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A Wee Bit O'Luck


With a Wee Bit O?Luck, you?ll get a piece of this cake on St. Patrick?s Day. This friendly leprechaun is ready to share his pot of chocolate gold coins.
Makes: Cake serves 12.
Skill Level: None

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Step 1

Cut hat from cake board, cover with foil and set aside. Ice cake smooth.

Step 2

Lightly trace Leprechaun Pattern with toothpick. Outline body, facial features and pot of gold with tip 4 strings.

Step 3

Cover body, face, hands, and pot with tip 16 stars.

Step 4

Overpipe pot with tip 16 stars. Pipe tip 13 pull-out star beard.

Step 5

Position hat, outline with tip 4; cover with tip 16 stars.

Step 6

Pipe tip 3 dot eyes, tip 3 string mouth.

Step 7

Add tip 2 dots on vest and cuff.

Step 8

Add tip 18 rosette border.

Step 9

Position Shamrock Icing Decorations and candy in pot.

Note: To achieve hair and boot color, combine orange, red-red and a small amount of brown colors.

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A Wee Bit O'Luck is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have made this leprechaun for so many years! I love how I can use the cake pan for more than just the bear and block. I also keep a template of the hat pattern in the yearbook so I don't have to search for it when I make it. St. Patrick's Day is just better with a leprechaun! I thought it was going to be difficult to make this one because I have always relied heavily on the contours of the pan to know where to make the outlines. It was much easier than I thought and I make this every year.
Date published: 2011-05-12
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