Tiny baking camp/ miniature baking
We baked tiny pies, cupcakes, bundt cakes and miniature cookies. We also each built our own little bakeshop display case. So much fun!
10/6/2016 08:54:59 pm
I need to know how you did this. I have 6 kids and they'd love to do this. Please do tell. It would be so cute for the baby's birthday.
10/7/2016 07:15:43 am
Wendy, we used regular recipes (just use half the recipe) and then used tiny being pans. I happen to have some, mini cupcake pans, and mini bundt cake pans, but aluminum foil will do the trick as well. Some people use metal bottle caps with the plastic liners removed. The baking time is drastically shorter, so you have to keep an eye on it. The cupcake liners are meant for chocolates. The pastry cases are built with popsicle sticks. Take a look in my June blog posts there is more :) Good luck and let me know it worked out. I would love to see some photos! Best Pascal
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Before founding Bake Austin, Pascal Simon earned her degree as a Pastry Chef from the prestigious Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts. A mother of two, Pascal is passionate about cultivating the next generation of bakers and welcomes children from all schooling backgrounds, whether public, private or homeschooled.