In advance: Make roses. Tint royal icing rose. Using Flower Nail covered with small waxed paper square, make 30 Tip 124 roses with Tip 12 bases. Make extras to allow for breakage. Let dry at least 24 hours.
Bake and cool two 1-layer cakes; freeze for easier cutting. Cut using the 2 1/2 in. round cutter from set. Place cake circles on cooling grid placed over cake pan or cookie sheet.
Melt Candy Melts following package instructions. Pour over cakes to cover; let set.
Tint small amount of buttercream icing green. Attach roses to cake tops using a dot of icing. Pipe tip 352 leaves. Position cakes on cake stand.
Petaled Petit Fours Mini Cakes is rated
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Rated 4 out of
I was a little slow at this, I should have prepared my royal icing in advance and made all my flowers in advance. So the time delay was my fault in waiting on flowers to dry before handling them. But the petit fours turnout very pretty and delicate looking with great taste. I think I like working with royal better than fandont.
Date published: 2011-05-12
Rated 5 out of
They take a little more time then the average cake(s) but the end result is beyond worth it! These are alwasy a hit b/c they are so easy to personalize for whatever celebration is going on! Best of all they are freakin' adorable!
Date published: 2010-12-04
Rated 5 out of
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I just love how a petit fours cake looks there so simple and easy to do!!! :)