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Present a buccaneer’s bonanza. Fill a treasure chest built from candy plaques and Sheet Pan cakes with gold candy bars shaped in our Petite Loaf Pan, chocolate coins and strands of white pearl beading.
Perky pirates alight on a tropical isle. Create pirates by dressing globes from our 2 in. and 2 ½ in. Globe Tier Sets in fondant clothing. Set a seaside scene by embellishing blue fondant-covered cakes with graham-cracker sand and rock-candy sea glass.
Candy clay is a pliable, fondant-like icing you can use to make flowers instead of using royal icing. Our Hearts Treasure Cake, topped by a monogrammed candy plaque, is decorated with candy clay roses and mini flowers you make ahead of time.
He’ll treasure his birthday gifts and this Little Pirate Cake. Our one-eyed captain is preparing to board his ship with a pirate’s chest full of chocolate coin loot!
Pirate ships set sail across cupcakes baked in Pirate Combo Baking Cups. Create the fleet by molding melted candy in the sailboat cavity of our Transportation Candy Mold.
Once upon a time, a sailboat shaped in our Transportation Candy Mold sailed across a Mini Loaf Pan cake to a tropical isle where candy-leafed palms shade a caramel-candy chest filled with yellow-confetti doubloons. The end.
Guests will think they’ve struck it rich when they espy this rustic pirate trunk. Trim a 9 in. x 5 in. Loaf Pan Cake to 6 in. x 3 1/2 in.; attach trimmed pieces up top to create the trunk’s rounded shape.
Eye-patched, peg-legged and pug-nosed, this youthful pirate always connects with young guests. Colorful icings and store-bought candies turn a Little Pirate Pan cake into a fanciful, flavorful fellow.