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You know Spring has sprung when Peeps hit the shelves. Those little marshmallow chicks herald longer days, warmer weather, and the promise of a future trip to the ...
I originally got this idea from an issue of Food Network Magazine, but decided they had really missed an opportunity with their Peep Cake. I took their recipe ...
Mix up your double batch of cake. Distribute among your three greased and floured pans. Bake at 350F for 35-40 minutes for the pan and small bowl, and ...
Once the cakes are cool, it's time to carve them into shape. Cut the corners off of the rectangle and reserve pieces for the tail and beak. Level ...
I put thin strips of waxed paper under each side of the cake so that when I go to frost it later, I can be as messy as ...
To make the frosting: Create simple syrup of the sugar, cream of tartar, and 2/3 cup of water, by heating in a saucepan until dissolved. Whip egg whites ...
Frost the cake with a "crumb coat" first - a thin layer of frosting to keep all of the crumbs in tact. Since we did so much carving ...
Since I had all these peeps, I decided to stage a few scenarios. When the cake was cut open, all of the peeps inside spilled out in ...
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