Cow Cake Tutorial using Marshmallow Fondant

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I made an adorable Cow Cake a while back and posted about it here on the blog. (just a couple pictures) So today I wanted to share a little ‘how-to’ make your own Cow Cake! Isn’t it just adorable… (This post contains affiliate links) I can’t take all the credit for this one, my sister helped me create it. She is the best! Here’s what you’ll need for this cow cake… Supplies: Cake mix of your choice, enough cake pans – 10, 8, {Read More}

Teacher Appreciation Cupcakes

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I can’t say enough about my kids teachers, they are the best! They are so kind and caring and great with my kids. I wanted to show my appreciation to them during Teacher Appreciation week a while ago so I made these fun and delicious cupcakes for them. This awesome idea came from my amazing friend Emily, she is an incredible baker and so creative. I even messaged her for some tips on making these! She is the best! Today I wanted to share with you a {Read More}

Valentine Exchange Ideas

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I got invited to a really fun “Girls only” Valentine Exchange Party this last week. It was so fun!! I have never been to one so I had no idea what to bring. Basically the idea is you invite some ladies over (I think we had about 19-20 gals at ours), and each one brings that many Valentines to the exchange (so I brought 20+ of the same Valentine). So today I wanted to share with you what I took – {Read More}

Father’s Day Shirt and Tie Cake (or Men’s Bithday Cake Idea)

Shirt and Tie Cake

Father’s Day is just around the corner. If you are trying to think of a fun treat to make I’ve got the perfect idea for you…a Shirt and Tie cake. It’s really simple to make too! You will need: Marshmallow Fondant (find recipe HERE) 9×13 cake (We just baked a yellow box cake flipped upside down on foil covered box) White frosting (I just buy some in the little tub at the store) Food Coloring (I used Blue for the tie) {Read More}

Easter Cupcakes

Here is a cute idea for Easter cupcakes. Would also be cute to make for a golf party using round white candies instead of Jelly Beans. These Easter Cupcakes were made by my sweet friend Emily! All the mini cupcakes! The kids loved them! She made these for our fun Easter Party, you can check it out HERE. Click HERE to see all the fun Linky Parties I’ve linked up to!

Birthday Cupcakes

My friend Tiffany was making some cupcakes for a girl’s Birthday party and I offered to help make some marshmallow fondant decor. We went with pastel colors and a flower design. She iced the cupcakes with a puffy swirl and we topped it off with sprinkles and the flower cut outs. So, so cute! Extra large cupcake on top for the Birthday Girl. (wrapped in a fondant baking cup) I know, they look delicious and are so fun to look {Read More}

Cow Cake made with Marshmallow Fondant

Here is the Cow Cake my sister and I made for our 8-Cow Enrichment night. It went so well. We had 8 stations that each had 5 minute lessons. One of the stations was Grazing where we had cow pies(no bake cookies) and this cute fondant cake! (Made with marshmellow fondant visit Fondant 101 website for the Fondant Recipe) *** Update: I’ve made a how to Tutorial for this cow cake with lots of pictures! You can see it HERE. Look at that {Read More}

Birthday Cake made with Marshmallow Fondant

Marshmellow Fondant Cake

I love making Cakes with Marshmallow Fondant! It is so fun and easy to use. Decorating a Birthday Cake for your kids birthday, a cute baby shower cake, wedding cake….you can have so much fun with marshmallow fondant. Here’s a great birthday cake idea for the little birthday girl in your life! So my sister was inspired by my baby shower cake that I made and decided to make a marshmellow fondant cake for her daugther’s 2nd birthday! It is {Read More}

Baby Shower Cake!

Yes another Baby shower. This time for 3 gals in our ward. This is the cake I made for the shower, visit the Fondant 101 site and learn how to make this marshmellow frosting that is fun to decorate with. Food Table… To view more please visit my blog!

Lego Cake

This was the cake my sister made for her 4 year old’s birthday. Turned out so cute. Takes some time though so prepare the night before…make the cakes and freeze them, they are easier to frost that way. The picture shows 2 cakes cut up, frosted with half, large marshmallows frosted on top. For more info visit bettycrocker To view more please visit my blog!