This Friday Flashback is celebrating the Kansas Sesquicentennial tomorrow!
Celebrate with candy sunflowers!
Use melted yellow candy coating for the petals and melted chocolate chips for the centers. Print out the sunflowers and then cover the sunflower template with wax paper. The sunflower template was just a “guide” to keep me from getting too far off track.
Here is the sunflower template I used.
Fill ziploc bags with the melted candy, snip of a tiny corner of the bag and pipe the melted candy onto the wax paper using the guide underneath.
Once the candy is completely cool and hard you have a sunflower cupcake topper!
You might also be interested in this fun sunflower cake made from Twinkies or these sunflower cupcakes!
Happy 150th Birthday Kansas!
Love these! I am a cupcake-aholic. The method you use gives for endless decorating possibilities!
I love this idea. Thanks! Here’s an award for you…
This is adorable!!
So cute and cheery! Thank you for teaching us!!!
Now I’m hungry for something very fattening. 🙂
those are really pretty!!
how often did you have to reheat the candy between making the sunflowers?
Happy Kansas Day to you, too! My daughter just got home from “Kansas Day” at school and loves it – her teacher made the sunflower/twinkie cake! Love your blog and your fabulous creativity. Thanks for sharing your talents with us!
What is the melted ‘candy coating’? (Sorry, I’ve never seen it.)
WOW! They’re Delightful!
adorable!! we were just watching KCPT start the ceremonies for this. you should add a little KU in red to this also…just kidding 🙂
AWESOME!!! last night i was searcing all over the web for something like this to do for my daughters b-day!!!!This seems do-able to me!!!Thanks so much!!!=)I’m excited to try this!
Wow these are so adorable!! I can’t wait to try them out! Thanks for the awesome idea 🙂
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