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the container put the lid on and shake until completely coated in glitter. Remove and repeat with the remaining Maltesers.


9. When the cakes are cooled, with a sharp knife cut a circle in the cakes the size of a 50pence piece and 1.5cm deep to remove the centre of the cakes, fill the hole with a teaspoon of raspberry jam. Slice a little of the cake from the plug and replace ensuring you have a flat surface.


10. Place the frosting into an icing bag (you can buy disposable icing bags from hardware stores or large supermarkets) with a star nozzle if you have one (if not just snip the top of the bag approximately 1.5cm down.


11. Roll out the fondant onto a


surface liberally sprinkled with icing sugar and cut out 6 circles (using a cutter if you have one or a jam jar lid). Place the fondant circles on top of 6 of the cakes.


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12. Pipe stars on top of the blue fondant and top with one of the glitter Maltesers.


13. On the remaining cakes pipe the frosting in a circle from the outside in swirling into the centre,


decorate with the strawberries and blueberries.


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