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.

boxes

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.

Mixes

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.

Instructions

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.

Rejects

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……

Scraps

… You’ll figure something out.

Next up. Frostings.

Frosting

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.

Frostings

Perty!

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?

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Shonya said...

Your are truly amazing!

May 29, 2011 09:57 PM
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Ash said...

I did try these with a 6 inch cake and the frozen sugar cookies and must say they were easy to make since you made them so easy.. my husband was travelling and coming home on his bday.. I always bake him a cake.. but this year wanted to see if I could make this one…it was so easy…Thanks for that…I did make the Mango cake.. added mango puree concentrate in a yellow box mix instead of water.. and cut into 3 layers.. and frosted the center layer with choc. ganache and used cream cheese frosting for the other two layers….all in all..hubby and kids were super impressed and won some cool extra points for me….God bless you with a long and healthy life.
Love
Ash

May 31, 2011 10:19 AM
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Kim Hughes said...

Look so cute… Im going to try to make them Hamburger and fried for my daughter s 12th birthday.. :)

June 1, 2011 11:46 PM
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PoopySkidder said...

i absalutly think these are adorable my sister is making them for my birthday!!! :)

June 5, 2011 12:19 PM
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Julie said...

OMG… That is the best idea…. I love the quirky little cakes and french fries…. I’ve favoured this site, definately coming back to makes these!

Thank you for sharing and taking awesome pics!

June 8, 2011 05:13 PM
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Daniela Veneziale said...

SO I tried the cupcakes and they came out perfect. I wanted to try someting different for the fries so I made Churros, smaller than the traditonal size. Because they are deep fried and you can put sugar on them they actually look like french fries. I am making these for the ladies at my work next week and I am also foing to add a small container of caramel or chocolate to replicate grazy for dipping the churros in. They were so easy to make. I found this simple recipie on line at : http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/churros/Detail.aspx Courtesy of Delia from Arizona.

Here is the recipie if you want to try it out. Once complete I hope to post some pictures. Thanks Bakerella for the inspiration.

Ingredients
1 cup water
2 1/2 tablespoons white sugar
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 cup all-purpose flour
2 quarts oil for frying
1/2 cup white sugar, or to taste 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

Directions

In a small saucepan over medium heat, combine water, 2 1/2 tablespoons sugar, salt and 2 tablespoons vegetable oil. Bring to a boil and remove from heat. Stir in flour until mixture forms a ball.

Heat oil for frying in deep-fryer or deep skillet to 375 degrees F (190 degrees C). Pipe strips of dough into hot oil using a pastry bag. Fry until golden; drain on paper towels.
Combine 1/2 cup sugar and cinnamon. Roll drained churros in cinnamon and sugar mixture.

Just picked up your Cake Pops book ovr the weekend and making a batch on monkey pops for a Paul Frank themed birthday party this Saturday.

Daniela

June 8, 2011 11:47 PM
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Happy Days Preschoool said...

OMG!!!! These are the cutest thing I have ever seen. Is their anyway you could make a template for a graduation theme. These would be a hit for my son’s party next week. God Bless.

June 12, 2011 09:15 PM
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'Lainey said...

These are so cute! Thank you for the great idea and wonderful instructions! I can”t wait to try and make them myself.
As for mixes vs. scratch~depends on the project. I have not however, found a scratch recipe for white cake that is as light as the box mixes.

June 12, 2011 11:49 PM
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shorty said...

Those r sooooooooo cool! where do u get all of these ideas from?! They r PERFECT 4 father’s day! i think i will have 2 try them! bakerella is the BEST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

June 14, 2011 01:08 PM
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libbywilko said...

These are SOOOO cute.. thanks so much for sharing the printables.

I can’t wait to make these… might have to be before Father’s Day don’t think I can wait til September… here in Australia its a bit later!

June 14, 2011 05:43 PM
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Mera said...

I love these! This would be a perfect addition to a Fourth of July party. Can the words be changed at all?

June 17, 2011 09:01 PM
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I said...

I used classic white cake and the buns looked so more realistic! I made them for my dad for fathers day and he loved them! The fries were really addicting too!!!

~I

June 18, 2011 03:51 PM
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Erin@TheFoodMentalist said...

Super cute!!! What a fantastic idea. Thanks for a great post :)

June 20, 2011 09:49 AM
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Hhappy said...

Mmmmm….. I made these for father’s day and shared the left overs around my office. Boy was I POPULAR today, lol :). Thanks for the awesome (easy) recipe idea! I’m going to make these again as a treat for my daughter’s last week of school… that is, unless I find something even more fun to make!

June 21, 2011 12:08 AM
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Lianne Ryan said...

I made these with my friends! I loved them, they were good. We sold them outside for a bake sale! It was really fun, a ton of people bought them, or complimented my friends and I on them. One flaw to them is that the took FOREVER to make, and we had a ton a cleaning to do!

June 21, 2011 08:34 PM
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Laura said...

I just came to your site to find a cupcake recipe to bring to my husband and his crew members at McDonalds for his birthday next week. These are so perfect!

June 23, 2011 12:51 PM
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Stephanie Gunstream said...

ADORABLE idea!
Is there anyway that you could change to type from “Happy Fathers Day” to “Happy Birthday.” If so, I would SO appreciate it!

June 25, 2011 12:47 AM
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Jenny said...

You have saved me today girl!! I was making “slider” cupcakes for a baby shower for friends who’s last name is Burger. I had the brilliant idea to add fries and serve them in little containers (Or i thought it was my idea!) Well when I tried to find the containers (at the last minute) I could not! I came across your post here and found your template! Thank you so much. You’re my inspiration today!!

June 25, 2011 07:20 PM
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Francesca said...

Made these with my sister for Father’s Day! Took some pictures of them and from a little bit away it looked like we had a table full of hamburgers and fries! We dyed some shredded coconut green and used that has the “lettuce”. The fries were probably the most addicting part! Surprisingly this didn’t take too long to do which is always good. Another great idea!

June 26, 2011 02:54 PM
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Bounce. said...

These are great! Did you know they were featured on BBC Food’s Cake Wall of Fame this Friday? Take a look: http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/food/2011/07/cake-wall-of-fame.shtml

July 3, 2011 07:04 PM
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marissa said...

really cute

July 5, 2011 09:39 PM
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Anonymous said...

we can’t get canned frosting in Australia but i will try it one day!

July 6, 2011 02:43 AM
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Jo and Sue said...

I have made these several times and they never cease to make people smile! Thank you for the link to print the fry and burger holders :) They are always the “icing on the cake” so to speak.

July 8, 2011 03:14 PM
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Meg said...

These are so cute. I might make this for my bf some time (not Father’s Day ones obviously) He loves hamburgers and fries, and he loves my baking. So it would be best of both worlds for him.

July 9, 2011 01:24 PM
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Lucy said...

I made the hamburger cupcakes for my daughter’s day camp bake sale… They were a HUGE hit! Sold out first and were sold at the highest price of $1.00 ea.

Everybody that has seen them were incredibly impressed….and I’ve given this link to many! Beautiful site…beautiful work AND a sense of humor.

Thank you for sharing!!

July 15, 2011 06:41 PM
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Cupcake Fanatic said...

These are amazing!!!
Will definitely be making them very soon!

July 16, 2011 10:45 PM
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ilovecake said...

MUST EAT… MUST SWALLOW!!!!

July 22, 2011 09:26 AM
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just a suggestion said...

how about white sprinkles instead of sesame seeds?

July 22, 2011 06:53 PM
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Clementine said...

Just love these cupcakes! I have made them several times for different occassions and they have always been a huge hit.

July 24, 2011 08:29 PM
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Diana Viera said...

I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your mini burgers and fries!!! They look absolutely adorable! This is something I would definitely make. As far as mixes, I normally bake from scratch but if I had to, I would doctor it up using the WASC recipe.

July 26, 2011 09:13 PM
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Sara said...

I made them for my husband for his birthday. They weren’t as pretty as yours… but decent enough for a first go ’round. :o) Thank you for inspiring me. :o) I think this is going to be the beginning of a new hobby… attempting Bakerella’s masterpieces.

August 4, 2011 09:29 PM
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Bea said...

Wow those are amazing! My mum walked past me and said “Wow those look nice! maybe I could make them for dinner sometime.” And I said “You know they are actually cupcakes…?” Ans she was so surprised! She really thought they were real so amazing job! x

August 17, 2011 01:51 AM
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A said...

U could use shredded coconut with green food coloring for realistic lettucce

August 18, 2011 04:33 PM
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Jessica said...

I’m making these next month for my daughter’s 4th birthday. She is having a Spongebob theme and we must have Krabby Patties lol! So cute…thanks for sharing.

August 19, 2011 06:25 PM
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Signe from Sweden said...

I will make this cake for my dad on Father’s Day I am 11 years old and I like to bake, so it would be fun for me becuase i like to bake and my dad will be happy becuase i made it fore him.

i’m from Sweden and i hope you can understand what i have write :)

I love your blog

September 3, 2011 05:56 AM
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Bea said...

I made these for Father’s Day. They were so yummy but they took ages! Because my Dad has to have all Gluten Free food, GF mixes are too expensive so I had to make all of it from scratch! :o But it was worth it since they turned out great! (Tip: If you don’t have Violet food colouring like me then adding a yellow to the red food colouring will give it a bit more of a dark reddy-orange look)

September 3, 2011 09:39 AM
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maggie said...

omg, i am so excited! i am planning a 2nd birthday party for later this month and these are going to fit in excellently. i can’t wait to try them.

cherryblossomkindoflife.blogspot.com

September 7, 2011 02:34 PM
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jasmin said...

i love these they actully look like real burgers and fries they are so amazing

September 11, 2011 08:38 AM
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Alexa said...

These are adorable!! I will definitely have to try and bake them! Can you taste the sesame seeds on the top of the hamburger bun?

September 20, 2011 12:14 AM
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hereata said...

hello, I don’t speak english, so I write in french …….sorry!
j’ai fait ces “merveilles” pour les 7ans d’une petite fille. emerveillement de tous : grands et petits. j’étais très fière de moi et de ma trouvaille. j’ai fait hamburgers et cake pops. Merci de faire partager avec autant d’amour tout ce que tu fais et découvre. un grand bravo et bonne continuation.

October 6, 2011 05:07 PM
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shaila said...

awesomeee …. make some more fast food fun (subway)

October 8, 2011 03:11 PM
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Alyson McCullough said...

We are having a “Hamburger Dinner” for volunteers of our church and these are going to be perfect for the kids and grown ups! Thanks so much! Love em!

October 9, 2011 04:20 PM
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Elise said...

I made these this weekend and they came out adorable! The only thing was that I made the brownies in a 13×9 pan and it only have me 12 hamburger patties. The cupcake mix also only have me 18 cupcakes. Can you specify how you got 24 cupcakes and brownies? I don’t know what I did wrong besides maybe use a little too much cupcake batter for each cupcake.

October 10, 2011 03:42 PM
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Marie M.C. said...

I use mixes. Such a convenience. I never use the canned frosting. I don’t use butter cream either. Way, way too much sugar. I use a mix of cream cheese and whipped cream. It tastes great and it’s firm enough to pipe. It won’t work for everything but I’m certain it would be fine for something ever so cute as these.

Here’s the recipe.
8 oz cream cheese (I use the block or whipped cream cheese.)
1/2 cup sugar (more or less to taste.)
1 teas. vanilla
2 cups of heavy cream (Try and find the kind that’s NOT ultra-pasteurized. The ultra-pasteurized takes forever to whip up.)

That’s it. If you are using the block cream cheese whip it up with the sugar, then add vanilla and cream. Add cream slowly to avoid splatters. This makes a ton of frosting so feel free to cut recipe in half.

October 21, 2011 01:13 PM
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maria garcia said...

OMG theese are so adorable, I’m going to make for a new years eve party, all the food will be very formal and gpurmet and suprise them with a “junk food” dessert, that should be fun!! thanks for sharing!!

November 8, 2011 10:00 AM
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rose said...

I love you woman! So going to try this!

November 10, 2011 06:05 AM
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gayle morvan said...

Im going to make these for my sons 10th birthday he wants thems for his friends at school which means 30 hamburgers and chips . Its going to be a long 2 days!

November 12, 2011 06:00 AM
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Johanna said...

So cute!!! Love it!

November 12, 2011 11:07 AM
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Katie said...

I made the brownies in the cupcake pan so that they were the perfect size and no trying to cut out the circles.

December 2, 2011 09:14 AM
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Katie said...

So cute! I used chocolate cake for the hamburger part!

December 4, 2011 04:42 PM
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Alexia said...

Wow they look so good!! I am going to attempt at making some cookie chips for a christmas meal side dish, and use jam as ketchup. I really do love your blog. I really want to get into the baking business. Everything here is just so cute!!!

xx

December 13, 2011 02:38 PM
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Michaela said...

Can you help me, i have a problem what is canad frosting? I live in Austria and i think i can`t buy that in a supermarket.
my mum said i chould make a Fondantgloss is that the same????

December 13, 2011 03:10 PM
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Monica said...

Adore! My daughter’s drama class may do “Grease” this spring; I think these would be perfect for the concession stand. About the sugar cookie “fries” spreading – maybe a butter (shortbread) cookie dough would work better?

December 20, 2011 02:01 PM
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Jennifer said...

I made these for my family, folks and in-laws and they were blown away by how totally adorable they were! Bakerella, you have given me so many fun ideas, I am so thankful!!

December 29, 2011 05:13 PM
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Mandy said...

I just made these for a friend’s birthday and they turned out great! I had some extra icing so I made orange and spread it on the bottom bun for cheese. So glad I ran across this blog.

Oh, and how annoying for all these comments that are backhanded: “I don’t use mixes”, “I prefer to bake from scratch”, blah blah blaaaaaaah. Keep your baking ego in check and to yourself, this idea is adorable and you’re all lucky it was shared :)

January 7, 2012 01:42 AM
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Christine said...

Wow! Thank you so much! Love this!!!!

January 22, 2012 10:55 PM
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vannessa said...

I almost always use a cake mix for my cakes. Always Betty Crocker super moist mixes. They are genius in a box haha I made my sisters wedding cake, Two massive hearts, one choc, one vanilla covered in Ivory fondant and decorated with butterflies, roses, ribbon and vines and a proffessional cake maker asked me for my receipe as she loved it and wanted to try it (she was shocked it was from a box ;) )

January 23, 2012 03:39 PM
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Sisterhood Of The Sensible Moms said...

Found this through Pinterest all of these years later. Just wow! So cute! Look forward to making them.

January 24, 2012 08:53 AM
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Nanna said...

Love these! I work at a bakery, but we don’t make cutesy things like this. We do make everything from scratch, so when I get home and wanna bake I use mixes. I make my own frosting though. And I definitely tinker with the mixes, yogurt, b-milk, creams, add egg yolks, etc.

January 24, 2012 05:37 PM
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Amanda said...

I am doing a birthday party with a pink theme. Do you know if it is possible to get the diner baskets in pink instead of red? Thanks!

January 26, 2012 07:27 PM
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kelsey said...

That looks better than mcdonalds happy meals.super cute girlfriend

January 27, 2012 04:04 PM
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Anna said...

I LOVE these. I plan to do these for my little boy’s 1st birthday party this Spring. Is there a way I can adjust the template for Happy 1st Birthday?

January 30, 2012 01:56 PM
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Emily said...

Alright, I have two questions. One, how would the frosting taste mixed with the brownie? And two, where do you think i could find another template? Like, a graduation one?

January 30, 2012 06:09 PM
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Chef Stacy said...

These are so cute. I am definitely going to try these – but they’ll have to be gluten free :-) SO in answer to your question: scratch, mix, or dr the mix – even though gluten free and other allergen friendly mixes have come a long way in the almost 25 years I’ve been baking for family with food “issues”, I’m still a from scratch baker. I started decorating cakes just over two years ago and virtually everything I use is made from scratch in order to deal with both being Gluten Free and accommodating other allergens.

January 31, 2012 05:36 AM
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King said...

OMG! I saw these “burgers” featured on a Superbowl treats featurette before I watched Chronicle tonight in the theatre – what luck, now I know how to make them! thanks and awesome work

February 5, 2012 02:45 AM
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Anonymous said...

oh my gosh these are too cute want to try to make these some day. great job :-)

February 17, 2012 06:36 PM
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1999mary said...

these are sooooo cute I’m doing them for my brothers boy scout meeting thing and its a competition i TOTALY think he is going to WIN!!!

February 22, 2012 08:32 PM
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Lora said...

I AM SO EXCITED TO DO THIS FOR OUR 50′S PARTY! SCRATCH VS. MIX, I’M A BIT OF A BAKING SNOB, I RARELY USE A MIX, IT’S REALLY NOT MUCH FASTER. THE FLAVORS AND TEXTURES OF SCRATCH, OUTWEIGH ANY MIX. ADAPTING THIS RECIPE WILL BE EASY FOR MY HOMEMADE RECIPES.

February 27, 2012 11:47 AM
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Lillian said...

What an awesome idea to do for my daughter’s class. Was trying to think of something different when her birthday came around to share with her class and this will fit the bill perfectly.
And by the way, I prefer to do most of my baking by scratch so I know exactly what everybody is eating but in a pinch I use a box mix with only 12oz of any flavor pop desired and bake it. It’s fast, moist and very tasty. I have also done some experimenting with this by using fruit flavored soda and adding fruit to the top after baked and sugar free whipped topping. It’s always a big hit in our home. :0)

February 29, 2012 04:17 PM
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Ginny @ Organizing Homelife said...

I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE these! I featured them on my blog: http://www.organizinghomelife.com/archives/2334 Thanks for the great idea. :)

March 2, 2012 08:19 AM
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Grace V. said...

I use them! I use less milk and butter that way!! :) :)

March 15, 2012 03:43 AM
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chaya said...

Wow…. can you make the thing not to be “happy fathers day” and change it into something that rocks? I love you bakerella

March 21, 2012 10:10 AM
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Jessie said...

Wow I am making these for my end of the school year( like summer bbq stuff like that) and i can’t wait to see everyone reaction!!!!!!!!!

March 23, 2012 10:43 AM
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claire said...

this is so epic! thanks for the extra tips! my dads cousin made some like this but with fondant for the cheese, so delish!

March 29, 2012 06:29 AM
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michelle said...

oh, shoot. I have got to make some

April 10, 2012 11:50 AM
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lint said...

woow, how great. I am going to make these for my little boys birthday….Yummy

April 19, 2012 03:02 PM
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Candy said...

I was wondering is there anyway I can change the father’s day., was wanting to make these for my son for his birthday.. Don’t know how you did that on the tissue paper and on the french fries bag.. Hope you can help me out

April 19, 2012 10:01 PM
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Titia said...

These are AWESOME!!!! I tend touse mixes, but if it a rainy day, I love to bake from scratch. There is something about it that is so satisfying.:)

April 21, 2012 02:46 PM
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Titia said...

Sorry about the typo… I ment to use, not touse:)

April 21, 2012 02:47 PM
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Claire said...

Too cute I love that idea it looks super good too!

April 22, 2012 02:50 AM
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Stephanie O said...

I can’t stop smiling — these are ADORABLE!!!!!!

April 26, 2012 09:11 AM
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ashlyn said...

cute i try to make them for my brothers birtday didnt look good but tasted good

April 27, 2012 07:06 PM
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veronica said...

crabby patty

April 30, 2012 09:12 PM
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yeah! said...

sooooooooooo cool <3

May 4, 2012 09:28 AM
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Selene Maya said...

Hi:
I’m mexican, today I bought your book, I’m very excited with it. But is there any place near, when I can learn more? I’m at a inestable job situation and I want to start a small home business (craft bassed) and I need to learn very well to make beautiful and good quality cake pops, like book photos.

Congrats!!!, your work is incredible, creative and bellísimo

May 5, 2012 08:38 PM
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Sandy Jones said...

I love these. I’m going to make them for my son’s birthday for his classroom party. Any chance you might make a Happy Birthday template for the velum and fries holder?

May 7, 2012 07:39 PM
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cupcake3164 said...

I love how you made sugar cookies and cupcakes look like real french fries and hamburgers. I thought of trying out the idea for my dad. You are so creative! :) I also tried making bunny cake pops for the first time. I loved how they turned out and I’m so glad I made them. I’ve decided to make more for mother’s day and I bet my mom would love them.

May 11, 2012 07:02 PM
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jahaira said...

U don’t have any blank templates for the paper which says happy father’s day? The paper that goes on the box :) thanks!

May 15, 2012 03:59 PM
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FLOR said...

Loved it!!!!! I’m gonna try it in Argentina…. hope i find all the ingredients …… I’ll try them for my kid’s brithday…..

May 16, 2012 03:10 PM
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Mary Jane said...

You are SO clever, and SO generous to share these gorgeous creations. Thank you.

May 23, 2012 05:31 AM
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Dalit said...

Thanks for the idea. I made them according to your directions and they cam out amazing! Also the attached template made my life easier! I got so many compliments! Thanks!

May 27, 2012 02:16 PM
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Tara said...

I want to make them so bad they look so cute in the pics

June 2, 2012 08:22 PM
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sue said...

These burgers and fries are SO cute!! Personally I used to use mixes all the time…till SOY ruined my life….and taught me to use all scratch all the time. I have yet to find a cake recipe that I love, but am working on it!!

June 6, 2012 09:29 AM
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Darleya said...

Wow, thank you so much for posting this ‘how to’ and the templates! I’m doing this for this father’s day. I’ve already printed all the material, and plan to make the fries today. If only my baby girl would fall asleep!

:)

June 14, 2012 03:19 PM
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Julia Forshee said...

This is the cutest idea!! WE are sharing it on our website allthingswithpurpose.com for Father’s Day!!

June 16, 2012 08:23 AM
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Laura said...

Hello. These are adorable. I have a question, I am trying to make these right now and its not working. When I cut the cupcakes and start putting it all together it crumbs. Any tips?

June 16, 2012 03:27 PM
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Jazmine said...

I made these yesterday! I agree it’s better to spread out the work. I couldn’t find the red color you suggested so I used Wilton no taste red with violet and it did the trick! Thanks for sharing!

June 17, 2012 10:21 AM
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Katsclown said...

I made these for Fathers’ Day. They turned out adorably and tasted good, too. I will definitely be using this idea for my greatgrand’s birthday in October. Thanks soooo much for sharing.

June 17, 2012 03:56 PM
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Antoinette Napoli said...

I am interested in ordering some hamburgers and French fries.

June 20, 2012 07:33 PM
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Natalie said...

FINALLY! a cute cupcake that doesnt need good frosting skills! Thanks so much!

June 23, 2012 08:34 PM
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