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Christmas Petit Fours

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Description

Show stopping holiday petit fours!

Ingredients

  • 1 box (12 Oz. Box) Oreo Cakesters
  • 1 box (24 Oz. Box) Wilton Fondant
  • 1 container Food Coloring Of Choice

Preparation

I am going to share a huge secret with you. These are the easiest petit fours you will ever ‘make’ and they are delicious!

You are simply covering Oreo Cakesters with rolled fondant!

No baking!

As far as the technique involved, I rolled out about a quarter-sized ball of fondant for each petit four. I placed it over the cakester, then smoothed it out. After getting it as flat as possible, I used a pizza cutter and cut off the excess. Tuck the edges under and decorate anyway you would like!

If you want, you can just use a Wilton flower tip and place a pretty frosting flower on each one.

For a fun decorating tip, try visiting youtube.com and entering ‘decorating with fondant’ or ‘decorating cakes’. This is how I learned many of the techniques I use!

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Karenpie on 12.8.2009

Amanda these are so pretty! Nice job and BEAUTIFUL pics!

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shelly626 on 12.7.2009

I guess the shadows in this picture made them look a little square to me – my mistake! I am new here and didn’t even notice the blog link before. Can I call a “mulligan” on that comment? Thanks for the clarification!

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manda2177, i am baker, i am mommy on 12.7.2009

If you check out the link to my blog shelly, you will see in further pictures that they are very round and very short! No, I didnt cut them out at all!

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shelly626 on 12.7.2009

these look great, but cakesters are short and round. in the picture they look tall and square (the presents especially). did you cut them into shapes before covering with fondant?

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Renee on 12.7.2009

Super cute!!

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