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Edible birthday cards

very inventive way to give a card and that you are a foodie. Use a wilton impression...happy birthday

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15mins
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ingredients

  • gingerbread dough (posted)
  • melted chocolate, in a piping bag

directions

  • Make up the dough as normal.
  • Cut out a square.
  • With the impression make the Happy Birthday mark in the dough, not too hard but not too shallow either, just practice how hard you press.
  • Bake as normal.
  • Cool then decorate with the person's name and a little design around the outside.
  • Have fun and let me know in a review.
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"very inventive way to give a card and that you are a foodie. Use a wilton impression...happy birthday"
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  1. baking addict
    Sorry, i meant to write : Baby Block :-), and last night i did an entire b-day card for my 14 yr old sister! All ages love it
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  2. ann teapot
    Thanks Camping Queen, just like to spread the knowledge around....Ann
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  3. CampingQueen
    this is such a cute idea especially for kids my niece just loved it
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  4. ann teapot
    very inventive way to give a card and that you are a foodie. Use a wilton impression...happy birthday
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