|Sugar Flowers for Cake Decorating|
|by Alan Dunn|
The ability to create delicate, realistic sugarcraft flowers is one of the things that set top cake decorators apart from lesser bakers.
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Process ingredients in a blender until smooth. Pour into popsicle mold or cups and cover top (if using cups, tops can be covered with plastic wrap or ...
Cooks Note: Extra-fine sugar can be found ... either sherbet or popsicles. Transfer mixture ... combination of grated coconut and coconut milk for our popsicles!
This recipe uses ... popsicle molds and freeze until solid. Note: If the sugar is not added, the fudgsicles will have large ice crystals and won't be smooth.
Combine ingredients and freeze in trays with sticks. Makes 1 ice cube tray.
Dissolve Jello in boiling water and add cold water and drink mix. Stir until dissolved. Freeze in popsicle molds or ice trays. Fund for kids!
Blend the banana, sweetener, and milk in a blender until smooth. Pour into Popsicle molds or plastic cups until 1/3 full. Place in the freezer. Rinse ...
Mix and pour into molds. Freeze. For sugar-free Popsicles just use sugar-free ... omit sugar. For creamier fudgeicles just add more cream and less milk.
Dissolve Jello and sugar in boiling water ... molds and freeze. Tupperware molds work well or paper cups and add popsicle sticks after it set partially.
Cut dough into 1/2 inch slices. Have children roll into balls. Stick popsicle stick in dough. Bake as directed on package. Frost when cooled. ...
NOTE: Substitute 1 ... the cream and sugar substitutes; blend. Pour ... slit in another cup and place on top of the popsicle; insert the stick and freeze.
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