A voluminous ring of piped buttercream flowers in varying shades with pops of contrasting color personifies this stop-and-stare look of the year. The variety of flowers within the arrangement adds additional interest. Don’t be intimidated. Each flower is piped separately, then frozen and added to the cake top later.
Archive for the ‘General Dessert’ Category
Color contrasts and unexpected toppings combine to make this swirled candy bark modern and new. Two flavors of Candy Melts candy are loaded with salty pretzels, crushed ice cream cones, colorful sprinkles and freeze dried fruit for a treat that can’t be beat.
One of the best parts about watching the big game is enjoying all of the food! Whether you cheer for salty and sweet treats or root for one that’s just plain sweet, we’ve got some fun and easy ideas that are sure to score a touchdown with your tastebuds.
Mmmm. Smell that? It’s a fresh new year! What is it about the start of each January that is so exhilarating? There’s often talk about New Year’s resolutions being pointless, but the feeling of having a blank canvas ahead of me always makes me feel inspired, optimistic and motivated. I suspect many of you feel the same way. Here are some ideas that tie in to two of the most common New Year’s resolutions: trying something new and being more health conscious.
I love dipping treats and decorating with Candy Melts™ Candy because they are so versatile. They come in a wide variety of colors and flavors and you can do so much with them – mold candy, pipe with melted Candy Melts, make ganache, make candy clay – the list goes on and on! Check out this list of 10 different ways you can use Candy Melts.