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I recently came across a Star Wars cook book that had a recipe for Darth Maul Dip, made from roasted red peppers and Frito corn chips as horns. It rea...
Ingredients: 1 box of Devil Food Cake Mix Canola Oil 3 Eggs Water Wilton Black Color Mist White Modeling Chocolate White Frosting Red Gel Past...
Bake the cake according to manufacturers instructions. Allow cake to cool and place in freezer for 45 minutes. Remove cake from the freezer and place ...
To create Darth Maul's horns, break off a small piece of modeling chocolate. Hand form chocolate into shape that resembles horns, with a sharp spiky t...
To create Darth Maul's eyes, place 1/8 tsp yellow gel paste into bowl with small piece of modeling chocolate and stir to combine. You may use your han...
Remove cake from the freezer and place two pieces of parchment paper around doily to catch excess frosting and sanding sugar. Give the cake a final la...
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