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A Single Rose Mini Cake

Everyone loves a personal touch at the table. They will just love this ?2-tiered? mini cake made using standard and mini muffins and topped with a beautiful Candy Clay rose.
Makes: Each cake serves 1.
Skill Level: None

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Step 1

Several days in advance, make Candy Clay rose. Start with the base and mold a cone that's approximately 1 1/2 in. high from a 3/4 in. diameter ball of modeling candy. Next, flatten a 3/8 in. ball of modeling candy into a circular petal that's about 1/4 in. thick on one side and about the diameter of a dime. Make several petals this size. Wrap first petal around the point of the cone to form a bud. Now press three more petals around the base of the bud. Gently pinch edges of petals. Make five more petals using slightly larger balls of modeling clay. Flatten, then thin edge with finger and cup petals. Continue adding petals, placing them in between and slightly lower than previous row. For a fuller flower, continue adding petals in this manner.

Step 2

To make leaves, thoroughly wash and dry rose or lemon leaves. Lighten dark green Candy Melts with a little white. Paint top of leaf using decorator brush. Set aside until firm.

Step 3

Bake standard and mini cupcakes with no baking cups.

Step 4

Place upside down on cooling grid positioned over sheet pan. Thin melted candy with solid vegetable shortening and pour over cakes. Gently tap grid to evenly distribute candy. Set cakes on waxed paper to dry. Stack cakes when completely dry. Use melted candy in cut parchment bag to pipe bead bottom borders. Use melted candy in cut parchment bag to pipe dots on side of cake.

Step 5

Use melted candy in cut parchment bag to pipe bead bottom borders. Use melted candy in cut parchment bag to pipe dots on side of cake.

Step 6

Attach rose and leaf to top of cake with melted candy.

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You can't go wrong with any of these delicious coatings. Each will give cupcakes, mini cakes and other baked goods a beautiful finish — choose the look you want for your event.

The elegant candy clay rose makes any cake more beautiful and tempting. Candy clay is easy to shape for making the intricate curls and folds of each petal.

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A Single Rose Mini Cake is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I think this would make a beautiful individual cake present.
Date published: 2011-05-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I made these cupcakes for my niece's first birthday. I used the mint cupcake recipe and covered these with the chocolate ganache. They were delicious! I liked that this recipe was easy and I could assemble the cakes with my 2 small children watching. They looked beautiful and tasted even better! Although I didn't make the flower, I melted candy into rose candy moulds to save time and I also would advise that if you use the chocolate ganache as a coating.. wait before putting the flower on top.. LOL it'll slide off otherwise! I put the ganache in a measuring cup which seemed to work really well, but I used a spoon to help coat the entire surface of the cakes.
Date published: 2010-11-29
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