Friday, November 11, 2011

Dr. Seuss Cupcakes!

Green Eggs & Ham Cupcakes! My grandson wanted a Dr. Seuss birthday 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. 

These turned out cute...and even better, they were so easy!

Having a GREAT time in Sugartown Sweets kitchen!


  1. Yay!! These are my fave so far! Keep it up! Woo hoo!

  2. This was the first time I had tried green eggs and ham... Hopefully not the last. Lol (Stephie)