Step 2: Color your buttercream.

You will need to separate your buttercream into 4 bowls. Using gel coloring dye one a light yellow, one a yam color (copper + a little brown) , one a a tannish color (ivory + a little brown), and leave one white. I didn't keep mine even because I knew I would use less yellow and white and more yam and tan.
These are great - I did them and am very happy with the results. I used green fruit rollups for the beans and yellow for butter and corn. My 'tan' got a little darker than I wanted but oh well - that's life. <br>Thanks for the great recipe - Thanksgiving is often the forgotten holiday and needs Treats too.
These are amazing... I may try this one for my students on Tuesday night. <br>
Mmmmmm! Do u take orders?
Soo fun!
Very creative:-)
Looks so realistic
Looks yummy!
Well done. Fantastic artistry!
Your cupcakes are incredible. I love that you've got the entire meal composed in a sweet form.
Need. to. Make.
Oh my word this makes me wish I liked cake!
These look super cute! What a cool idea.
You're kidding me. These are toooo fantastic.
These are sooo cute! Love it!
Those are just wonderful! I love that mashed potatoes one, it sounds delicious!!!

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