Wednesday, August 12, 2009

The Baking Artist

My neice was experimenting in the kitchen again this week. She leaves for college in a few days, and so do her highschool friends, so a good bye party was necessary. She found these adorable desert cheeseburgers on a blog that she enjoys visiting; .

I asked her to send me pictures of her project. I think they are adorable, and to think that this was her first time to bake them. What a fun project to do with your children or grandchildren. A visit to the blog where she got the idea, will show you how they did cake french fries that looked as real as these cheeseburgers do.

My neice's mother told me these actually tasted so good. She said they were moist and the flavors blended perfectly. For me, I would much prefer the real cheeseburgers and french fries, but I must admit I really liked the way these turned out, and thought it would be fun to share them with you.


Stacey said...

Oh my goodness. The baking skills in your family!!

Wanda said...

Amazing! They look so yummy!

Blessings each day said...

Think talent must just run rampant in the veins of you and all your family...amazing!

blessings and hugs,


Blessings each day said...

Think talent must just run rampant in the veins of you and all your family...amazing!

blessings and hugs,


Judy said...

Too cute! My niece...who also loves to a big bakerella fan as well.

christina and buddy powers said...

Hi Judy!!!
God Bless you!!!
My sister / friend Beth makes cakes like these for her 8 boys at the boys ranch in Memophis TN!!!
Lots of love to you from me!!

lindsey said...

These are amazing!

Happy@Home said...

How cute and a bonus that they also taste good. They remind me of a faux cheeseburger recipe we used to make when my kids were small using Vanilla Wafers with sesame seeds on top for the bun.

Every time I visit you I think how cute your header is especially the photo of the little girl baking. Is that you or one of your daughters? It is a precious picture.

Thanks for your visit this morning and your kind comments.

Kim@Seasons of My Heart said...

Those look SO yummy....BUT, I'm with you...I'd prefer the real burger....with some fries! :-)

Thoughts on Life and Millinery. said...

Made me laugh!

Shelley said...

These are works of art!! What a fun dessert!!!

Marty said...

I love the creativity of that website. So nice to see it 'in action'. I need some fun ideas for an employees picnic....hmmmmmm.
Thanks for sharing.

Brenda @ Its A Beautiful Life said...

I can't imagine how it all would taste....... you're mind's thinking savory cheeseburger and you bite into sugar and spice??

What fun!

Tracy said...

Like you, I'd prefer the real hamburger and fries but these are positively adorable! I just might have to make these for my younger nieces and nephew. The talents in your family are endless! = )

Have a wonderful day, my friend!

SeaWorthy said...

This blog and the girls you so lovingly talk about her are one of my dearest highlights, Judy.

Although I am a very busy mama, and dont get around much in blogland this summer, it is always ALWAYS a treat to come over here and visit. Another great present you give me is your beautiful comments to my sometimes silly and wistful blog..

You really lift me up with your lovely genuine comments, I love ya for it!!
Take care of yourself and your beautiful ffamily!!
coastal nest

Bethany said...

I love this! I would totally make these!!! I saw all the pics on facebook too! thanks for sharing Judy! I always enjoy your blog!

Barb said...

Hi Judy, this is really something. How very cute and totally creative. I am in awe!

Barb :-)

Kathleen Grace said...

These are so cute! I was looking at them and thinking they would be perfect for a treat in our church's childrens department. Wouldn't the kids just love these!?

Anonymous said...

Good evening Judy. What a cute idea. Your neice sounds like she is a lot like you. She does some very creative things. Thank you for all the lovey comments you have left on my posts. It has meant a lot to me. I hope you are having a lovely week.


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