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In a town far, far away. A dad decided to make a Star Wars cake for his son's birthday.
Make sure you spread the chocolate to make a flat area of land. You'll see what I mean in a minute. You will also need to pull out ...
My cake was a little small, so I had to slice it horizontally, and open it up like a book. Test fit the pieces and trim to fit. ...
I used super day-glo orange for the frosting. I used an off the shelf Pilsbury brand white frosting with a liberal amount of orange food color gel. Top ...
I got the leftover chocolate and re-melted it in the microwave, I poured it over some non-stick surfaces (you can use waxpaper) into a large, flat, shape. Once ...
The ramekin, which I'm sure you have guessed by now, is for dry ice and water. I'm sure you're kid will enjoy this. Sniff, sniff!
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