Ean’s Lego Party

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Ebirthday9My little guy turned four last week! This year, Ean asked for a Lego party. We didn’t do a big party, but E got to have his three cousins (the ones who are old enough) over for a sleepover. We ordered pizza, headed to the park then came back for dessert, lots of legos and a movie.

On the Lego Dessert Table:

Lego Cupcakes

Lego Cookies – Frosted sugar cookies with M&M’s. I did run across the idea on the internet, but have know clue where.

Candy – Yellow Gumballs, M&M’s, Twizzler Bites and Lego Candy.

Jones Soda

We used legos, stripy straws, cut out circles and lots of color to decorate. My mom and dad had bought me the wonderful cakeplate for my birthday…it was perfect! I designed the printables and invites. Jacob, Hannah, Clayton & Nora got legos & candy in their favor bags…which kept them all busy on Friday night.

In the past I have had some pretty crazy projects for Matt to do for the party. This time he  was pretty thankful he only had to construct an E made out of Legos…hey it is basketball season.  He did a pretty good job!

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Jacob’s Lego Cupcakes

I made these Lego cupcakes for an impromptu birthday party/weekend for my nephew Jacob. Normally if you are wanting to make these little Legos I would suggest purchasing this nice little mold and using candy melts. But if, hypothetically speaking, you don’t have enough time to get the molds before you will be needing them, fondant works too! You can make your own fondant or purchase the pre-colored stuff.

Lego Cupcakes

24 baked cupcakes, any flavor

Buttercream Frosting

Fondant – Red, Yellow, Green & Blue

Bright Colored Confetti

Buttercream Frosting 

makes about 3 cups

1/2 cup solid vegetable shortening
1/2 cup (1 stick) butter or margarine softened
1 teaspoon clear vanilla extract
4 cups sifted confectioners’ sugar (approximately 1 lb.)
2 tablespoons milk

In large bowl, cream shortening and butter with electric mixer. Add vanilla. Gradually add sugar, one cup at a time, beating well on medium speed. Scrape sides and bottom of bowl often. When all sugar has been mixed in, icing will appear dry. Add milk and beat at medium speed until light and fluffy.

Spoon buttercream into a pastry bag with a 2D tip. Pipe frosting onto cupcakes in a circular motion.

For the Legos

Roll fondant out, leaving a thickness of 3/4 inch. Using a knife cut into Lego sized pieces. (Yes, really technical I know). Pinch off a very small amount of fondant the same color as the bottom piece. Roll into small balls. Repeat 5 more times. Place small balls on top of the bottom Lego piece in two rows, three on each side. If the fondant needs some help sticking, you can brush the backs of the round balls with water. Once attached, slightly press on the tops to flatten.

Place one Lego on the top of each cupcake and sprinkle with confetti. You can make 24 Legos if you would like, or you can make less and alternate between Legos and confetti.