Batman Birthday Cake

by Lara
(London UK)

batman cake

batman cake

This Batman birthday cake was for my son's third birthday party- he wanted a superhero birthday.


I found a picture of batman from a dvd case we have and copied it.

I baked a large square cake and covered it with a base layer of icing and then cut the picture shapes out using a scalpel and stuck them to the cake using jam.

I just used icing to stick the smarties to the cake.

Time-consuming and simple...I had fun doing this one and the boys absolutely LOVED it.

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Race Track Cake

by Lara
(London UK)

4 at the races

4 at the races

For this race track cake I found a disposable paper cake tin in the shape of the number four at a local cook shop. It was a hit!

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Toolbox Cake

by Meryle Moodley
(South Africa)

Toolbox cake

Toolbox cake

The toolbox cake was made for my cousin, who's husband is the owner of a hardware store.

The hammer, screw driver, and measuring tape added to the design and it was a big hit.

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Mini Race Car Cakes

by Anon

Ingredients:

Milky Way’s (pkt 15 snack sizes) but could also use chocolate biscuits... (Car)
Mini M&Ms...(Head lights)
M&M or Smarties... (Wheels)
Jelly babies or tiny teddies... (Drivers)
Small amount of chocolate for melting (or could use made up icing)
2 skewers (I find skewers or tooth picks are easier to use with the chocolate)
Or you could use any similar lolliepops


Method:

Open all the snack size Milky Way bars.

For each car you will need 2 headlights (mini M&Ms), 4 wheels (M&M's), driver (jelly baby or tiny teddy with legs cut off)

Melt the chocolate.

With the flat end of the skewer dip it into the chocolate and put on one side of the M&M's. The wheels go on the long side, head lights at the front.

Dip the jelly baby/tiny teddy into the chocolate and put it onto of the Milky Way. We also used M&M’s as a steering wheel

Can be made a few days ahead, but if your family is like mine then it's best to make them the day before the party & hide them.

I make these for my girl's party all the time & they are a huge hit with all the children.

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