Saturday, December 12, 2009

White Chocolate Roses

This was happening on my kitchen table the other evening.

My Action Hero daughter had a friend over and they were busy creating white chocolate roses.
They informed me they needed this:
To do this:
Could someone please tell me if that's true?


vivian said...

ha! thats pretty funny.. I can see it now.. a little for the "batter" a little for them.. a little for the batter.. a little more for them! lol!
the flowers are beautiful by the way.
hope youre enjoying the holiday season!

Debbi said...

It is true! It really is! My daughter added the glitter dust to a teatotaler friend's fondant wedding cake, and tried vanilla . . . it worked, too. Evaporates nicely, but may not be as much fun as vodka! {And is waayy more expensive . . . unless you buy the Really good stuff} {grin}

jkddz said...

Amazing!! WOW... and everything goes better with a little sumthin' sumthin' to enjoy :o)

flowers said...

Nice blog. You seems to be very creative person. I love your white chocolate roses.

Marilyn said...

Yes, like Debbi said it is the evaporation factor in alcohol that you need to adhere the luster dust to the fondant/chocolate. If heaven forbid, you didn't have any alcohol, you could dust it on anyway and it would work.
The roses are gorgeous as is your blog!