Conquer The Dessert World With Your Own Minion Army
Got Minion fever? The only prescription is more Minions. Here's how to turn them into adorable sweet treats. Because you can.
Let's start with the cake. One thing you need to know about Minions is that they love bananas.
Next come the signature Minion details. For this cake, they were created using a pliable, sweet dough-like paste called fondant, aka adult Play-Doh, that can be colored, rolled out into sheets, and cut into shapes. "My first attempt at covering a cake with fondant and it worked!" — Christina
This video shows how to make it. It can be pretty sticky at first, but keep working it and it will do your bidding. Like any true Minion would.
This cake from Blahnik Baker uses a combo of regular icing plus fondant for the details.
More ideas for Minion cakes:
Bakerella is going with cake pops, and includes a great tip for rolling them into just the right shapes.
Rosanna Pansino of shows you how to make individual Despicable Me Minion cupcakes.
If you want to skip the baking and get right to the decorating, Just a Taste has the answer.
Cheeky Kitchen turns ordinary marshmallows into Minions for pops or cupcake toppers.
A Spoonful of Sugah (not a typo) wants to teach you how to turn fondant into a million little Minions for cakes, cupcakes, and any sort of madness you're up for.
And if you want immediate Minion domination, order up a load of Limited Edition Despicable Me Minion Tic Tacs
See you at the movies!