Goldfish Royal Icing Transfers & Template

When I started “Template Tuesday” I had no idea how much fun I was going to have doing it. I never would have made a school of goldfish but, I did and I had fun!Goldfish-Bowl by thebearfootbaker.comI now am the proud owner of a goldfish bowl! I am going to use these to make a goldfish bowl cookie and use some on ties for Father’s Day. I think I will use some to sprinkle on my Ben and Jerry’s Phish Food ice cream. You can use them in several different ways but, I promise you will have fun making them.

Goldfish Edible Decoration Templates & Supplies:

Royal Icing Recipe
Orange Royal Icing
4mm Beads
Star Tip (Optional)
#2 Tip
Wax Paper
Large Goldfish Template
Small Goldfish Template

Goldfish Royal Icing Transfers by thebearfootbaker.comFor instructions on making royal icing transfers, click here. There is a couple of ways to make these. You can either make the tails first or make the body first. I made the large ones with the body first. Fill the circle and add the eye. Then, add the tails.

Goldfish edible decorations by www.thebearfootbaker.comFor the small ones, follow the instructions for the large goldfish but, I made the tails first and I liked it that way better. If you want to get fancy, you can use a small star tip for the tails.

Goldfish layon with template by www.thebearfootbaker.comIf you want to take more time on them you could add a touch of airbrushing or make a little fin on the side. You could even use some disco dust to make them look sparkly.

Goldfish by www.thebearfootbaker.comI used some icing to glue 2 of them together to make 3D goldfish. They would be cute on cupcakes or the top of a cake with blue icing. I had to use some icing to make them stand up for this photo but, if you add them to a cake, you could skip that step.

For information on how to store roayl icing tranfers, click here.

Happy Creating,