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Kids won’t need to chase ice cream trucks ever again, if—as long as you keep the fridge stocked with candy-covered Mini Loaf Pan cakes stuffed with buttercream icing. A triple-play treat!
Fool their eyes; tickle their fancies. Convert cupcakes baked in a 6-Cup King-Size Muffin Pan into sundaes with piled-high icing, Jumbo Rainbow Nonpareil Sprinkles, and cherry candies.
Create a dessert sure to delight. Impress one and all with a watermelon-slice cake sporting chocolate-chip seeds and a fondant rind detailed with Food Writers Edible Markers.
Everything tastes better on the grill, and your BBQ guests will think this candy centerpiece is very well done! Use the Sports Ball pan to mold the candy shell grill and shape the food using our candy clay recipe.
It’s everyone’s favorite take out food transformed into a delicious dessert. Bake a cookie in our Giant Round Cookie Pan and decorate with strawberry filling “sauce”, chocolate chip “sausage”, coconut “cheese” and green glazed cherry “peppers”.
What a great way to extend the barbeque all the way through dessert. Cover Mini Ball Pan “grill” with melted candy and make hot dogs and hamburgers with candy clay. Legs are made from foil-covered cookie treat sticks and wheels from black candy clay.
Surprise guests with a fool-the-eye dessert. Pipe spaghetti-like strings on a Wonder Mold Pan cake, ladle strawberry filling sauce, and top with meatballs formed from chocolate chips and Ready-to-Use Rolled Chocolate Fondant. Mangia!
Make guests smile with a colorful cake depicting a barbecue-day buffet. Build the table, foods, and visiting ants around a Sheet Pan cake, using white and multi-color packs of Ready-to-Use Rolled Fondant.
When is a cheeseburger not a cheeseburger? When it’s a 3-layer cake! And the french fries? Sugar cookies dipped in melted red candy! Dinner never got better!
You don’t need to love Mexican food to love these tacos. Any sweet lover will appreciate these fun treats … a delicious combination of chocolate cupcake and candy, all hand-held!
This will wake ‘em up at any celebration! This colossal hazelnut coffee flavored cake features a sunny fondant-covered mug filled to the brim with a dark, glistening brew.
What will they eat first? The crunchy cone? The candy-covered crisped rice cereal treat “ice cream scoop” topped with Jumbo Rainbow Nonpareils Sprinkles? Or, the candies hidden inside?
Tempt their taste buds with crispy-rice cones capped with candy. Use an Ice Cream Cone Cutter to imprint cone shapes in crisped rice cereal treats; cut out the shapes using a paring knife.
Toast to your love with a cookie cocktail! For a sweet finishing touch, the end of the stirrer is a molded candy heart.
Present an ice cream lover with an ice-cream novelty cake. A bite-size wedge cut from the candy-coated Sheet Pan cake makes it appear as if birthday girl Nancy has already noshed.
It’s a Slice mini cakes are individual treats covered with melted candy you’ve colored to resemble a watermelon. And these seeds will never be a problem: they’re mini chocolate chips!
It’s the best of both worlds! A cookie covered with candy. Use our Bell Cookie Cutter to make the sundae cup from cookie dough recipe and cover with melted candy. Make candy base with the Peanut Butter Cups Candy Mold and attach inverted decorated cookie with melted candy. Add 1/2 cherry ball on top.
Use faux popcorn boxes as edible props when hosting an Oscar party or a family film festival. Piped icing details and freshly popped popcorn turn Mini Loaf Pan cakes into America’s favorite movie-theater treats.