This is how you make broccoli from candy!

Fruit chew+frosting+sprinkles=broccoli! The whole recipe for Lo Mein
Chinese cupcakes is in What's New, Cupcake?

 

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  • March 17, 2010 wendiwinn wrote:
    that is awesome. where do you get green fruit chews?
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    1. March 25, 2010 hellocupcakeblog wrote:
      They are Tootsie Roll Fruit Chews. Jolly Rancher and Laffy Taffy also come in green!

      Keep on cupcaking!
      Alan

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  • March 26, 2010 Kim wrote:
    OMG, these are too dang cute! Love them!

    Kim @ http://frostmeblog.blogspot.com
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  • April 4, 2013 Brian wrote:
    Where did u get the green sprinkles? And how did you make the frosting thick enough to hold its shape?
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    1. April 8, 2013 hellocupcakeblog wrote:
      We order our sprinkles from several sources. A good selection can be found at Country Kitchen Sweetarts www.countrykitchensa.com. If we don't have the correct color on hand for a design, we also tint our own. It's easy to do. Just place white sprinkles in a freezer weight bag. Add a few drops of food coloring, zip it shut, and give it a vigorous shake. You may need to massage the sprinkles to further distribute the food coloring. Then spread the sprinkles out on a sheet of wax paper to dry. In about 15 minutes they are ready to use. You can also store them in an airtight container to use later.

      Happy cupcaking,
      Alan

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  • July 8, 2013 de fleming wrote:
    how far ahead can you make the candy vegetables for the garden cupcakes?

    Thank you
    De
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    1. December 9, 2013 hellocupcakeblog wrote:
      Because the veggies are assembled on the top of the cupcake, and you use frosting to secure them, you will need to do it when you decorate your cupcakes. However. You could assemble the veggies using royal frosting since it hardens. Just make them on a sheet of wax paper and store them in an airtight container in a cool place for up to a week.

      Sounds like geniosity, thanks for asking!
      Alan and Karen

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