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Monkey Party (Part 2)

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Hi, I’m back to tell you more about the monkey party.   

So where was I? 

I made 3 cakes. 

Oh yeah, so I needed cupcakes.   

 

 

I made the faces out of fondant, and they had different expressions: 

 

Here they are in a little tower:

 

So, with all that, I still thought it wasn’t enough. 

I decided to throw in some sugar cookies.  In banana shapes, of course. 

Monkeys like bananas—get it? 

That’s great, except I never piped icing on cookies before.  I guess I like a challenge.  Or I must like the stress… 

Yeah, I don’t think so. 

Either way, I thought it was a good idea.  I guess they came out OK.  At least they tasted yummy! 

And then I got another bright idea. 

Cake balls.   Made with banana cake.  

Yes, they were pretty simple to make, but time consuming.  I put them in cute mini cupcake liners, and they didn’t look too bad!   

These were a hit.  People loved them. 

Mission accomplished. 

I also found these cute chocolate molds and made 30 lollipops.  And it took 20 minutes to make each one because of all the different colors.  At times, I wanted to scream.  But it was worth it. 

 

And finally, the full dessert table—my first one ever! 

So that’s it for now!  I can’t wait until the next party.  

Um, did I really just say that? 

Yeah, remind me when it’s the day before the party and I’m freaking out.  🙂

 

 

 

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44 responses »

  1. WOW! You really outdid yourself this time. Everything looks so great. You could go pro…

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  2. Your Monkey Candy Pops look great! I work in the Wilton Test Kitchen, and I know it takes some time and a steady hand to get all of the different candy colors in the right places. Well done!

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  3. Wow, that looks effin amazing!

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  4. Loved your creations , so lovely! =)

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  5. Wow, I can’t believe how many desserts you made!! They all look great! And I hear you on the lollipops – I made the same ones and they took forever (but were so cute)!

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  6. my goodness, you have a lot more patience than me! the lollies look absolutely fantastic xx

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  7. Very cute! How lovely for a children’s party!

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  8. These are amazing, I wish I had your skills.

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  9. Wow – speechless here! Monkeys galore – you have done so well, and yes, so much patience!

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  10. This is so amazing – so much hard work and it looks beautiful!

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  11. opps these lil one look so cute!!!! can you share me a lil bit of your talent!!!! 😉

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  12. Thank you for the great ideas! We are doing a monkey themed birthday for my daughters first birthday tomorrow. Love your ideas!!! It came out great!

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  13. Wow!! I love that dessert table. Everything looks so cute. 🙂

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  14. bakinglovelove

    I love this!! It’s so cute..this is the theme I am thinking for my son’s first birthday!

    Great job!

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  15. Wonderful! You are so very talented!!

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  16. “Pretty Baking” indeed! I love all the different ways you used desserts to complete a monkey theme. Such variety! What kind of icing did you use on the banana sugar cookies? (Oh, and I just realized I now need to go check out part 1!)

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  17. These are awesome! I love their little expressions 🙂 Great job!

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  18. Amazing work. Love everything especially those cute expressions…and those candy pops look like they are from a store as does everything else. When I grow up I want a kitchenaid mixer and to be able to bake like you.

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  19. Geraldine, this is super cute monkey! definitely I’ll copy this brilliant idea, May I? 🙂

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  20. The monkeys are adorable. Love the tree on top!!

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  21. amazing!! how did u make that monkey faces?

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