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Pirate Party (Part 2)

I almost forgot the rest of the Pirate Party desserts!

These are my favorite because they’re much easier than the cakes, and I can make them ahead of time.

And there was no drama, no crying, no dropping anything (well, I did drop one cookie), no freaking out, no throwing food at people… well you get the picture. Β  Β πŸ™‚

I made sugar cookies:

Pirate Cookies a

Chocolate lollipops for the kids to take home. Β They were rather large lollipops!

Chocolates a

Cupcakes, of course:

Pirate cupcakes a

I made the fondant toppers.

Little brownie pirate boats:

Pirate brownies a

And pirate marshmallows. Β I saw these online and couldn’t resist:

Marshmallow Pirates a

Dipped them in chocolate and drew faces with an edible marker. Super easy and they were the first to disappear!

Well, the boys seemed to enjoy the desserts.

And I did my best to feed the parents when they came to pick them up.

All in all, a success!

Pirate Dessert Table a

FYI- this is a big dining room table…

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28 responses »

  1. Everything looks sooo… Pretty .

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  2. What brilliant ideas! Love the marshmallows

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  3. Great post!
    I am running a dessert contest over on rantingchef.com and if you have an interest in participating, please let me know. The details can be found here:
    http://rantingchef.com/2014/02/26/attention-all-dessert-makers/

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  4. So cute! I love the different expressions they’re wearing πŸ™‚

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  5. You really live up to your blog name! These are so cool!!

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  6. Wow! Is your house still standing after the sugar rush from all this?? lol They look adorable!

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  7. oh, gosh–amazing! How did you make the choc lollipops? You could open a confectionary/bakery. Or party service? Other moms would pay you the big bucks to do this for their kids πŸ˜‰ Everything is so cute, but also professional looking. And I can’t even imagine how delicious.

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    • Thanks, Liz! I used chocolate molds and colored each lollipop with different candy melts and a tiny brush. Yes, very time-consuming! I would love to make stuff for other people, but I’m really not at that point yet. It takes me forever to do everything because I’m learning as I go. But thank you sooo much!! πŸ™‚

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  8. each one of them is soo cute!! they look lovely!

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  9. What cute ideas! I love all of the fun pirate desserts.

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  10. How fun! Your baking makes me feel like such an amateur. How yummy do those look?!

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  11. This is THE cutest thing ever!!

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  12. Those marshmallows are so cute!

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  13. I did think you were a party caterer! Love the pirate theme, all so well done

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