Can't you just imagine a bunch of little girls all wearing Minnie Mouse ears having a little tea party with these snacks? Just the thought of it is giving me sugar shock.
Panna cotta is like super rich, fancy grown up pudding and it is ridiculously delicious and versatile. I could eat panna cotta with every meal and not complain. Though with that much cream I would no doubt come to regret it. And oh the rainbow of possibility!
I wish cupcakes stayed fresh longer so I could make a box like this last about two weeks and eat just a half a cupcake per day. As it is, I have to eat two at a time or they'll go stale. I think I'll start with the carrot and then lavender. Oh the choices!!!
The most uncomfortable throne ever, made into the least cake-like cake I've ever seen. In a way, it all comes together to be one of the coolest cakes I've seen in a while. And it makes me want to go home and read and drink tea because I'm only about 200 pages into "A Clash of Kings" and need some serious time with the Starks and Lannisters.
A marshmallow, toothpicks, edible ink, a little candy and a hollow plastic Easter egg. Perfect! I'd much rather see a sweet little edible chick in an egg as opposed to the half dollars of my youth. I imagine I'd be able to get these without the accompanying WWII stories as well. Love you Uncle Ray, but a seven year old doesn't need to know about the South Pacific Theater.