Friday, June 22, 2012

Snow White & the Seven Dwarves Cakelets

Williams-Sonoma add showing fully-decorated cakelets

This Snow White and the Seven Dwarves cakelet pan is by Nordic Ware and is sold through Williams-Sonoma.  It is $36 at this time.  When I saw it last November, I decided to buy it.  Snow White and the Seven Dwarves was the very first movie I ever saw.  I was about 3 years old, and my oldest sister, Terri, and some of her friends took my older sister, Denise, and me to The Canadian Theater in Purcell, Oklahoma to see the movie.  Going to a movie was a big deal back then and the trip made the local newspaper, much to the embarrassment of my oldest sister and her friends! 

(Artist's rendition of The Canadian Theater, Purcell, OK)
I wanted to try a new recipe with these cakelets and made a Red Pepper Spice Cake with a Red Jalapeno Buttercream.  The red jalapeno peppers gave the cakelets a little shimmer.  It was pretty tasty, but a bit too spicy for most people.  Since these cakelets were at least four inches across, that was a lot of spice!  I previously made this recipe in the form of miniature cupcakes and just about everyone raved over them.  I think they were definitely better in smaller doses.

Snow White

As you can see, these cakelets hold their shape well. They are still quite adorable, even without being fully-iced. Who has time to do that, anyway?


Snow White Sanctum said...

Hooray! These are the first actual cakelets I've seen made from this Snow White pan. They look delicious, but from the red tint, also spicy as you said. Thanks for posting.

By the way, if you go into the HTML settings for this post, you should be able to look at and move the code for that last photo which is not lining up correctly for you.

Shelley Parker Chandler said...

I will have to try that. Thanks!

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