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post #1 of 9
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Hi everybody!
I have a cake coming up for a surprise 30th birthday. The birthday boy loves bacon. We all agreed that I would make a cake that was a set of boobs with a bikini (a shiney one as his nickname is shiny as he get distracted by shiny things) and it would have bacon somewhere.
Im asking two questions:
Where should i put the bacon?
And
How do I make fondant bacon? Has anyone made it before or seen a tutorial anywhere?

Thanks in advanced
post #2 of 9
I would make the whole bikini out of bacon! The way I made bacon that looked really awesome was to get various bacon colored Pieces of fondant, roll them into noodles, wet the sides and line them up next to each other. Then flatten, letting them stick to each other, then take a ball tool and rub it on the various pieces, front and back to make it bubble and curl, then use some watered down brown to add some crispy bits to it, with a paintbrush. If you pm me an email I'll send you a pic!
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post #3 of 9

How about real bacon in the cake Maple bacon is amazing we have a cupcake at our shop that is one of our top sellers Maple bacon!

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post #4 of 9

Maple bacon cupcake or cakes sound really good!!! I saw one time on cupcake wars where they used bacon and the judges thought it was really good!!! Let us know how the birthday boy likes his cake and be sure to post a picture!!!
 

post #5 of 9

I hate maple and bacon cupcakes and cakes...And I am a huge lover of bacon and pancakes and syrup. I dip my bacon in my syrup, and my eggs too, but I think the cupcakes and sundaes and cake is just nasty. 

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post #6 of 9

Hi Annabakescakes, i am interested in seeing your bacon pic as well i have a cake with pancakes bacon and eggs on it. Thanks

post #7 of 9


I figured out how to upload to the thread! Sorry for the blurry picture, I had to leave with it 10 minutes before I snapped it.
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post #8 of 9
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This is how my bacon turned out using the AnnaBakesCakes method

post #9 of 9

Owatto, it looks great! (Good enough to eat!)

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