Tuesday, June 25, 2013

High Heel Love - High Heel Cupcakes


No, you aren't looking at a shoe store display,
you are looking at cupcakes that are stepping out in style!

I definitely love high heels and feel like a beautiful
high heel is like a piece of art and
each of these fun cupcakes is a piece of
art too.


While we are waiting around for wedding pictures,
I had a fun afternoon with my oldest daughter
making these darling cupcake shoes
that you may have seen in 


The variations are endless and everyone wants to touch
them and taste them.


On this pair I actually used a big of bling left from the wedding
reception.  Obviously, this bit of decor is non-edible but
the rest of the cupcakes are all edible.


We had all kinds of fun trying out different
colors and creating unique shoe styles with
frosting, sanding sugars, chocolate clay and
candies.


Each pair is designed one at a time.  You start by
frosting the cupcakes.  I piped it on and then spread it out.

  
Then the 
cupcakes are dipped in a bowl of sanding sugars.



Place the frosted cupcake in the fridge for about
15 minutes to let the frosting harden, then
cut a small slit off the back of the cupcake where
you will place the sole. 


That small slit is filled with frosting to make the sole
stick to the cupcake.

The sole is a square of graham cracker that has
been cut with a short end about 3/4 inch wide
and tapering out to the other end of the cracker.  Dip the
crackers in melted candy melts which have been
dipped and placed on a parchment paper until dry.


Pipe frosting around the edge of the sole and dip it in 
matching sanding sugar.

Cut 2 pieces of Pirouline cookies about 2 1/4 inches
with one end flat and the other at a 45 degree angle.
Melt some white candy melts to stick these stilettos
onto the soles of the high heels.

So the steps are
1. frost the cupcakes
2. chill then slice a small piece off back of cupcake
3.  fill the back with frosting to make the sole stick
4. take a prepared sole and pipe it with frosting and
dip it in matching sugar
5.  place the sole into the back of the shoe
6.  meanwhile dip the angled end of the
Pirouline cookie into candy melt and
attach the stiletto heel
7. attach any decor



To make an open toe shoe just slice out a small round
and pipe frosting around the edge.
Bows are made with a stick of gum.  Heat
them in the microwave about 6 seconds to
soften if necessary.


The decor on these were made from white chocolate clay.





The Hello Cupcake cookbook
has much better instructions. 
This was just such a fun project.  
They are for
Baby Jacquelyn's First Birthday Party! 



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Chocolat - French for Chocolate. I adored chocolate from a young age when I had to sneak in the cupboard to find where my mother had hidden the Nestle's Chocolate Chips. Having read about the famous chocolat shoppes in Paris, when I finally got there I was determined to try a chocolate from every Paris shoppe. I invite you to share my adventures in creating, in travel, and in life.

18 comments:

  1. These are brilliant Jackie, I just love the idea! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Too cute!

    Jenny
    www.simcoestreet.blogspot.ca

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  3. These are fabulous! I love how they're all different- You are so creative. :)

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  4. These are something I graciously leave up to you to thrill us with.
    The patience! You're so talented with frosting..made me smile when you said you piped then smoothed..I would have skipped the pie..I can't pipe like you..All little works of art :)

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  5. What a fantastic idea! I know someone who would just flip over these cupcakes..
    Thank you for sharing this Jackie.

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  6. You continue to amaze me with your talents. Those cupcakes are so cute. My daughter and granddaughter would love them. Who am I kidding? I would, too. Your family and friends must love sharing holidays with you.

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  7. Oh my gosh, Jacqueline. These are fabulous!!!

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  8. Oh my gosh, those cupcakes are adorable...you come up with some of the most unique ideas when it comes to desserts, Jacqueline!

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  9. Wow, these are so cute! You girls sure have fun making creative edibles.
    Judith

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  10. These are, without question, the absolutely CUTEST cupcakes I have EVER seen!!! What a neat idea! I wish I had the patience and skill to pull off something like these!!! Magnificent!!!!!!!!!!!

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  11. Oh my goodness....so stinking cute.
    I was showing this to my daughter (who loves bling) and she was so impressed...she loves your blog too...
    Cute, cute and cute.

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  12. These are absolutely adorable! Wow!

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  13. These cupcake high heels are beautiful......and sooooooo girlie. I can't wait to try decorating some. I am always amazed at the gorgeous things that you do. Thank you for taking the time to share so many wonderful ideas with us. Hugs.....Katherine

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  14. Sorry to be late to this post. Life has kept me away from the computer this past week. These are adorable, Jacqueline. Where do you get the energy to do all of these delightful things in your kitchen, and put on an incredible wedding? '-)

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  15. I've never seen such cute cupcakes! What a darling idea and you both did such a great job with them :)

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  16. Wow, that's a lot of cupcakes, and so much variety! These cupcakes are so YOU:) Have a fun party!

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  17. They are absolutely adorable and you should start shipping them NOW, you'll make a fortune! :)))

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  18. Those well-heeled cupcakes are the cutest things ever! You better start shipping NOW,
    you'll make a fortune!

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