Introduction: Eyeball Cake

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How to make an eyeball cake

Step 1: Make Cake Batter As Directed or Desired

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I used a boxed cake mix.

Step 2: Grease an Oven-safe Bowl or Hemisphere Pan and Pour in Mix

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You will need two hemispheres.

Step 3: Bake As Directed or Until Tester Comes Out Clean

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Step 4: Cut Off Excess Cake

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Step 5: Grease Your Work Surface and Flatten White Fondant

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I greased my surface with coconut oil, but that is just my preference. Some people prefer corn starch, powdered sugar, or even use a vinyl fondant mat - it's really up to you.

I used a smooth cup to help flatten the fondant.

Step 6: Frost a Hemisphere

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Step 7: Apply the Fondant

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Step 8: Cut Off the Excess

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Step 9: Flatten and Smooth Pink Fondant

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Step 10: Frost the Second Hemisphere

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Step 11: Place the Hemisphere on the Fondant

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Step 12: Wrap the Fondant Around the Cake and Form a Tail

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Step 13: Apply More Fondant As Needed

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Step 14: Frost the Top of the Hemisphere

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Step 15: Place the White Hemisphere on Top and Wrap in Pink Fondant

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Step 16: Use Red Frosting to Fill Any Gaps

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Step 17: Use a Fondant of Your Choice for the Iris

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Step 18: Use Icing Color to Add Details to the Iris and Sclera

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Step 19: Use Red Icing Color to Simulate Blood on the Pink Fondant

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Step 20: Et Voila!

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Comments

seamster (author)2016-10-13

Hey, I like it! Perfectly gory.

Nice to see a new project from you! :)

JeSuis (author)seamster2016-10-13

I'm glad you like it! It's gory indeed :)

Penolopy Bulnick (author)2016-09-27

Very impressive cake decorating!

JeSuis (author)Penolopy Bulnick2016-10-13

Shucks :) Thank you very much

AdopteUnRoux (author)2016-09-26

Thank you for the recipe, I'll try that!

Just a word of advice for the video... Please avoid zooms in and out, I got a bit sick going through !

JeSuis (author)AdopteUnRoux2016-10-13

Cool beans.

I'll keep that in mind next time. :)

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