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Pecking Order Mini Cake

What a ?tweet? treat for your Easter or spring celebrations! These chick mini cakes will fly off the plate, and will have guests chirping for more.
Makes: Each mini cake serves 1.
Skill Level: None

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Step 1

Bake and cool mini cakes in silicone mold supported by cookie sheet.

Step 2

Prepare for rolled fondant, icing smooth in buttercream and covering egg design.

Step 3

For 2 treats, tint fondant as follows: 2 oz. blue, 2 oz. pink, 1/2 oz. orange, 1/4 oz. black. Roll out pink and blue 1/8 in. thick.

Step 4

Cover mini cakes; smooth and trim away excess.

Step 5

For each wing and tail, begin with a 3/4 in. ball of fondant. Shape into flattened teardrop; use small end of veining tool to score feathers. Attach using damp brush.

Step 6

For beak, use fingers to shape an orange cone, 3/8 in. tall; attach. Roll cut black fondant 1/8 in. thick. Cut eyes using narrow end of tip 7; attach.

Step 7

For 2 feet, begin with a 1/2 in. ball of fondant. Cut ball in half and shape each portion into a flattened oval. Use veining tool to indent toes. Cut 1 in. lengths of licorice. Push on feet and insert other end into cake.

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Pecking Order Mini Cake is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These cute mini cakes ended up being awesome for my friends baby shower. Each one was pink. The recipe is easy to follow and straight forward when it comes to how it needs to be decorated. I went a little lighter when it came to tinting the fondant pink. Make sure to really work the fondant before tinting, made it easier for me.
Date published: 2011-05-15
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