It all started about four years ago, when she got into what she calls “artistic” baking.
“I turned a cupcake and brownie into a mini burger for a Super Bowl party and that sparked this idea to bake treats that look like all sorts of things,” Chiarelli told Greatest Baker. “From there I kept practicing and expanding art into all sorts of baked goods — pies, profiteroles, cakes, cookies and so on.”
But each one is done using basic cake frosting techniques (with Chiarelli’s expert hand). However, she does work differently than other bakers because of her day job.
“I work full time [and] bake in the evenings,” Chiarelli told Greatest Baker. “Most of my cookies require a dried base layer before adding more details so I let them dry overnight. With work the next morning, I store them in an air-tight container until the evening. However, I noticed the butter would stain the icing when the cookies were stacked so I would layer a protective sheet between them.”
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