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Wilton Unbleached Mini Baking Cups, 100 Count
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- Pack of 100 mini baking cups, 1.25-inch diameter
- Unbleached fluted kraft paper cups-natural color with no artificial dye
- Neutral colors provide a great basic, perfect for any occasion
- Quick and easy way to present your mini cupcakes and mini muffins
- Also great for holding candies, nuts and other party snacks
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Unbleached baking cups are naturally colored and contain no artificial dyes. Neutral color provides a great basic, perfect for any occasion. Use these fluted Kraft paper baking cups for lining cavities of mini muffin pans, making mini cupcakes, presenting party snacks and more Mini size, 1-1/4-Inch diameter. Pack of 100.
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The cakes were placed in layers on Wilton 19-by-13-Inch Cake Board, 6-Pack I used two boards to provide support knowing that the cake would be heavy. I used a variety of butter cream frosting recipes from allrecipies.com, and within each recipe used Wilton Clear Imitation Vanilla 8 Oz Bottle to avoid adding color to the frostings. To add color to the frostings I used the pink, green and blue colors from Ateco 1112 12-Color Food Coloring Kit. I agree with other reviewers on the coloring that the squeeze/ drop bottles are much easier and cleaner to use than other "tub like" colorings.
Once the cake was assembled, filled and dirty- iced with butter cream, the decorations began. The theme of the cake is "Tinker Bell" and the six pack figurines from Disney Fairies Secret of the Wings Exclusive Figurine Playset PVC 6-Pack [Tinker Bell, Periwinkle, Iridessa, Rosetta, Silvermist & Vidia] were a perfect size for this cake and theme. There were a few imperfections on the figures, but I managed to work with them. For example Tinker Bell had a long silver finger (clearly left from the mold used) which I stuck an edible butterfly on. I left the figures tied to their stands and placed the stands in the cake (last thing before presentation).
For decorating the cake I began by frosting the (rice crispy treat hill) with green tinted vanilla buttercream, and placed that on the top corner of the cake. I then traced a path (using a butter knife) in a slight curve along the cake and filled the path with regular sized m&ms using yellow and brown. There was not enough yellow m&ms in three packs to complete the path so I had to improvise at the end and use all brown (sigh!). I then sprinkled green decorating sugar over the path and gently wiped the sugar off of the m&ms and into the path spaces to fill the white with green. This also gave it a nice shiny/ sparkle look. The water by Silvermist (fairy with long dark hair and blue dress) was made by swirling some blue icing (store bought in tube) into the white butter cream on her corner. All of the "Rocks" you see throughout the cake are Candy Rocks - Pebbles 1lb Bag. I agree with other reviewers that these rocks were too big and I had to cut them in half not only to be the right size, but also so they fit snuggly to the cake. I choose these candy rocks because of the variety of colors. I needed the blue tinted ones for the water and winter fairy sections, and the other more earthy colors for the hill, the garden and the "fast flying" fairies. It was strange that these are not chocolate rocks; I knew this though when I purchased them, but having a "black licorice flavor bean" in the same mouthful as a vanilla chocolate strawberry cake is somewhat strange.
The grass seen in the cake was made through two different methods. One, for frosting grass, I used Multi-Opening Tip #233 sold by Larks cake and candy, with a piping bag and a coupler I had on hand. I had also purchased another size tube (SS EXTRA LARGE TUBE#234) from larks but this proved too big for the coupler I had. The more tube like grass on the cake is created though the use of Twizzlers Pull and Peel Green Apple Candy (12 oz Bags) 2 Pack. I cut these to the desired size and pulled apart slightly to make the tall grass feel. This amt of twizzlers is WAY TOO MUCH for cake decorating and in total I probably used maybe 1/3 of the bag. I now have a whole bag and more leftover which I may or may not use...
All of the edible paper items on the cake were purchased through Amazon and sold by sugar robot. These came in very nice packaging, were already cut to size (a huge time saver on a cake endeavor like this) and were colored beautifully. I will say that the image in the photo of the ivy leaves on line is MUCH MORE BLUE than they actually were. The ivy is a true evergreen (see photo), and not blue. I was hoping for more blue. This cake used: Edible Ivy Leaves - Set of 24 - Cake and Cupcake Toppers, Decoration, Edible Pansies - Pink, Purple, and Blue Set of 12 - Cake and Cupcake Toppers, Decoration, and Edible Butterflies © - Small Assorted Pink and Purple Set of 24 - Cake and Cupcake Toppers, Decoration. I did have leftover Pansies (they were quite large for what I needed them fore and in hindsight would have gone with much smaller flowers (maybe by half). The butterflies were just the right size and beautifully colored. As for the taste of these items... not much to them, but I believe that the novelty is that you CAN eat them... not that you eat them for the taste.
Also featured in this cake are Edible Ladybugs Sugar Decorations (12 pc), and Winter Christmas Snowflake Sugar Decorations Cookie Cupcake Cake 12 Count, both sold by Larks. These were slightly larger in size than I may have wanted but had great flavor and coloration. I had leftover snowflakes, which is more based on my design than the item, but we did use all the ladybugs. Another decorative feature on the cake is the sugar Bees, 2 of Bees Cakes Decorations #45148 - Bumble Bee Shaped Edible Hard Sugar Decorations, 16 pcs. I purchased two sets, and one would clearly have been enough. The flavor size and coloration were all GREAT on these decorative items.
Two final items to consider in this review were the cupcake cups Wilton Color Wheel Mini Baking Cups, 100 Count (under the pansies at the top of the cake) worked well and I would use them again (I will have to since there were 100 of them in the package and I used 12 of them. As well as edible glitter Dress My Cupcake DMC28011 Glitter Sprinkles for Cake/Cookies/Desserts, 0.25-Ounce, Rainbow, used to create the rainbows surrounding the light fairy. A few additional items were used in this cake and not purchased through Amazon... Oreos for dirt under the pansy flowers, gummy worms in the garden, the "2" candle, and of course parchment paper and food safe cardboard for making stencils for the rainbow shapes.
Lastly we packaged leftovers in bright colored to go containers, Lot of 12 Assorted Bright Color Cardboard Treat Boxes Party Favors, after placing wax paper along the bottom of each box. These boxes were just the right size for a to go chunk of cake, but the weight of the cake pulled on the bottoms of the boxes a little. The colors were great with the theme though, and you can't beat having people take cake away in these cute containers!
As a review on all the products used in this cake and mentioned in this review, we are Amazon Prime members and all items shipped timely and safely. None of the decorations were broken or damaged, all items met or exceeded expectations, and the result was a very impressive cake!!!
Since these didn't work in my cupcake maker, I've ended up using them to make various chocolate balls and truffles. They make grabbing a quick snack easy!