Mickey Mouse Cake

by Lunja Sutherland
(Murrieta, Ca, USA)

Mickey Mouse Birthday Cake

Mickey Mouse Birthday Cake

First I stacked four 10 inch round cakes one on top of each other.

Then I frosted them with butter icing and then covered them with a nice blue fondant. The Mickey Mouse face was carved from a 6 inch round cake which was also frosted and fondant covered.

This is a lot of cake but well worth it!

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Nov 15, 2010
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DAAAAAAAAAAAAANG
by: Anonymous

Thats the BOMB.COM

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Sesame Street Cake

by Rene'e
(Broken Hill, NSW, Australia)

Sesame Street Cake

Sesame Street Cake

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This cake was make for my son's first birthday! It is a boiled chocolate cake with royal icing.

Nicole's comments: What a great cake Rene and the cake seems almost as big as your son! For all those reading this and who are nervous about decorating a cake, don't be! Colored royal icing is fantastic for creating anything and everything. Think back to what you can do with Play Doh...

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Octo-Cake!

by Jodi Puls
(Inverness)

Octo-Cake!

Octo-Cake!

Octo-Cake! Octo-Cake! Octo-Cake! Octo-Cake!

The cake was for my son's 4th birthday party.

I made two chocolate marble sandwich cakes, filled with butter cream, one larger than the other. They were stacked then covered in slightly marbled blue icing.

The top was covered in blue frosting, formed into slight waves, into which I placed dolphins which I had made from icing. I made all of the octonauts, the fishes and the coral reef from icing (although the starfish were just sugar stars, and the balls on the white and pink coral are pink sugar balls!). Everything was assembled, with some use of edible glue.

I used golden caster sugar with just a little yellow food colouring to make the sand which I sprinkled around the coral at the base.

Nicole's comment: What a fabulous cake Jodi. I love all the little characters and your attention to detail. It looks too good to eat!

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Michael Jackson Moonwalker Cake

by Zenta Hayes
(Manchester, United Kingdom)

MJ Moonwalker Cake

MJ Moonwalker Cake

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This cake was made for my 7 year old son who is crazy about MJ.

It was a painstaking job cutting all the black and white contrasting pieces but it was all worth it to see his face light up.

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by: zenta

To make Michael i used white sugarpaste and hand painted all the shadowed areas in black blossom tint. It wasn't easy but I think it was worth it:)

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Nice!
by: Jessica

What did you use to make the mj?

Dec 03, 2010
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Looks great!
by: Nicole

That's a great cake and I can imagine it must have taken ages to cut MJ out. Looks super though. Thanks for submitting it.

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Boat Cake

by Amanda
(Gloucester, England)

I made this for my dad for his 55th birthday.

I cheated and bought 3 ready made cake mixes and followed instructions on them, poured into a loaf tin and baked as required on packaging.

Once cake cooled, cut peaks at front to form front of ship, hollowed out section near rear for seat then set to work icing it.

It is important to make sure the icing is same thickness all over. Gently drape over cake to ensure size but before applying, soften some apricot jam and add a little water to make an apricot glaze. Paste this over the entire cake to enable the icing to stick.

Gently ease the icing into the seat area to avoid tearing. Once iced, apply licorice laces around ship about 2/3 way down. Put bread stick in as mast, attach rice paper sheets as sails (these stick easily when moistened along edges). Put Polo's/life saver mints around front and wind different colour laces around them for ropes and an aniseed whirl as a light. Run licorice around inner seat area to outline the space and use a sherbet disc as a cushion. Make a mini sail at rear using again bread stick (mini version) and rice paper as before.

For the waves, take some ready made butter icing and whip it together with blue food colouring and paste in peaks on cake board to make your ship look afloat.

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Welcome Home Cake

by Meryle Moodley
(South Africa)

Welcome Home!

Welcome Home!

The cake was made for a friend whose sister in law was returning home for the holidays (from Dubai). they usually Skype with her and thought it would be cool to do the Skype screen.

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