Posts Tagged ‘Magic’
What incredible parties we've seen this week! Here are my four favorites... A Sofia the First birthday that is just stunning, a robot birthday with this awesome DIY marquee number "3," a magic birthday party for a little magician, and the coolest strawberries & cream neighborhood ice cream social (I want to live in that neighborhood)!
- Nancy P's Sofia the First Party
- Carrie Karen N's Robot Robot Robot Birthday
- Three Little Monkeys Studio Vintage Magic Party
- Melissa T's Strawberries and Cream Neighborhood Ice Cream Social
Yes, you heard me right... home baked Twinkies! I saw those words in this photo from Lisa M's Magic Show 7th Birthday and had to learn more, much more. Lisa sweetly put together this tutorial and all I can say is thank you and... yum!
Hi there! I am Lisa from MooreMinutes and I am super happy to be sharing here today! I'm a party-lover. I feel passionate about making every moment in life count and using celebrations to cultivate beauty.
Recently I hosted a Magic Show Party for my son's 7th birthday. When creating the dessert area, I wanted to focus on classic desserts in a homemade form. We had homemade Oreos, donuts, and Twinkies!
Today I want to share some little tips with you on baking Twinkies in your home sweet home.
This Twinkie recipe is automatically an instant winner because it comes from King Arthur's Flour website. Their recipes are total perfection. I'm only sharing the tips here. For full recipe details, see King Arthur's Flour.
You can make your Twinkies look exactly like the Hostess Bakery ones by using a canoe pan. However, I used a traditional muffin pan for mine.
The biggest tip when making these is to beat the egg white until they are VERY stiff. They should be able to completely hold their shape. It is also important to be extra gentle when folding the egg whites into the batter. Don't stir or mix. Simply fold the batter over the egg whites until the whites are covered.
After your Twinkies cool, it's time for the fun stuff! Filling the centers with that amazing cream is super easy! Prepare your cream according to the recipe and fill a pastry bag.
Fill in three different places on the bottom of the Twinkie so it will certainly be puffy with sweet cream!
Ta da! You're done!
They are ready to embellish. You can use any pretty cupcake liners to set them in and top with adorable cupcake toppers.
Lisa, we couldn't agree more. Thank you for putting this together. These look sooo delicious. I can't wait to try them. My family is going to flip!
To learn more about Lisa, please check out her blog, MooreMinutes, where you can read about her adventures in entertaining, parties, and home decor. Also, check out the other insanely amazing parties she's added to our site.