Green Eggs & Ham Cupcakes! My grandson wanted a Dr. Seuss birthday party...so I got busy in the kitchen :o)
Just make your favorite cupcakes. I went the easy route with Pillsbury cake mix.
This is my first time working with fondant. I couldn't believe how easy it was. I used a package of white and a package of bright colors.
I pinched off what I needed, then covered the rest so it wouldn't dry out. Sooo much fun!
Sprinkle cornstarch on your rolling/cutting surface. I love the Wilton fondant roller.
Here we go....
Ice your cupcake...
Then with a cookie cutter sized to match the top of the cupcake, cut out a fondant circle. Place the fondant circle in your palm, turn the cupcake over and gently press.
Now just smooth the fondant with your palm. I then used a slightly damp paper towel to dust off the cornstarch.
Yay! We did it!
For the egg I rolled an uneven ball of white fondant smooth. Then I rolled a smaller uneven ball smooth right on top of the "egg". Use your round cookie cutter making sure the "yolk" is in the center when you cut it.
Having a GREAT time in Sugartown Sweets kitchen!