Monday, June 1, 2009

Red & Blue Party Flags!

These are cute--! And, because I taste-test all of my Coco Cake output (heh heh) I can also say they turned out rather deliciously!!! I think this may have to do with a little special accoutrement called Belgian chocolate sprinkles, also known as "Chocolate Vermicelli." These are so pretty and so much more delicious than the typical waxy Supermarket chocolate sprinkles-- these are made completely from dark chocolate, and they really do melt in your mouth.

One of my mom's oldest friends, Auntie Deni, ordered 4 dozen cupcakes for her son's graduation from SFU. SFU's colour themes are red and blue, so I made 24 party flags in these colours and plunked them in their puffy, swirled vanilla buttercream tops. The chocolate cupcakes were also baked in an assortment of red and blue liners for extra cuteness and colour combinationability. New word by Coco Cake!



Sweet Sharings said...

Hi Lindsay, from myself and on behalf of my students, thank you SO MUCH for the positive comment. You have some pretty amazing creations here too....simply beautiful!

Snooky doodle said...

oh these are nice. Wish to fins some belgian vermicelli.:)

Handmade in Israel said...

Oooh! I am drooling now. They look wonderful!

fazanny said...

Hi there, just found your blog and am in love with what you do! I am a huge cupcakes fan, haha. Just wondering where you get your lovely selection of cupcake liners? :)

Sheila @ tasteduds said...

Wow, I'm really curious what the sprinkles taste like. Where did you get it?

Rich Trawick said...
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Coco Cake Land said...

thanks a bunch everyone!

--fanny, i find my cupcake liners online-- etsy has a great selection. also a nice site called

--i got the sprinkles at a place in vancouver called the gourmet warehouse! they are soooo good. i recommend them, though they are a bit pricey!! :)

Unknown said...

wow.. wow.. wow.. very nice!!!!

where to order cupcake like this ??

can you send to indonesia ?? :)) joke!!!

nice info, and wonderful pics!!

hope someday can try it..

greets from indonesia!

healthy life

Anonymous said...

The chocolate sprinkles you rave about actually aren't really a Belgian thing. Its originally dutch.
Here in the Netherlands we use them to sprinkle on our bread. We like a sweet breakfast. Try them on white bread with butter and a thick layer of sprinkles. In Dutch they are called 'Hagelslag', it means something (freely translated) like 'chocolate rain'.
It's almost every dutch kid's favourite breakfast item.