My cousin does cake pops and pushes the ends of the sticks into a 2 inch thick piece of flat styrofoam. And there's this sheet of pink stuff you can buy at home depot, but I don't know what it is called. HTH.
Ok, you guys have me all excited about these compound flavors. I think some of the Lor Ann oils are good and some are not. The cherry seemed to have a very chemical taste to me.The compound flavors I found online were in 10 pound containers with a shelf life of 6 to 10 months.Anyone know if you can purchase them in smaller amounts anywhere?
Here's one I found that I am going to try for a July 4 th cherry cola cake:2c. butter2 1/2 c. powdered sugar1 tsp. almond extract1 13 oz. jar marshmallow cream (fluff)Beat butter gradually adding sugar till fluffy. Beat in almond extract. STIR in fluff.
I was hoping Wisconsin would be passing a cottage food law.I don't want to make a ton of money or take anybody's business away.I am just an enthusiastic hobby baker who wants to sell a cake here and there without ending up in jail!
I use a clay extruder I bought from Michaels. They have a large one and a small one. I recommend getting the big one with a coupon. Fondant is not hard to push through if it is fresh. I use mine often. Happy caking!