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Easy No Bake Petit Fours

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Today’s featured Baker is Amanda from I am Mommy

I think, after sugar cookies, these no bake petit fours are my new favorite thing to do.

They lend themselves so easily to my ideas.

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These could not be easier!

All you need is:

1 box Oreo Cakesters

1 package fondant (or you can make your own!)

Food coloring of choice

Simply roll our 5in by 5in pieces of your favorite color of fondant, then place over the cakester.  Smooth down the sides, cut off the excess, then tuck edges under.

Now, decorate to your hearts content!

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Meet Amanda, the talent behind the fantastic and multi-talented blog, I Am Mommy

Amanda loves all things Jesus, baking, photography, and family.  She blogs at the super fun and delicious blog I Am Mommy

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21 Comments

  1. OMG……..Amanda these are incredible!!! you never cease to amaze me with your creativity!! I can’t WAIT to show these to Allison! these will be great for her to try with the fondant!! (she’s 14 and is dying to learn how to use fondant)…….I am SOO bookmarking these for our holiday to do list!!!

  2. These will be perfect! Absolutely perfect for additions to my Christmas baking. I will have to transport my baked goods several hundred miles and I think these will transport nicely. 🙂 Plus they look as great I am sure they will taste. As always THANKS for sharing your Wonderfulness! 🙂

  3. These are so stinking cute! I wonder if I could come up with a manger scene that was tasteful enough to use for the holidays? Or maybe they could be made to look like little ornaments for the tree? Seriously loving this idea you shared with us.

  4. do you have a tutorial/tipson decorating them? i love the idea but havn’t done much with fondant before…will be bookmarking this idea and use it for gifts for my son’s teachers and our friends! too cute!!

  5. These look delicious and so professional! Thank you so much for sharing this super easy idea with us….=)

  6. Wow… I was prepared for a complicated recipe and now I’m not sure what I’m more excited about, how awesome they are or how easy they are! Thanks!!

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