It's been a while since I've baked any macs, so decided to try my hand at it. I picked Tsum Tsum, because they're circle based, and should be easy to start.
I piped and went to lunch... which you'll see how it's a mistake later.
So, I get that you are suppose to let it rest. So I did, went to lunch, which it practically 'baked' while I was enjoying lunch. So, by the time I went back to pipe the 2nd color, it was awkward. It's not integrated, but added a layer.
I already started the process, so might as well finish it. The 3rd layer is his eye. I also use the black to pipe his horns.
The finish product was not to satisfactory.
It is basically layers on top of the layer. But as I said, I ate lunch, that let the macs rest too long, it pretty much cooked itself. So, by the time I added the 2nd and 3rd layer, it's like making it on top of already cooked macs. So, you see the 2nd/3rd layer had integrated and had feet, and the 1st layer had its own feet. It was not what I pictured.
So, what I've learned: make your standard batter, but divide into smaller batch and mix your color separately. I had originally did 1/2 for the green, 1/4 to black, and 1/4 for white. Not knowing how it'll turn out, I did have tons of black left over. You do need to get a smaller hole piping bag for the horns and character's feet, or any other small details. I would suggest do another character so you can share the colors for something else.
This one didn't turn out well, but we'll try again.