Sometimes you really want fries, but you also really want something sweet, but you don't want a Wendy's frosty. WHAT TO DO?
When I was a kid, the closest I ever got to decorating my own cake was a cookie and a little tube of gel icing. I had plenty of fun with just that. Imagine how awesome it would have been if we had edible paper back then? I can't say I'm not a little jealous of kids these days.
I always thought that large Lego cakes looked so fussy with all the cupcake bumps that you have to frost separately and all that. This is an ingenious solution with round candies! Let's just hope Jackson is old enough to not smash all the bits together to try and build something.
Our fair submitter said she made these sweet treats for her daughter's "Night Owl" party. Amazing! I remember being in 6th grade and having slumber parties where we stayed up all night jacked up on sugar playing truth or dare and talking about boys until the sun came up. What happened to those days? I need to have a slumber party. Maybe this awesome mom will make me an owl cake too!
I don't know much about Hamtaro. I know he's a hamster and a character in an anime and now captured in cake form. I'd happily nibble on this guy while celebrating... what? What would Hamtaro be the perfect symbol of celebration for? Come on, anime nerds, I know you're out there and I need your help!
Via: Girlybubble http://blog.girlybubble.com/2010/11/28/cake-of-the-day-hamtaro-cake/?from=rss
It's almost time for one of my favorite holidays, St. Patrick's Day! I'm not concerned with my Irish heritage or collecting kisses or wearing green (though I do look very nice in green). No, I'm excited about my good friend Matt's corned beef. he cures a crapload of brisket and cooks it all day, then pairs it with his amazing home made sauerkraut and mashed potatoes and soda bread and Irish cheddar and dark beer and ohhhhhhh... I better get to the gym, I'm fixing to pack on a few pounds.