For Keziah's first birthday party we decided to throw the queen bee a bumble bee inspired shindig! Keziah's Bee Themed Invitation Bumble bee Loot Boxes were a hit with all the kiddies! Yellow cupcakes and bumble bee cookies... what more could a little girl ask for? The bumble bee birthday cake from Flour Confections tasted…
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I was looking through old parties and came across my son’s 1st Bee day – one of my very first themed parties that I had ever held. It was (and still is) my FAVORITE first birthday theme. I am excited to get to help my sister in law plan it for my niece’s first birthday …
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Need some cupcake ideas? Here are some cute ones.... I love this idea for making faux shaved ice (snow cone?) cupcakes at Just Jenn: Here's another cute idea: Bees & Honey cupcakes... I love how all together they make a honeycomb! Or how about these cute Star Wars cupcakes? (Photo on Flickr) For the more gruesome (which I love) how about these molded silicone cupcake skulls? These Cherry Coke Float cupcakes from The Novice Chef are old fashioned fun... I…
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Spring Inspired Bee and Flower cookies
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The September 2010 Daring Bakers’ challenge was hosted by Mandy of “What the Fruitcake?!” Mandy challenged everyone to make Decorated Sugar Cookies based on recipes from Peggy Porschen and The Joy of Baking. The cookies could be any shape or decoration, the only guide was September which is pretty broad considering that the Daring Bakers come from all around the world. I chose Spring as my theme and made some busy bee cookies and daisies. They are decorated with rolled fondant and royal icing accents. The bees are hand molded and hand painted with black americolour food gel and a 00 paintbrush. Decorating cookies is great fun and the kids and neighbours loved the results, thanks Mandy for such a fun challenge. Basic Sugar Cookies (provided by Mandy from 'What the Fruitcake): Makes Approximately 36x 10cm / 4" Cookies 200g / 7oz / ½ cup + 6 Tbsp Unsalted Butter, at room temperature 400g / 14oz / 3 cups + 3 Tbsp All Purpose / Plain Flour 200g / 7oz / 1 cup Caster Sugar / Superfine Sugar 1 Large Egg, lightly beaten 5ml / 1 tsp Vanilla Extract / Or seeds from 1 vanilla bean Directions • Cream together the butter, sugar and any flavourings you’re using. Beat until just becoming creamy in texture. • Tip: Don’t over mix otherwise you’ll incorporate too much air and the cookies will spread during baking, losing their shape. • Beat in the egg until well combined, make sure to scrape down the sides of the bowl. Add the sifted flour and mix on low until a non sticky dough forms. • Knead into a ball and divide into 2 or 3 pieces. • Roll out each portion between parchment paper to a thickness of about 5mm/1/5 inch (0.2 inch) • Refrigerate for a minimum of 30mins. • Tip: Recipes commonly just wrap the whole ball of dough in clingwrap and then refrigerate it for an hour or overnight, but by rolling the dough between parchment, this shortens the chilling time and then it’s also been rolled out while still soft making it easier and quicker. • Once chilled, peel off parchment and place dough on a lightly floured surface. • Cut out shapes with cookie cutters or a sharp knife. • Arrange shapes on parchment lined baking sheets and refrigerate for another 30mins to an hour. • Tip: It’s very important you chill them again otherwise they’ll spread while baking. • Re-roll scraps and follow the above process until all scraps are used up. • Preheat oven to 180°C (160°C Fan Assisted) / 350°F / Gas Mark 4. • Bake until golden around the edges, about 8-15mins depending on the size of the cookies. • Tip: Bake same sized cookies together otherwise mixing smaller with larger cookies could result in some cookies being baked before others are done. • Tip: Rotate baking sheets half way through baking if your oven bakes unevenly. • Leave to cool on cooling racks. • Once completely cooled, decorate as desired. • Tip: If wrapped in tinfoil/cling wrap or kept in airtight containers in a cool place, un-decorated cookies can last up to a month.