What is cuter than a cupid? Two cupids and a sensational heart-shaped filled cake! The cupids are made of cookies, and the Heart Tasty Fill Pan Set makes creating this special valentine treat so easy. It?s a very special Valentine?s day dessert.
Attach crayons to hands, and attach heart "wings" and easels to backs of cupids using melted candy. Let set and arrange with cake.
Several days ahead add 1/2 teaspoon Gum Tex to 6 oz. rolled fondant. Tint 1 oz, of each color fondant Rose, Christmas Red, and Red-Red; reserve white. Shape crayons into log 1 1/16 in. long x 1/4 in. thick. Let dry on waxed paper- covered board. Lighten fondant for wrapper 3/4 in. x 3 1/4 in. long, attach with damp brush. Draw lines with Food Writer marker. Roll out 1 oz. white fondant 1/16 in. thick and cut out 1 heart for each cupid, set aside and let dry.
Prepare Roll-Out Cookie Recipe and tint copper for flesh tone. Roll out dough and cut out 2 cupids using 4 in. gingerbread boy cutter. Cut 4 rectangular easels measuring 2 1/2 x 3/4 in. Bake and cool.
Divide and tint Royal Icing Copper, Black, Lemon Yellow and Golden Yellow combination. Using tip 3 decorate cupids: pipe yellow e-motion hair, copper dot noses and cheeks, and black dot eyes and string mouths. Let set. Rollout white fondant and cut out 1 diaper for each cupid using pattern. Wrap around cupid cookies, attaching with white royal icing.
Bake your favorite cake recipe according to pan directions in Heart Tasty-Fill pan. Prepare Buttercream Icing and tint Rose, dark Rose, and Christmas Red and Red-Red combination. Ice cake smooth in rose buttercream. Using tip 3 and red icing, pipe e-motion on cake top. Using tips 1, 2, 3, 5, and 8 and red and dark rose icings, randomly pipe words on cake sides. Pipe tip 5 bead bottom border in rose icing.
Rated 5 out of
Wow - this cake also a winner, both visually and sensory! It makes a great piece of eye candy! I am challenged still with writing on the sides of cakes but have purchased the stencil unit and am sure that will change my world. I am in NZ and cannot get your whipped filling here so have been experimenting with mousse (a little extra gelatine required) I have since made this cake many times, the latest time covering it in chocolate ganache and chocolate curls to create a death by chocolate! Highly recommend this mould as an essential item. Between this and red lipstick, you'll have no trouble with your self-esteem!
Date published: 2011-05-15
Rated 3 out of
This cake look simple, but beware of box cake mixes which are typically light and moist...they can fall apart when trying to fill and layer this cake. Cutting into the cake to reveal the heart does not look as good as the picture. Either way, it still tastes good!
Date published: 2011-05-12
Rated 4 out of
I like this recipe but... its a bit difficult. My cake didn't look like that cupid cake :)