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Cakes inspired by Wayne Thiebaud
Wayne Thiebaud is an American artist who worked in the '60s. He is often associated with the Pop Art because of his choice of subjects (objects symbol of consumerism such as cakes, candies, chewing gum, hot dogs, cosmetics, toys). Thiebaud, however, has always refused to be inscribed in an artistic movement. In the 8th grade class we were inspired by this American artist to draw our cakes
1.Lay pretzels rings on parchment paper lined baking sheet. Put one hershey kiss inside each ring (if it doesn't fit perfect that is okay, it will melt). 2.Bake in a 200 degree oven for about 4 minutes. Press chocolate chip on top of kiss. Allow to cool and set one hour. Store in air tight containers!