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Pretty Pink Bras

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No training or padding necessary for these baked bras. Vanilla or chocolate cupcakes with non pareil candies for lace make this dessert a cupful of fun. | Buy on Amazon

  • Hands-On Time:2 Hours
  • Total Time: 2 Hours 30 Minutes
  • Servings: 6 Servings
  • Difficulty: Worth the Effort
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  1. Tint the vanilla frosting light pink, tan with the red and some of the chocolate frosting. Spread a mound of the desired color frosting on top of the cupcakes and make smooth. Repeat with the remaining cupcakes.
  2. Decorate with the desired brassiere top.
  3. Microwave the fruit chews for no more than 3 seconds to soften. Press 2 fruit chews together and roll out chews on a clean work surface to a ⅛" thickness. Cut 12 of the flattened candies into a scalloped 2"x3" semi-circle. Cut the remaining fruit chews into twelve 3"x¼" strips.
  4. Spoon the vanilla frosting into a freezer bag. Press out the excess air and seal the bag.
  5. Place 2 cupcakes together on a serving platter. Arrange a strap on the outside edge of each cupcake. Place a fruit chew semi circle on the lower half of each cupcake, scalloped edge up. Snip a very small (1/16") corner in the bag with the frosting. Pipe swirled lines and dots on top of the fruit chews. Add the sprinkles to the dots. Repeat with the remaining cupcakes.

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I always use milk instead of water... it makes a very moist cake! I also use applesauce instead of the oil if i am trying to make it healthier for the kids :) If you are making a cake/cupcakes for a party... make it in advance! Pop them in the freezer before icing them. Pull them out the day of the party and apply the icing. I actually prefer them this way, it almost makes them more delicious and saves you a ton of time!

dirty ice

dirty ice

when icing a cake be sure to do a dirty icing. What's a dirty icing? A dirty icing is a pre-layer of icing, to keep all of the cake crumbles in place. This is necessary because if you don't do a pre-layer, cake crumbles will be visible on the top layer of icing, making your cake look less appealing.

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