23 October 2011

Elmo Dessert Table

Elmo's Dessert Table For Hannah
The Castle Cake

baking papa helped to create the cake pops

Elmo's Cupcakes For Hannah

Vanilla Flavoured Cookies

Chocolate Dipped Marshmallows


Jaffa Chocolate in the Jar

Hi Everyone
 
My goddaughter had an Elmo theme party for her 2nd birthday. Her mum, Vicky had involved me to create an unforgettable celebration for her.
 
Here they were the cake and the desserts I created for her:

Castle Cake: I always wish to create a castle cake for my baby girls (i.e. my niece, and goddaughter). I love the idea of pink and blue colours for the castle itself. In order to match the theme of this party, I created the Elmo figurine to sit on the cake board. The flavours of the cakes were the “Caramel Chocolate Mudcake” with “Caramel Chocolate Ganache” & “Vanilla Cream Cake” with “Caramel Chocolate Ganache”.

Cookies: I made some vanilla sugar cookies. For the face, I used a round cookie cutter. I rolled two balls with the white sugar paste and the black sugar paste the eyes. And, I made the nose with a round ball of orange sugar paste. For the mouth, I used half of the chocolate button.

Cupcakes: My beloved family don’t like the sweetness of the “buttercreams”. Hence, Elmo cupcakes were made of vanilla butter cake with dark chocolate ganache and fondant icing face of Elmo topper.

Chocolate Dipped Marshmallows: When Vicky and I discussed the desserts we were going to serve; I have come across the jumble marshmallows in the supermarket. I knew I had to make them with my super delicious Belgium chocolate. It is simple and so pretty for the dessert table. Love them.
 
I always like to have some decorations over head too, to fill the empty space above the table, so use red paper lanterns or decorative pom-poms and add Elmo's eyes and face using cardstock. For more information, please visit http://www.chubbyscraftyworld.blogspot.com/

Thank you for stopping by~
Happy baking!
Beth xoxo

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