Step 3: Color your fondant.

Now color your fondant using gel coloring, a few oz of each color will be plenty for a dozen cupcakes. You will need a light yellow, a dark green, and some white.  Make sure to keep stored in a ziplock when your not working with it, so it doesn't dry out. As soon as your done coloring the fondant cut out two small squares (about an inch) from the yellow to be your butter. Then darken the rest of the yellow to a corn color.
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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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