For Mr. A's Birthday he wanted Robin Hood cupcakes, which translated as green cupcakes with targets on top... ? As I looked around I saw lots of ideas, but I didn't fancy the amount of food coloring it would take to color frosting, nor the steady hand necessary to make a good-looking frosting-target. Then I cam up with a great idea! White Chocolate targets! They still were semi-pastel in color, but they turned out fantastic!
First I printed off a page of arrows and a page of targets the size I wanted. I taped them to the counter and put parchment paper over the top (and taped that down too)
Then I set to melting my white chocolate. I got them from Winco in the bulk section. So melting chocolate.... Not my strong point... so for good instructions on that, sorry, you'll have to look somewhere else... First I did the white outer ring. I put my melted chocolate in a squeeze bottle and squirted it onto the parchment paper. So here is where I struggle. The trick is to get the chocolate good and runny, but not too hot or it will just seize.... But it it isn't hot enough it won't come out... like I said, good luck! Next I did the red rings, then the blue and yellow.
I used plain semi-sweet chocolate chips for the arrows!
Add some greed frosting and stick 'em on top and there you have it! Robin Hood cupcakes! I used a paring knife to smooth the white edges, but obviously they're not perfect, but I'm sure with some practice I can get some awesome ones in the future!
Post pictures of your creations! I want to see what you can do!!!