DIY : Teeny Tiny Flower Pot Cakes

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Teeny Tiny Flower Pot Cakes | Cake Tutorial by Cakegirls for TheCakeBlog.com

So, we’ve been making cakes for a long time.  Like years and years.  And, although we never fall out of love with it, sometimes we’re willing to spend hours designing, baking and creating a cake and sometimes, well….we’re just not in the mood.  Sometimes we want to kick out some treats in no time at all and still have guests be impressed. So, when a girlfriend’s birthday came along and we were assigned cake duty (yes, it happens often), we were game for creating quick and easy sweets that would still fit the bill, and thus, Teeny Tiny Flower Pot Cakes were born.

Teeny Tiny Flower Pot Cakes | Cake Tutorial by Cakegirls for TheCakeBlog.com

These little creations are not just adorable for birthdays, but think bridal showers, mother’s day, summer brunch…the list goes on and on.  The upside is that store bought brownies and pre-made royal icing flowers make this project such a cinch.  And, as an added bonus, guests always go crazy for miniature edible versions of anything.  They are just too cute to resist.  So go ahead and make these teeny tiny flower pots and then take the rest of the night off.  Your friends will be none the wiser.

Teeny Tiny Flower Pot Cakes | Cake Tutorial by Cakegirls for TheCakeBlog.com

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TEENY TINY FLOWER POT CAKES
a tutorial by Cakegirls

Supplies:

Brownies without icing (store bought or homemade)
Chocolate Icing (store bought)
Orange Candy Coating Discs
Mini Flower Pot Chocolate Mold
Paintbrush
Pre-made royal icing blossoms and leaves
Piping bag

Teeny Tiny Flower Pot Cakes | Cake Tutorial by Cakegirls for TheCakeBlog.com

View the Step-by-Step Tutorial

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Cakegirls are sisters Mary and Brenda Maher. After years of making cakes professionally, they now share their tips and tricks at www.thecakegirls.com, an online store where you can buy cake supplies, party accents and see D.I.Y. ideas for the inspired home baker. Read more about Mary and Brenda on their bio page.

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