Using patterns and Roll Out Cookie Dough, cut out a pair of front and back legs. Reverse patterns and cut out a pair of front and back legs for opposite side. Bake and cool. Attach lollipop sticks to backs of cookies with melted candy, leaving 2 in. extended. Let set.
Bake Sports Ball cake using firm-textured batter such as pound cake. Cool. Position 2 marshmallows on sides for eyes, attach to cake, securing with icing. Cover with icing, overpipe and smooth with spatula. Using tip 4, pipe whites of eyes, pupils and inside mouth. Smooth with finger dipped in cornstarch. Using tip 6, outline lips. Cover frog with tip 18 stars. Position and insert legs and cover with tip 18 stars.
Make hat using ice cream cone. Ice smooth and position on cake top. Using tip 5, pipe pullout dot fringe and add number. Shape taffy into tongue shape and attach to lollipop stick. Insert into cake.
*Combine Lemon Yellow and Golden Yellow for yellow shade shown.
Going Goldilocks one better, this party has 4 Mini Stand-Up Bear cakes as guests. The dining table is a 6 in. round cake with a rolled fondant ?tablecloth? draped over the top. Increase the size of the round table and you can seat more bears!
Inviting All Amphibians is rated
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Rated 4 out of
Fun cake to make but it was time consuming. Had to bake cookies for legs night before I decorated the cake. Then I made 2 pound cakes since it was recommended to use a dense cake. Be aware inserting the legs in to the frog. The cake crust might make it difficult to insert popsicle sticks (attached to legs) in to frog body. A suggestion is to use a knife to make slits in cake to insert legs popsicle sticks. If you push too hard you could break the legs... So make some extra leg cookies! Don't be afraid to make this cake, it was a big hit. Just give yourself extra time to decorate it. Also refrig cookie dough makes it easier to work with. Way too soft not refriging it.
Date published: 2011-10-25
Rated 3 out of
This cake turned out great! The unfortunate thing was that even with a sucker stick holding the marshmallows in place an eye fell off in the middle of the night. I was so bummed! My son loved the cake, since it was a frog, but my family thought it was best to buy a sheet cake for his party after that happened. I was crushed after spending all that time on it. Of course I am a novice at cake decorating, and this was my first real attempt at something other than covering a shaped pan.
Date published: 2011-05-12
Rated 5 out of
I made a pair of these for my twins 3rd birthday. Since on of them was into frogs. This cake is too adorable.
Date published: 2011-05-12
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