Sunday, June 14, 2009

Fast Food Fun

Brownie Burger Cupcakes & Cookie Fries

Cupcake Buns + Brownie Burgers + Cookie Fries = One Happy Meal!

Or many…

Brownie Burger Cupcakes & Cookie Fries

I can hardly stand how cute these little guys are. You’ve probably seen them around before. I know I have. Cupcakes Take The Cake has featured cute ones. But, they are even cuter in person as I discovered this weekend. Oh my gawd… they just make me want to smile. I switched mine up a little by doing the burger out of brownies. But, you can just as easily make chocolate cupcakes and cut them in thirds to use instead. And if you want more realistic lettuce, tint some coconut (yuck) green.

I really decided to make these when I thought about making a meal out of them for Father’s Day, complete with sugar cookie french fries. I wasn’t sure if they would turn out, but I am so thrilled with the end result. Actually, I think the fries might be my favorite part.

Before I started baking, I made a template for a miniature paper box tray and french fry holder. You can download the 4-page pdf (636 KB) here if you want it. The pdf contains the tray template, french fry holder template (blank & with Happy Father’s Day). It also includes the design for the Happy Father’s Day tissue paper.


I printed the tray template on card stock (heavier weight paper), the french fry template on vellum (semi-transparent paper) and the tissue insert on tracing paper (really thin paper from Canson Art pad).

All three paper weights went through my printer fine – one sheet at a time to be safe. But, if you’re unsure about running the tracing paper through your printer, then just use regular plain white tissue paper.

Cut out the shapes as shown in the picture above with scissors or a sharp blade. Then fold along all the printed lines. Use double-sided tape to secure the flaps. Cut the tissue paper in half and place in the tray print side down.

Now, for the baking. Keeping with the fast food fun theme, I went all mixes on these. That’s right. I said mixes. For the cookies, brownies and the cupcakes. Don’t cringe.

You know I love learning to bake new things from scratch because it’s really empowering and satisfying and it usually tastes better, too. But, before a couple of years ago, I did all my baking from a box and really don’t have a problem using a mix. There, I said it. I feel better now.


So, I picked up several kinds.

The brownies baked first in a 13 X 9 pan. You don’t need any help there.

The cookies came next. I wanted to do rolled sugar cookies and luckily Mrs. Crocker offered some tips on how to convert the mix for better results.


Except I didn’t do the whole floured surface thing. I used parchment paper underneath and on top of the dough. Then I rolled it out with a rolling pin using rubber band spacers attached to ensure an even thickness. This is a really handy trick and so not messy. I got these tips from the book, Cookie Craft. If you want to learn more about rolled sugar cookies, it’s great.

Cookie Dough

See… perfectly even dough and a clean surface.

Here’s where I started experimenting, but it worked out pretty well.

French Fry Cookies

Cut the dough in thin strips with a sharp knife and then a long cut down the center. The varied lengths are fine because you don’t want all your french fries exactly the same size. Remove the alternating strips so it won’t bake into one giant blob. (Reserve dough strips and repeat) Sprinkle sugar on top of the dough. Bake for about 8 minutes at 350 degrees.

These spread more than I had hoped they would for rolled sugar cookies. I know. I know. The mix thing. But, no problem. Just take your knife and cut each “steak fry” down the center for “skinny fries.” Do this right when they come out of the oven. Sprinkle more sugar on top while they are still warm, too. Lightly rub it on to make sure it sticks good.

And voila……

Sugar Cookie French Fries

A big pile of fries. Yum! Try not to eat too many before you serve them. You can’t eat just one. Trust me.

Next up… cupcakes. I made these the next morning to spread out the work.

Boxes, brownies, and fries on one day. Cupcakes and decorating the next.


I baked 24 cupcakes using a yellow cake mix. I also exchanged 1 cup of buttermilk instead of the water. It made them nice and yummy. To test, I greased and floured one 12-cup cupcake tray and used Pam on the second. I wanted my buns to have smooth sides, you know. Well, they came out smooth, but also brown.

You can see what’s coming.

Yes. Yes. I made 24 more cupcakes. This time I used milk instead of water. No reason. Just to try it.

Cupcake Burger Buns

They were good, too. And this time I used paper liners to ensure the right color cupcake bun.

Brownie Burgers

Now it’s time to assemble. Cut each cooled cupcake in half or thirds depending on how tall it is. Cut out 24 circles from the completely cooled brownies and place in between the cupcake bun.
I used my ever so handy graduated circle cutters to do the trick. Size 2″ for uniform burgers.

Then… and this might be the most important thing.

Take a break and dispose of the scraps……


… You’ll figure something out.

Next up. Frostings.


Divide the canned frosting in three bowls. Two can have equal amounts for the mustard and ketchup. The third – a little more for the lettuce. The colors I used to tint were, Wilton Leaf Green, Wilton Golden Yellow, and Americolor Super Red.



Frosting Condiments

To make the red a little deeper, use a tiny bit of violet when you mix. Place each color in a ziploc bag and snip a small tip off one corner.

Brownie Burger Cupcake

Gently squeeze out the mustard and ketchup first. Then the lettuce in more of a squiggly design. Place the top of the bun on and press gently.

Now for the finishing touch. Brush a very thin layer of water over the top of the bun or either dab a few drops of water on with your finger. Sprinkle sesame seeds on top and they’ll stick.

There you have it.

Brownie Burger Cupcakes

Brownie Burger Cupcakes

Sugar Cookie French Fries

And Sugar Cookie French Fries.

Hamburger Brownie Burger Cupcakes & Cookie Fries

A perfectly sweet meal for Dad’s day or any day.

Brownie Burger Cupcakes & Cookie Fries

And, if you use this template, there’s a blank french fry holder in it. Use it and you can serve these for a family cookout or Fourth of July party.

Brownie Burger Cupcakes & Cookie Fries

People will go crazy for them, don’t you think.

Thick Brownie Burger Cupcake

Man, that’s one good looking burger. So thick … and…

Burger Bite

Tasty, too! Hope you like them.

Now, I’m curious. When it comes to mixes, how do you roll?
Use them? Refuse them? Or improve them?

Chrish said...

I am a scratch baker, except for white cake. I haven’t been able to find a recipe yet that matches the moistness and tenderness of boxed white cake.

May 31, 2010 07:09 PM
Lisa said...

Yes, Bakerella?…Are you there? Oh good. I would like to order a couple of brownie burgers please with a side of fries…make that ummmmm….20 orders could you? Is that possible? I think I have a 2 for 1 coupon!
heehee Seriously-if you hear the sound of a distant sonic boom, that is not the shuttle, it’ll be my family and friends reaction when I make these for our next party!

May 31, 2010 08:34 PM
Kristin Morris said...

I adore baking from scratch, but something about quick and easy boxed cakes works too! Except, I definately improve the box mix. I can’t say what my secret weapon is, but its yummy, and they are super moist and delicious! Love this idea, definaltey will try it for the 4th!!! I can hear it now, “oh the fireworks! OH THE CUPCAKE-BROWNIE-COOKIE-BURGERS!!!” :D

June 1, 2010 12:32 PM
Jenn said...

You have a great blog & this freebie is great! What a clever & AMAZING idea that is sure to be a hit. Thanks for sharing. I’ve linked to it on my blog:

Hope you’ll stop by sometime!

June 1, 2010 06:30 PM
Yazzie said...

I love these so cute!!! Can’t wait to make them, you’re such an inspiration…. And I usually do both, sometimes I bake from scratch and sometimes I use box mixes. Just depends on the situation.

June 3, 2010 02:58 AM
Shana said...

I made the burger cupcakes over the weekend for a BBQ and every one loved them. The kid were calling them Kabby patties from Sponge Bob and couldn’t wait to eat them. Thank you for putting this up.

June 3, 2010 10:04 PM
Kim @Domestic Geek Girl said...

These are SO cute! I have spent the day making these little cuties for our Father’s Day Celebration tomorrow. You actually inspired me to buy some Wilton colors, I’m a cake wreckerator. :) I haven’t iced them yet, but they are looking SO Cute. I made a couple “Double Whoppers” for the big eaters in our family. I’ll post a pic on my blog so you can see!

As for mixes, I LOVE them and use them alot. Brownie mixes are great when used with something else (like ice cream or frosting). Brownies by themselves need to be from scratch though. Frosting, however, must be made from scratch. and cake mixes are my friend. Cake is, after all, only a vehicle for getting the frosting into my mouth. :)

June 5, 2010 04:53 PM
Judy said...

They are sooooooo adorable!! Thank you for such a great idea – especially for using the mixes. Fantastic blog!

June 7, 2010 07:06 AM
Annabelle said...

I hope you still read comments after over 700!

How did you make the tissuepaper design. I’d like to make one for birthdays, anniversary, mother’s day etc. Thanks ever so much.

June 7, 2010 07:24 AM
Diane said...

I use them as a starter, with adaptations for a custom flavor.

June 7, 2010 07:32 AM
Tanya said...

The hamburger cupcakes are adorable and seem a little less time consuming than the cake pops. So cute!!!

I do use mixes, mostly for brownie bites. I have used recipes from the “Cake Doctor” to help a mix taste more homemade in a pinch.

June 7, 2010 08:07 AM
Jehnay said...

I’ve seen these done with colored coconut as the lettuce. Now, I’m the kinda girl who doesn’t like a whole lot of frosting on my cupcakes. But then again I’ve never been coconut’s biggest fan either. I was trying to think of something to substitute for the “cheese” layer of frosting. Perhaps the yellow colored Fruit Roll-Ups or just a square of fondant. I’d imagine the fondant would taste a bit better though. I’d definitely love to give these a try. But I have SO many recipes in my queue already!

June 7, 2010 08:42 AM
Sarah said...

I’m having a cookout Saturday, and although I didn’t need anything else on my list of things to do, I’ve just added one! These are amazing with the cookie fries. Never would have thought of that one.
I love scratch, but have to go the mix route when time is of the essence, or with things like this that I plan to spend so much time on presentation for.

June 7, 2010 08:56 AM
Katie said...

I use mixes more often than I bake from scratch. I’m a married college student who also works full time, so my love of baking is limited to the amount of time I have outside all that other stuff!

June 7, 2010 11:50 AM
Roberta said...

These are so good looking. They seem pretty easy to do for the unaccomplished baker too. I think I’m going to try these.

June 7, 2010 02:03 PM
Roberta said...

I do use mixes also. Sometimes we get a craving for a good ol “box” cake. I don’t ever think there’s anything wrong with using them no matter what your purpose.

June 7, 2010 02:05 PM
Anonymous said...

they r amazing

June 7, 2010 05:33 PM
Susan said...

These are adorable!! I do occasionally use mixes, but NEVER canned frosting. YUCK!! I always make my own from scratch–it’s really easy and tastes so much better!!

June 7, 2010 09:02 PM
karen p said...

these are too cute!! My SIL makes ‘hamburgers’ out of nilla wafers and some other ingredients. I love the creativness

June 7, 2010 11:47 PM
Abigail said...

One of our customers made your “hamburgers” for their poolside party ….couldnt be cuter

June 8, 2010 02:04 PM
Tracey said...

I will totally use mixes!!! to cake mixes I’ll add a pkg of pudding mix and 1/2cup sour cream along with the asked for ingredients to make them moist! Yumm! :)

June 8, 2010 07:47 PM
Laura said...

Forget the store bought versus home made cake debate – Bakerella doesn’t like coconut! Bakerella doesn’t like coconut! Bakerella doesn’t like coconut! You are not alone! (It is so amazing that I am not alone! – Sometimes it feels like I am)

June 9, 2010 01:02 AM
Wendy said...

HOnestly, these are super cute, but I think my husband would be SORELY disappointed that the hamburgers were not, in fact, meat.

But he would get over it!

June 9, 2010 01:50 PM
Leigh-Anne Dennison said...

These are always my favorite kinds of ideas. I love the FRIES you came up with! I can imagine doing slices of cheese out of tinted fondant or gum paste.

Regarding mixes, depends on the situation but often I use them AND improve them!

June 9, 2010 01:57 PM
Katrina said...

Okay… I think I can do this one. This looks more up my alley as far as what I can afford and already have. I wouldn’t mind making the cupcakes and brownies from scratch though. Mmmm…. NOMS! Now… to try and make sugar free cupcake brownie burgers. Hmmm…

June 11, 2010 03:02 PM
Lori P. said...

I just wanted to thank you for posting this idea! I made them tonight for a BBQ with my parents and they were a hit! So easy to make…and sooo yummy!!! Every cupcake should have a brownie in the middle!! Thanks!

June 12, 2010 07:39 PM
Loretta said...

So very cute! Wish I had that kind of patience for stuff…although I would have trimmed the brown edges off the first cupcakes long before I would have baked 2 doz. more! LOL! Great job!!

June 12, 2010 09:50 PM
Nikki said...

These are adorable! LOVE the “fries”!

Anyone looking for an even faster tiny SWEET burger, try this:

Nilla Wafers for the buns
Peppermint Patties for the burger
Frosting for ketchup/mustard
Green (food coloring) coconut for lettuce
And add sesame seed with a little water, as described above.

Just put your bottom “bun” and peppermint patty in the oven for a minute or so to melt the chocolate to the cookie. Then assemble and squish a little to adhere the layers.

Kids can even help!

June 13, 2010 04:09 PM
Naomi Perez said...

Awesome!! I know I can always count on your website for cute ideas. Going to try this for my son’s 4th bday. Cant wait for your book!!

June 15, 2010 10:16 AM
Nicola said...

I actually laughed out loud while reading what to do with the brownie leftovers. I think this would be amazing for my husband, if only he’d stay out of the house long enough for me to make them as a surprise!

June 15, 2010 01:58 PM
Veronica said...

so cute!! Thanks for the idea

June 15, 2010 04:12 PM
lisa waineo said...

How cool. This is a really awsome idea. Thank you so much for sharing.

June 16, 2010 09:26 AM
cb said...

I’d use strawberry jam as the “ketchup” for the “fries”

June 16, 2010 11:24 AM
Donna said...

Awesome. I just found your site, I love it. I love these!

June 17, 2010 08:56 AM
Camille said...

These are adorable! I’m thinking about trying them out for 4th of July. :)

I love making cupcakes from scratch, don’t get me wrong! But I see absolutely nothing wrong with using a mix once in a while. I like to save the time consuming mixing and measuring for more complex flavor combinations.

They usually use pretty high quality ingredients in the boxed stuff and they’re basically fool proof, so they’re great in a pinch especially when you want to spend more time decorating than baking.

June 17, 2010 11:47 PM
Kristen said...

WOWZA! We are so impressed! My hubby and I have dessert bars at our open houses and Realtor tours, this fast food just inspired us for sure! Now dreaming up new ideas for our SWEET homes theme! You are rockin’!

June 18, 2010 09:19 PM
Arps said...

This is AMAZING!! Love your ideas

June 19, 2010 07:36 AM
Jennifer said...

I made these for our school’s end of the year “Summer Jam” bake sale. They were very easy. One hint is to use a cake torter to slice the cupcakes evenly. I didn’t make the fries this time, but I was thinking about what could be used for ketchup. Saw the strawberry jam idea, any others? Tinted vanilla pudding? Thank you, Bakerella!!

June 19, 2010 12:09 PM
Kimberly Ganir said...

Just made them and they turned out adorabe!! Gonna post on my blog in a few, once I get it all cleaned up!! Such a fun idea!

June 19, 2010 10:03 PM
Brooke said...

Just made these for my dad and hubby this weekend. Everybody LOVED them! Thanks Bakerella.

June 20, 2010 07:26 PM
nana said...

Thanks for your great ideas! I would like to make the burgers for my grandson’s birthday party, but I need to change the writing to happy birthday instead of happy father’s day can I do it and can you please tell me how Thanks again you great ideas!

June 21, 2010 01:40 AM
nana said...

I would like to make the brownie burgers for birthday party how can i change the font happy fathers day to happy birthday please canyou e-mail me back thanks so much, your ideas are gret love them.

June 21, 2010 09:36 PM
Tricia said...

These are the cutest!!! Thank you so much for providing the french fry bag/basket template. I saw this just in time to make some cookies for a 13-year old boy who LOVES junk food!!! Your blog is the greatest!!!
As far as mixes, I use them for cakes and brownies occasionally.

June 22, 2010 11:55 PM
Mindy said...

I made 2-6″ cakes for a party instead of the cupcakes..still really cute.the fries are addicting

July 4, 2010 07:44 PM
Robyn Lynn said...

I made these for Canada Day/4th of July weekend, and they were such a great success…everyone was talking about them! My 2 year old couldnt figure out why they looked like burgers and tasted like cake! Too cute. Here is the fbook pic:

July 5, 2010 12:53 AM
Amy said...

Wow! I originally saw these at etsy, thanks for showing us. They are adorable!

July 6, 2010 11:51 PM
sadie said...

i finally made the cupcakes today. I couldn’t find a 2″ cookie cutter or biscuit cutter for the life of me (hobby lobby, joanns, walmart, and so on) but I had a 2″ tin that held some reallly tiny fondant shape cutters so it ended up working out…didn’t have to use the cup cake pans as planned. once i put the top bun on you could see the “lettuce” or “mustard” as well or at all. guess i should have looped it down further on the brownie.

July 22, 2010 05:09 PM
Pau said...

love it!

July 30, 2010 12:59 AM
Janet Harper said...

I am going to use these as my centerpiece along with a bottle of Coca-cola on a tray for my 50′s themed recognition. Each placesetting is going to have a “soda” made out of crinkled paper with a pink carnation on the top with a red rose bud as the cherry. I think this will look just super.

janet from ohio

August 1, 2010 08:05 PM
Megan said...

I’ve made these at least 10 times now. I love serving a small (jello-shot) sized cup of red frosting -aka ketchup- in the basket.

I always use coconut for lettuce and real sesame seeds, looks the most realistic. I prefer the look of the cupcake/bun without the liner indents..but its just so much easier to peel off papers than dig out cupcakes that might be burnt.

A tip- freeze the cupcakes and brownies before cutting them. They’re way less crumbly and less sticky during assembly.

Thanks for the tutorial!

August 19, 2010 08:33 AM
Michelle V. said...

I made these for a going away party. They were a HUGE hit. I ended up giving several people the website address and one co-worker is making them for her son’s birthday party. Thank you for the blank template so i was able to add my own saying on them . Thanks Bakerella for your awesome ideas! I included a picture, but it’s not the greatest. People ate them too fast. lol

August 20, 2010 02:20 AM
Candy said...

I just made these for my boyfriend and he LOVED them! He’s taking the extras to work to show them off and share!
Thank you so much for the templates!!!!!

August 23, 2010 11:57 PM
Jenna said...

currently obsessed. and bravo for using mixes. it’s the details you should spend the time on, which you clearly did :) these are great!

August 27, 2010 10:16 AM
Leah Altizer said...

I made these today. They were fun and easy and they turned out ADORABLE! Thanks for the idea.

August 29, 2010 07:59 PM
Jen said...

I dipped 1/4 of each cookie fry in red royal icing to look like ketchup. Try it, it looks really good.

September 11, 2010 07:14 AM
sophie said...

wow that is sooooooo cool

September 13, 2010 01:50 AM
Veronica said...

I use them and improve them :)
I have also done from scratch, and yes it does taste better, but not that much after improving the box mix. I have a 2 year old, he needs my time more than a from scratch mix. So boxes it is until more time presents itself!

September 14, 2010 01:59 PM
Emily said...

So cute but the calories are killing me!

September 28, 2010 09:02 PM
Tracy said...

I made these burgers for my sons 6th birthday party at Hungry Jacks (Burger King in America). The kids absolutely loved them and gave me a 25 out of 10.. All the staff at the store had to stop by and have a look and wanted the recipe. i told them to check out your website.. Thank you for such a brilliant site and I have all ready been looking for your book in Australia. As for pre-mixes I use them all the time and it doesnt affect the taste (with 4 kids, starting from scratch is tooo time consuming!)

October 16, 2010 07:30 AM
Karen said...

These were such a hit at my son’s birthday party. I bought some paper burger clamshell trays from a local burger place because I didn’t want to make the trays. I made the fry packages out of regular paper, which worked fine. Also, my brownie circles didn’t come out so well, so I ended up making brownie patties, just like making a hamburger patty. It actually looked even more realistic! Here’s a not-so-good picture.

October 23, 2010 04:28 PM
mcdonald girl said...

i LOVE fast food so im sure these will taste great. good idea!

October 24, 2010 03:50 PM
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November 16, 2010 04:23 PM
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November 16, 2010 04:24 PM
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November 16, 2010 04:25 PM
Emily said...

I made these for a fundraiser and they FLEW off the plate. They were so easy and they’re so yummy!!

At work, I’ve now been dubbed “Bakezilla”. It’s not as nice as Bakerella, but at least it gives you some credit since you’re where I get all my ideas! Thanks!!

November 18, 2010 05:57 PM
HELP said...

how do u cu the cupcake in half withou breaking it?

November 20, 2010 12:22 PM
HELP said...

i meant *cut*

November 20, 2010 12:22 PM
Laia said...

Hello, I am a Spanish girl and I love to cook, especially desserts. Yesterday I discovered your site and I love it, you’re an artist. Thanks for all these wonderful recipes.

December 18, 2010 05:23 AM
Susan said...

I don’t even know what to say – you are amazing!

Susan www.

January 3, 2011 03:34 PM
Whitney said...

I’m thinking, how CUTE would it be to include a little dish of “ketchup” frosting to dip the “fries” in? :)

January 3, 2011 07:58 PM
Las flagush said...


January 5, 2011 03:47 PM
Cashy154 said...

That is one awsome looking cupcake.

January 7, 2011 05:15 PM
Hannah said...

Definitely improve them!

January 16, 2011 10:20 PM
Jayne said...

I made 50 of these for my daughter’s class and they were a huge hit. So creative and fun. Thank you for sharing this amazing treat! I used Melita size 1 coffee filters for the fries and did print and cut out 50 of those baskets….

January 30, 2011 09:25 AM
Ali said...

Oh goodness these are the cutest things I’ve ever seen! Are they sickeningly sweet though?

I love boxed mixes because I don’t have lots of time to bake from scratch, but I always make my own frosting, canned ones are usually too sweet for me.

Thanks for the rolling pin rubber bands link! That will be super helpful for my next batch of cut out sugar cookies!

January 31, 2011 01:57 PM
Enire D. said...


These are sooo amazing! As a matter of fact- I think I have to run to the store…


February 4, 2011 06:58 PM
Diana said...

Too Cute! Ima make these for my boyfriend on Valentines Day cause he always complains that i need to make food and stop baking soo much (:

February 4, 2011 07:15 PM
Laura said...

I really love all of the things you make. They are so imaginative and a real inspiration. I am going to have my first go at cake pops hopefully this afternoon. I really like your fast food meal. I know someone who it would be great for.

February 5, 2011 04:24 AM
Amber said...

Whoops these cuties are on cake wrecks

February 6, 2011 11:22 AM
haylee vieregg said...

these are the cutest/ most appetizing cupcakes I have ever seen! I bet they are a hit at parties!

February 17, 2011 06:54 PM
Anonymous said...

On the Tray Templet how are you suppose to print the red and white squares and then have the white like that? Also could you make the french fry templet on anything other than vellum?

February 19, 2011 02:09 PM
Abby said... said...

O my gosh! These are so adorable,I need to make them some day.

February 21, 2011 04:48 PM
Anonymous said...

this is really awsome and taste delirious

March 1, 2011 03:01 PM
Crystal said...

My mom has a couple of books from the cake mix doctor, I have the cupcake book. We can take a mix and make it taste homemade.

March 18, 2011 11:42 AM
Luci said...

Oh my god! Its the better idea of the year for me !

March 19, 2011 07:24 PM
Emily said...

I love this. Betty Crocker recently posted about how to do this with cookies. Would you mind if I feature your blog and some of your photos in an upcoming post?

March 21, 2011 07:45 PM
Shelly Brown said...

I made these today – sooooooo easy….and so adorable. They came out just like the picture…for the french fries however I used a pound cake and a crinkle cut knife and did a small paper cup of red frosting in the tray for “ketchup! …I got RAVE reviews from everyone – they not only look great they taste great too!

March 27, 2011 07:23 PM
Irina said...

I completely became OBSESSED with these when I found them. However, I didn’t get a chance to make them for like a month (so sad). But when I finally did, I quasi-adjusted the recipe and made them into what I like to call “brownie slider cupcakes”.

Check it out:

And thanks for the inspiration! You’re AMAZING, Bakerella!

March 27, 2011 08:21 PM
Angie said...

When I made these I didn’t have time to let the brownies cool for a couple of hours. As I was getting them out of the pan they were coming apart. I decided to press them a little flatter and shape them by hand. They were not as fluffy but they looked more like real hamburgers. The kids loved them. My children along with others now request that I bring the burgers everywhere. They love them!

March 28, 2011 12:27 AM
bridget said...

just made these for my sons birthday….awesome instructions….turned out absolutely adorably perfect…..only thing I did different was used a coarse sugar sprinkle for the tops instead of sesame seeds.

April 3, 2011 05:14 PM
Cupcakes love said...

OMG! This is fabulous!

April 5, 2011 01:39 PM
Kyra said...

I am definitely refuse it… just because you can do a zillion times more flavors from scratch.

April 17, 2011 04:12 PM
Michele said...

I made these last year for the fathers in our church for Father’s Day. They were a huge success! I made a few changes of my own, such as coloring coconut flakes green to resemble shredded lettuce and making fondant that I colored yellowish orange and rolled out and cut into squares for cheese for the burgers. I also baked the brownie patties in my muffin tin and that worked out great! No scraps (although I wouldn’t complain about eating the scraps!) and the edges were nice and smooth and the exact size as the cupcakes. One more change I made was I used a crinkle cutter to cut out the sugar cookie fries. This was a very fun project for me. :-)

April 23, 2011 11:37 PM
Lydia said...

RESERVE the extra strips!? NO WAY! THESE babies are going to Mouthsville!

April 27, 2011 08:26 PM
Beverly said...

I made these for our Women’s Missionary Society meeting this month (I was the hostess). I did a picnic theme menu. Hot dogs, baked beans and potato salad. You know, all the thing you would have on a spring picnic. I served these for dessert and the ladies went wild for them! I had several ladies who thought they weren’t real, that they were party favors. Thanks for the great idea. Now I have people wanting me to make them some for an upcoming party-for money! Yea!

May 4, 2011 03:48 PM
Linda Severn said...

I bought the cake -pop cookbook recently and wanted to make some cake-pops for our family reunion, in a couple of weeks. I have looked through the book and also on your website to see if my answer could be found there. No luck, unless I’m blind. Anyway, I am not able to make the cakes and balls just before the party. Can I make them ahead and freeze them? (as they would have to be made to far in advance to just keep them in the fridge.) I know that they would have to be thawed to a point. Any suggestions? Thank-you….. My family will love the cake-pops!

May 10, 2011 05:13 PM
Kira Dykstra said...

I am glad that a fellow serious baker sees the merit in mixes. Sigh. I love recipes from scratch, but mixes allow us to spend more time focusing on the fun part! You are my kind of baker!

May 15, 2011 02:51 PM
siobhan said...

omg that is awsome i am so goin to make that for my dad on fathers day

May 20, 2011 01:02 PM
Taylor said...

I made these for my dad for father’s day and him and his wife both loved them!! I also made some for my little brothers class for his birthday and for my stepmoms working meeting. People keep asking me to make them, because they are DELICIOUS!! Buy some advice from me? J made them the actual size of burgers.. If you email me I’ll let you know. :D

May 25, 2011 02:29 PM
Christina said...

Hi Bakerella! I just made these fabulous cupcakes and they look amazing!! Perfect for memorial day. Thought I would share that instead of using sesame seeds I used white non parel sprinkles and they look great!

May 27, 2011 07:02 PM
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