One of my favourite treats to make apart from cupcakes definitely have to be cakesicles. They are the perfect sized treat and I love that the cake is covered in a hard shell of candy melts or chocolate. It has been a while since I featured cakesicles on the Cakes by Lynz YouTube channel, so I thought for this weeks video tutorial I would make some cute narwhal cakesicles with cute kawaii style faces. Narwhals really are the unicorns of the sea with their distinctive horn, so if you are planning a fun narwhal themed party these would be perfect…
In the video tutorial below I show you how to make these 2 styles of cakesicle, the first is a full narwhal and the second has the narwhal coming out of the sea.
For the cakesicles I used my mini lolly mould and filled this with a coating of candy melts. For the candy melts I used the blue and white Deco candy melts by Funcakes. I have to admit I had never used these before but my local cake store has switched to these and they melt so well. Maybe a little runnier than I would usually use for cakesicles but they were so smooth. I mixed the two colours together to create this nice light blue for the narwhals body.
The shell was then filled with a yummy vanilla sponge cake which was mixed with a small amount of buttercream to combine it all together.
These were so fun to make and I really couldn’t pick a favourite design they are just too cute. I really hope you enjoy watching the tutorial and might find it useful if you are looking for a fun treat to make.
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