Comical Cat Easter Egg
Who can resist this smiling little feline? Kids will just love making this kitty with Wilton White Ready-To-Use Rolled Fondant and our Fine Tip Primary Colors FoodWriter® Edible Color Markers to make facial features.
- hard-cooked egg
- Easy-Add Rose Icing Color Add to shopping list Rose Icing Color
- White Ready-To-Use Rolled Fondant (1 oz. makes 1 egg)Easy-Add White Ready-To-Use Rolled Fondant Add to shopping list White Ready-To-Use Rolled Fondant
- Easy-Add Leaf Green Icing Color Add to shopping list Leaf Green Icing Color
- Easy-Add Piping Gel Add to shopping list Piping Gel
- Easy-Add Black Icing Color Add to shopping list Black Icing Color
- Easy-Add FoodWriter™ Fine Tip Primary Colors Edible Color Markers Add to shopping list FoodWriter™ Fine Tip Primary Colors Edible Color Markers
Each egg serves one
Step 1Color egg rose; Let set.
Step 2Tint 1 oz. of fondant green, 1/8 oz. each rose and black.
Step 3Roll out green fondant 1/4 in. in. thick. Cut out strip, 4 in. long x 3/8 in. wide. Wrap around base of egg for collar; attach with piping gel.
Step 4For bow tie, roll out green fondant 1/16 in. thick, cut two strips, 1 1/2 in. long x 3/8 in. wide. Pinch ends together and join at center; attach with piping gel. For center loop of bow tie, roll out fondant 1/16 in. thick, 1 in. long x 1/4 in. wide. Wrap loop around bow and attach to collar with piping gel.
Step 5Roll out rose fondant 1/8 in. and cut two triangles, 3/4 in. on all sides; attach to egg with piping gel.
Step 6Use 1/4 in. black fondant ball for nose; shape and attach with piping gel. For each eyebrow, roll logs about 1/8 in. diameter and 1/2 in. long; attach with piping gel.
Step 7Use black FoodWriter marker to draw mouth, whiskers and dots. Use white fondant to add highlights on nose and ears and attach with piping gel.
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