So I have a photo album waiting for me full of fondant cakes, multi-colored panna cotta, green tea swirl cookies, and even a red velvet cake that I made with beets… That’s not all. There are more pictures than I can keep up with posts haha. So definitely stay posted to witness these beautiful recipes and try them out yourself too! Also make sure that you LIKE the facebook page here so you don’t miss a single post :)
I’m going to try to keep this post short and simple. Up above is a pharmacy fondant cake that I made last year for a close family friend’s mom who got her Ph.D. in Pharmacy. This cake is one of my favorites from the fondant cakes that I have made so far. The best part of making it, other than sampling it, was getting to use the edible food markers! While I was making it, my little sister wanted to help out, so I let her make the cupcakes. We had an edible pink mist spray that she used to color the fondant for those.
For cakes like this, I feel like a general description of how I made it will be much more beneficial than my actual writing out each and every step. This pharmacy cake is a four layered cake; the flavor that you choose for the cake is all up to you. I used the traditional Wilton buttercream recipe and I could have done a better job of sealing the cake, because it did not turn out as smooth as I would have liked. I added orange and yellow food coloring to the buttercream to color it around the typical pharmacy bottle look. As for the fondant pieces, it is basically as you see it. I measured the cake and cut the fondant with scissors for the circle. For the edging, I used a toothpick to make the grooves for the cap. Lastly, for the label, it was a square that I cut out and just wrote on with the edible food markers. It would be helpful, if you are recreating the Walgreens logo, to have an actual medicine bottle out. That way, you can get every curve and swirl of the letters correctly. If not, you can also print out a large copy of the Walgreens logo to have a better template. Feel free to comment below if you have any additional questions and I will try my best to help :)