I have had a lot of people ask me how my cupcakes come out all alike. Simple, portioning.
Scoop, my favorite item from Pampered Chef, Great for Cookies, Cupcakes etc
I utilize ice cream scoops, Scoopers like above to provide even portions in each cupcake, mini cupcake, cookie, that I do. Unfortunately, the above scooper, my favorite one, broke. Pampered Chef sells this one, as well as 2 larger sizes. This one above is great for the mini cupcakes, mini cheesecake, mini cookies. Apparently, I am too rough with my kitchen stuff.
But if you are wondering if these work, yes they do!
If you are interested in a product like this my very good friend Stephani is a representative for Pampered Chef:
So I started on the under the sea flowers for the Spongebob Birthday cake today. A lot of Tedious work. 15 of each color,. My daughter on the other hand thought they were “pretty” and that they were “hers”. Now if only I could keep her from touching them. I also started the leaves for the top of the pineapple portion. Although I’m not sure if they will be sturdy, hence me making them now to allow them to dry hard, and easily stand up (I hope…) I am preparing for the worst. Considering I’m stacking about 6 little cakes on top of each other for the pineapple and two of those don’t look that great after carving them. My backup plan is to get a dowel or two in order to keep the pineapple from falling. Everyone keeps asking how or necessarily why I do so much work for a cake? Well, I truly enjoy the results that I get once it is done. It’s a special moment knowing that I made that cake for my daughter. My father used to make my cakes when I was little, so carrying on a tradition is a BIG deal.
If you have any suggestions for me, speak now or forever hold your peace. 🙂
My cakes are in the freezer, Need to get a large cake board (or make one myself), a small bottle of vodka— (no not what you were thinking it was for…) for painting on the cake….Still need to give Spongebob Legs, and Arms…His face will be one of the last things I do….