If you love baking amazing treats and even if you don't, but can appreciate them, you NEED to know Liz at Hoosier Homemade.
She whips up some of the coolest food I've ever seen. True fun food that are some serious conversation starters over at our Blog Frog community Memories in Motion.
I thought I'd share some of her April Fools Day cupcakes.
Nuggets and Fries!
Corn on the cob and hamburgers!
Here are one of my faves.. snowcone cupcakes
Aren't those fun????
And look at THESE.. just in time for the Final Four! She even has a video showing how to make them. Add Hoosier Homemade to your reader, even if it's just to admire her works of edible art!
Would make a great gift, even!
Find out how to whip up some over on one of my fave blogs, Giver's Log.
Easter is coming! Ever want to dye cocounut to create your own colorful palette for Easter grass? Maybe to top a cupcake or cover a cake?
Create any color you want!
Musings of a Glamour Puss shows us the simple tutorial.
If you have a 1M pastry tip and bag, you can create THIS! Isn't it beautiful? And wouldn't it be beautiful for Easter in a pastel? Or in white for a bridal shower?
I Am Baker gives a photo tutorial of just how it's done. Definitely one of those amazingly simple things that doesn't have to be perfect to be gorgeous!
Step by step instructions on how to pull off these EASY tarts can be found at The Art of Doing Stuff.
A love filled surprise inside an unsuspecting cupcake!
Room mothers - this would make a great classroom treat!
Learn the how to, complete with printable recipe, at Alison's Wonder Scraporium!
Have you ever seen amazing cakes like these, wanted to make them for your children, but had no idea or the creativity to pull it off?
Parenting magazine has a great gallery on their site that shows you amazing cakes and then points out all the details, the recipe and how to cut the cakes to make the pieces. See how they point out what to use to make the details?
Great inspiration for your next birthday party!