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  • Audra Smith

    pineapple flowers (dry thin slices of fresh pineapple for an edible flower garnish)

  • McLemore Genealogy

    Dried Pineapple Flowers Slice pineapple thin so that the slices are almost translucent. Lay on a baking sheet lined with silicone baking mat or parchment paper.Bake at 225˚ F to dry, abt 30 min, flip repeat.Transfer them to a muffin tin so that the edges curve upward in the shape of a flower.Sit overnight in muffin tin.from Martha Stewart

  • Ericka Ross

    How to Make Dried Pineapple Flowers to top cupcakes, cakes, pies...awesome idea!!

  • Sunshine Renovations

    Neat idea for cupcake topper! Dried pineapple flower

  • Jennifer Schley Johnson

    dried pineapple flower cupcake toppers

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I will have to try this as soon as I think of something to use them on...maybe on top of a hummingbird cake?

These would be pretty on our cake :)

Pineapple Flowers: place on parchment paper and bake at 250 degrees for 30 minutes, flip and bake for another 30 minutes

Pinner said...For those wanting to know how to do the "rose" looking cupcake icing. Get a 1M decorating tip. Its bigger than the standard tips. They have them here at our Walmart so you might want to check there. They also have them at Hobby Lobby. Start in the middle of the cupcake then swirl in circles to the outer edges of the cupcake. Hope that helps!

the cupcake decorations are adorable

Pineapple Flowers. I made these a few years ago and they certainly didn't turn out like these beauties, however, this post inspires me to try again.