He?s porky and perky with curled-up ears and tail made of fondant. Follow our online instructions to color the hard-cooked egg pink, add the fondant and FoodWriter® Edible Color Marker details, then finish with fun candy eyeballs.
For base, tint portions of white candy using green candy color. Using melted candy in cut disposable bag, pipe a candy shell, 1/8 in. thick and 1/2 in. high, in silicone cup. Chill until firm and unmold.
Color eggs pink. Let set.
Add 1/8 teaspoon Gum-Tex to 1 1/2 oz. fondant per egg. Tint pink.
For feet, shape four 1/2 in. pink fondant balls. Shape into ovals and flatten bottoms; attach to egg with melted candy tinted pink in cut disposable bag.
Roll out pink fondant 1/8 in. thick. Use smallest leaf Cut-Out to cut two ears. Use knife to cut off 1/4 in. from bottoms; shape curl at end. Attach to egg with melted candy tinted pink in cut disposable bag.
Use wide end of tip 2A to cut a circle for snout. Draw nostrils using pink FoodWriter. Attach to egg with melted candy tinted pink in cut disposable bag.
For tail, roll a 1/8 in. diameter pink log. Use knife to cut a 1 in. long piece; shape a spiral tail. Attach to egg with melted candy tinted pink in cut disposable bag.
Attach candy eyeballs with melted candy tinted pink in cut disposable bag.
Spring is definitely in the air with these cute bees embellished with rolled fondant details. Use Oval Cut-Outs Fondant Cutters and eyeball icing decorations to make this character almost come to life.
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.