Christmas Petit Fours

filed under: Cookies on November 16, 2009

 

UPDATED: Full tutorial HERE.

I think, after sugar cookies, petit fours are my new favorite thing to do.

They lend themselves so easily to my ideas.

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See what I use to make these (Oreo!) and how to do it on this post I wrote about Valentine Petite Fours.

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See how I made these here: https://iambaker.net/valentines-petit-four-tutorial/

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I seriously could have made a hundred of these… but no one likes fondant around here, so we (gasp!) just end up throwing them away.

See my full tutorial for making Petite Fours HERE.

 

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  • Amanda Rettke says:

    You are so sweet!! I just use the pre-packaged fondant from Wilton. I use Ateco food coloring to get the wonderfully vibrant colors!!
    I just stopped by your blog and it is beautiful… you are a great photographer!!
    Thanks so much!
    Blessings-
    Amanda

  • Sports car from middle east says:

    Oh Gosh!!!!!!!!!Whats all this??No words to praise your work!!Splendid!!!

  • Veron says:

    The gift-wrapped ones are the best! They make you feel like you wanna undo the ribbons. Great job! The next time you feel like tossing something away, could you send it over to me instead?

  • Term Papers says:

    Belated, but none the less heartfelt, Merry Christmas to you and yours!! And hope the New Year is much better than it appears it is going to be!

  • Di says:

    I join the others in asking “pretty please” for a tutorial (or at least a little more info on how you made them.
    Beautiful!

  • Racing cars from middle east says:

    Sooo cute! The gift-wrapped ones are the best! Great job! The next time you feel like tossing something away, could you send it over to me instead?

  • Racing cars from middle east says:

    Sooo cute! The gift-wrapped ones are the best! Great job! The next time you feel like tossing something away, could you send it over to me instead?

  • Racing cars from middle east says:

    Sooo cute! The gift-wrapped ones are the best! Great job! The next time you feel like tossing something away, could you send it over to me instead?

  • Andreas says:

    i admire your work those are really so fabulous. all i can say is KEEP MOVING FORWARD

  • Julie Turner says:

    Do you sell your products on a website?

  • Yenny Handoko says:

    They are so gorgeous!
    Hope you wouldn’t mind if I borrow your idea
    and just crossing my finger if I’ll get half-nice result compare to your work 🙂
    Happy new year to you and loved ones

  • Zia Elle says:

    So beautifull!!! Great job!!

  • Nanette says:

    Poured fondant is so much tastier than rolled. You can even flavor it. I think of that as traditional petit fours. I have an idea I want to do for my bridal shower – wedding cake shaped petit fours!

  • Megan Pence @ Country Cleaver says:

    Instead of fondant – Candy melts could do the job quite nicely. I hate fondant – and I’m a decorating instructor.

  • nicole {sweet peony} says:

    omg these are the cutest little petit fours ever!! i’m so glad you re-posted these so i could see them 🙂

  • Isa says:

    OMG! These are the cuttesr little thing ever! We all NEED a tutorial! Lol pleeeease! Here in Spain we love fondant, at least me! 🙂 i love your blog!

  • Becky Knepp says:

    If you are using the Wilton pre-made fondant, I don’t blame you for not liking it. I have heard from everyone that has used it that it tastes nasty. I haven’t worked with fondant myself yet (kind of scared since I just got started with cake decorating), but I hear there is an awesome marshmallow fondant recipe out there. If I can get it this week at cake decorating class, I can pass it along if you don’t have it! I have been told, by many now, that it is a very good recipe; however it is best for just covering a cake or cutting 2D things out (3D stuff can take weeks to set from what I was told today).

  • Danie B. says:

    Beautiful! But no wonder your family doesn’t like fondant. The problem is the brand you’re using. Try Satin Ice or even Duff Goldman (Michael’s has it). I’ve tried many of the Duff Goldman products and I think they’re terrific. His fondant has a nice flavor and consistency, and is available in many colors.

    Can’t wait to see your tutorial–I’ve never made petit fours, but I do love to eat them!

  • Skye Malcom says:

    How did you make the bows? These look so amazing!

  • Cathy says:

    Say what?!?!?!? You throw them away??? Please tell me you no longer do this!?!?!?!?! I am such a no-throw-away kind of person!! I will either find someone to take them, or find a way to re-use stuff that I mess up or that didn’t turn out right. I would have GLADLY taken them off your hands! They are too cute!! I am not a huge fondant fan either, but I realized the marshmallow kind is way better than the others… 🙂 I really want to make these now.

  • Emily says:

    It is gorgeous! Also a great idea as a Christmas gift. I’ve never play with fondant before but this is time definitely want to try it. I bet i will find a lot fun. 🙂

    Looking forward more your tutorial.