Winning Every Inning! Cupcake Zoom

Winning Every Inning! Cupcake

Score a homerun with this double-header delight. Top Standard Muffin Pan cupcakes with fondant ball caps, pipe icing stitches Mini Muffin Pan cupcakes, and listen to the crowd roar.
Makes: Each cupcake serves 1.
Skill Level: Easy

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Step 1

In advance: Make cap brims. Roll out red fondant 1/8 in. thick. Cut circle using cutter; cut a crescent shaped brim from circle, 1/4 in. wide in center. Let dry on waxed paper-covered board sprinkled with cornstarch.

Step 2

Ice mini cupcakes smooth. Pipe tip 2 outline stitches.

Step 3

Cut a slit in the crown of standard cupcakes, 1 in. deep, at edge of baking cup; insert brim, extending 3/4 in. from edge. Build up icing for cap; smooth.

Step 4

Mark edge of cap in 8 equal sections. Pipe tip 2 section lines from division marks to top of cap.

Step 5

Pipe tip 6 ball button (flatten and smooth with finger dippped in cornstarch).

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Expected ship date: 06/04/16


Non-Stick Standard Muffin Pan

Mini Muffin Pan

White Mini Baking Cups

Cake Board


Waxed paper


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Winning Every Inning! Cupcake is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I make these every summer when my boys play baseball. We bring them as a treat to one game a season! I make them whatever color the boys hats are that season. I also use white candy melts to trace out the team logo and put that on the front too! They are so much fun and the kids just flip! The other team usually is pretty jealous too, they always come and peek to see what I have! For the brim I do a square, just barely elongated, with a rounded edge and insert it into the cupcake almost half way, right under the dome part. I usually cut a slit with a knife and then insert it, curved side out. Also, wait until you know the fondant brim is completely dry. If it's not it will wilt on you when you put them in a container. I will continue making these every year! Huge Hit!
Date published: 2010-11-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I made this baseball cap cake for my dad's birthday. I star piped it and put his team's logo on it. (He loved the Baltimore Orioles)
Date published: 2011-05-15
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