Posts Tagged With: cupcakes

‘Twas the Night After Doomsday…

I discovered this cookie dough “ice cream” that’s dairy free. All of the flavor, half the guilt.


Wheaties realized they could ca$h in a second time with this Bruce Jenner cereal box cover. (Kardashian fans + baby boomer nostalgia)


Lunch from a couple days ago I whipped up. Fettuccine with mushrooms, topped with mozzarella non-cheese.


Spray paint cupcakes.


Passive aggressive stocking stuffers.


You’ll never look at coffee flavored jelly beans the same way again. I think that’s a sheep dispenser.


Little Debbie isn’t waiting around for Hostess to work through its Twinkie problems.


Snow globes on cookies. Brilliant idea.


And a few donut closing shots.




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A Little Bit of This, A Little Bit of That


Why did it take this long for someone to make an ice cream cupcake? Available in the freezer section, obviously.


Saw these interesting cupcake kits. I may actually make these so I can see what they look like in person. The vintage feel and the fact it comes with the mix, icing and unique candy cane sprinkles makes me want this for reasons.



This Haagen-Dazs photo is an optical illusion. These are two half gallon tankers of ice cream. So if you don’t mind spending $12, one of these could fill some deep emotional voids.





Gingerbread house kit for the creative person who doesn’t like to bake. All the fun, none of the recipes.



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For The Bakers, Mega Sprinkles Tote – For Kids

Ok I guess “drop and drag” doesn’t work on WordPress quite as well as I thought. So if you clicked this early, you ended up seeing a blank post. And it deleted all of my text. (The one time I didn’t “copy and paste” as I went!)

Anyhow, this “sprinkles tote” looks like something an avid adult baker might want. But the target audience is designated as children who speak either English or Spanish. That’s probably why I found this at Ross for $9.99, when it was available at Michaels and Hobby Lobby a few weeks ago for $25. Too much of a good thing for kids. Mislabeled for adults. But if you’re a school teacher, have 10 kids or run a food blog, this might be a great item to purchase on sale.

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Pale Yellow – Part Deux

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Basics – Pale Yellow Icing

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I Couldn’t Resist – I Had to Add Sprinkles to That Last Cupcake

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Two Cupcakes – Just Hangin’ Out

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Cupcake Couture – Spikes

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Neon Green – Chocolate Shard

To make the shard (you can drop the bright neon icing if it’s too much to handle): Put a thin layer of cooking spray on wax paper. Melt chocolate and spread a thin layer on the wax paper. Scatter sprinkles on the chocolate. Refrigerate or allow the chocolate to set. Break the chocolate into pieces and press into your icing in visually interesting ways.

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Cupcake with Baked-In Russell Stover chocolate.

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