If you are thinking of making a Christmas present for your child’s teacher, I have a suggestion: Good Apple Fairy Cakes.
They are very easy to make.
1st make the Vanilla Fairy Cakes from my previous post up to and including icing them.
You will need:
- Red Sugar Paste
- Brown Sugar Paste
- Edible Gold Glitter Stars.
- Edible Glue
You can find the sugar paste in most supermarkets, they are sold in small packs of 250g
The edible glitter I bought in a baking accessory shop, if you don’t have it, you can substitute with hundreds and thousands.
Take a chunk of red sugar paste and roll it into a ball about 3cm in diameter, using a narrow instrument like a bulbulous cone modelling tool or the end of a thin utensil handle, make a small dent in the top of the ball to shape it like an apple.
Repeat for the amount of cakes you are making.
Next, the apple stalk. Take the brown sugar paste (usually chocolate flavoured so it smells lovely.) pinch a small amount and roll it into a worm shape, then cut into pieces 1cm in length, bend each piece slightly. Using a clean brush, place a small amount of edible glue in the well at the top of each apple and add the stalk.
Sprinkle the gold stars over the top of the cakes and voilà! You’re done!
2 thoughts on “Teacher’s Pet”
Do you have to give them presents? How many in the class? There could a business opportunity there? What about managing a website for teachers’ wish lists. All the customers/children could check online what their teacher wanted. Then when they got it they could post that online so there was no duplication of presents. You could sell ads on the site directed at the 4 – 10 demographic (and the parents as well).
My daughter is only in Montessori at the moment but on the last day of school every child comes bearing gifts for their teachers. I just thought the fact we made ours was a nice touch but some parents went all out!