During one of my many blog stalking journeys I came across this site Taste for Adventure with a recipe for Panda Bread. It looked way too cute to not try so I did and it turned out great! This was my 3 attempt at making homemade bread in my life (the other 2 were during High School). I have a bread machine so that is all I use. This is what my bread turned out like:
My kids loved it! I plan on using this technique to make shaped sugar cookies- we'll see how it turns out. Bon appetit!
Monday, June 6, 2011
So I saw this cute idea to make lego head cake pops- with an alteration using marshmallows. I would link to the site, but I can't remember where it was. They also had a bunch of lego decoration printables that of course I saw and said "I can do that". So here is the marshmallow lego head pops:
And there you have Lego head marshmallow pops. I don't like marshmallows, but I was very tempted to try these!
|First you glue 1/2 a mini marshmallow to a big marshmallow with frosting. Make sure the frosting is dry or the top will fall off when you dip it in the chocolate.|
|Melt some chocolate.|
|Put the marshmallow on a stick and dip it in the chocolate. Then let it dry.|
|Using edible markers draw a face. Make sure the marker is dry before wrapping.|