Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Jim Beam Cake


We made this Jim Beam cake with permission from the Jim Beam Co. and it's all edible.


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Sunday, September 16, 2012

Glowing under black light cupcakes: Glaze


Super Easy!!!!!!Glowing under black light cupcakes: Glaze


Stuff you will need:
10oz clear piping gel
4Tbs Tonic water with guinine
1tsp unflavored gelatin
1/4tsp clear vanilla
Neon colored edible glitter


Step 1: In a safe microwave safe bowl heat up the piping gel in microwave for 30 seconds take out and stir then heat again for 15 seconds. Should have a runny consistency.

Step 2: In a small separate bowl mix together the tonic water and gelatin and vanilla. Stir until smooth.

 Step 3: Now mix together the gelatin mixture and piping gel. This is what is looks like in the bowl under the black light:



Now all you have to do is coat your cupcakes with the mixture and sprinkle with edible glitter.


Coating your cupcakes:
There are a few ways you can do this. 

One: you can freeze your icing coated cupcakes. Once frozen dip them in the above mixture. I read about this method on another blog. Here is a picture of what your cupcake will look like using this method:




 
Two: You can use a crusting butter cream for your cupcakes and lightly brush on the above mixture coating the tops of your cupcakes.


Three: You can just drizzle the above mixture on cupcakes. This is the method I used because I didn't want to freeze my cupcakes. Here is what your cupcake will look like using this method:

There you go!


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