OHHH NOOOO what have you done to me? Not only do I have to find a shell pan, but I will be making these hopefully on Sunday when I'm back from camping. I think these will be sooo good while sitting in my cottage.
Oooh, those look fabulous!! Almost too good to eat... but not quite!! ;-)Kelly @ DesignTies
Those look lovely. They would look great on a beach theme wedding cake or as favors. Thanks for sharing!
I'm amazed! I had to read this twice over to even believe these are edible. Very classy cakes - surely there are no calories in seashells? ;)
These look so good, and really realistic! They make me want to have a seaside tea party!!Thanks for sharing them! :-) Kim
Oh I love these, I thought they were real.LeAnn:)
Mouth watering and drooling! Darn I don't have anything sweet in the house!
I totally thought they were real too, unbelievable!!! lil works of art!
Yum... Although im not sure mine would come out that perfectly. How lovely for when guests come to visit!! My girlfriends would be impressed :)
Love it! I actually have that pan and love it! Except I don't cook anything as extraordinary--just box mix muffins! But they sure are fun to eat. :)
Simply delightful. I tried making soaps in the form of shells. It was so much fun and they looked great in a soap dish.
I want to make those! Thank you for sharing!
oh my God! are they really to eat ?they look too gorgeous!:-)
We neighbors always gather at the beach and we all bring things to eat for dinner and a sunset. Wouldn't this be perfect for presentation?? Thanks for sharing her link. Head on over to my blog and browse a while, if you like what you see, click the "follow" button on the right so we can inspire one another often!
Wow, I thought they were real! She did an amazing job. :)
Your title says it all... Dream! boy do i dream of living on the beach -- in a cottage-- with a handsome... Ok i will stop myself.Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving a comment. Love those commenters!!Lovely blog.TTFN~~Claudia
This is a great link to the recipe. I just ordered a new Wilton pan that has similar molds. If you go to Wilton it is on their last page of baking molds. I am a big baking pan collector since I like to bake. I did post a recipe this week as I am at the beach myself. Thanks for sharing this link to the recipe and I will definitely be making this.Joyce
I have to check my closet and see what kind of pans I have that I can use for a mold. Those sound so good. Thanks
Perfect timing -- my husband and I are heading out to the beach house tomorrow to get it ready for the season; this puts me in the perfect mood!I LOVE that seashell pan... must find it for myself!Cass
MMMMMM... anything with almond paste is a keeper. Thanks for sharing.
Oh yum..pass the tea! shells have never looked sweeter!
Yumm! Perfect little creationsLiked the post on islands in Maine as well.
Congratulations!!!! You won the shell frame I posted on my blog page. Please email me with your address information and I will mail it to you.
Theses look entirely to good to eat.
Yumm-oh! My friend is having a beach wedding later this year (that makes it summer for us in Sydney, Australia). Something like this would be perfect for favors. Thanks for sharing!
Yum!! They would be perfect with my morning cup of coffee! Great post & thank you for addingme to your blogroll. What an honor. I adore your blog & have you on my roll as well.
They look absolutely delicious. And fattening.
Perfect for my weekend beach BBQ - thanks
Thanks These are terrific.But so is everything on your blog.
These are perfect! Cannot believe you can eat them. Cannot!!!!