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Making a sesame street cake

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Any ideas on his Big Bird's beak - on how to make it?

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Is it a 3D big bird?  If so, you can mold rice krispies treats into the shape of his beak and cover with fondant.

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Yay on the rice krispie treats.  Or you could get yellow colored sugar sheets, which would be WAY lighter and will not tempt the cake-disaster-gods!  I'm sure you could attach them to each other so you can make the shape of the beak and it could be hollow inside so there will not be an issue of weight.  I never tried it so who knows (nose) but that would be something I would try. 

Let us know how it works!

Theresa

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http://pinterest.com/pin/232568768227835207/

 

if youre making the beak somehow off the cake like this, then i think rice krispies or fondant would be best

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Depends on what size you need.
Could always try those lolly bananas? Cut in half. Or some other yellow lolly.
Marshmallows frosted yellow.


I like using Lollies on my cake whenever I can, usually gets eaten, unlike rkt.
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