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I've made this cake twice now, and twice I've taken pictures of the final product but sadly not the pictures showing the process. This is just a demo ...
To make this pirate ship cake you'll need the following -Toy pirates (I found mine at a local party store) -Candles -Malt balls (these are you cannons) -Pepperidge ...
Don't even try shaping the cake until it has had a significant amount of time to cool. Cut the cake long ways, completely down the middle.
Now you have two halves of cake. Put the two halves back together and cut off the bottom portion as shown in the photos. This adds height to ...
Frost the insides of the large pieces of cake and place them on top of each other.
The remaining pieces of cake are secured at the edges using a wooden skewer.
The two pieces you just secured using the wooden skewers need to have a slight slant to them to add to the ship like appearance. This demo cake ...
Place a regular drinking straw inside the pirouette cookie leaving about three inches of the straw exposed. Now place the straw end into the middle of the ship ...
First get your ice cream cone and gently using a knife cut the top portion off. You may go through one or two cones if you're not gentle ...
Decorate your cake using toy pirates, malt balls, cocktail stir stick swords, and pirouette cookies. I gave my cake a wood grain appearance by using a fork. I ...
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