Is the portal cake a lie?
Asked by halokiller 9 years ago
I was wondering is the cake was truly a lie.
I am looking for a cake in the shape of a truck for my grandson's birthday. can anybody help or have an idea on how too
Asked by harps59 8 years ago
HELP PLEASE! My boyfriend is an EMT and i want to make him an ambulance 3 dimensional cake for his birthday. How do i do it?!
I have eczema. I had it when I was a toddler and I still have it. =( So my doctor said I might be allergic to dairy products and I can't have anything processed . =(
Asked by instructables_fan11011 6 years ago
This Dalek cake by Stacked Cakes in Australia is deliciously epic. It is 22" tall and weighs over 40 pounds. That's a lot of Dalek-y goodness right there. Check out the link for more pics of the cake and the build process. Daleks and Birthdays via CRAFT
Posted by fungus amungus 7 years ago
I need help with a cake. I want to make a cake in the shape of 3 Xs for my Brother in law's 30th birthday (like the roman numerals: XXX) Can someone give me tips on how to sculpt the cake? Should I bake a square cake and then cut it? Or should I attempt to build an X shape into a square pan? Any potential issues you can foresee? I've never used fondant before but I think there are enough instructables on that subject already.
Asked by cpeteraf 7 years ago
I'm going to make the 3D dino cake that I found on this site. A home made cake was recommended over the mixes because they are denser. Does anyone know of a good recipe that is dense and not at flakey as the mixes?
This AT-AT cake is pretty amazing even if very little of it looks to be edible cake stuff. With over 60 hours of work from a few different people and a hand-painted background this is about as epic as a cake can get. Flickr set via greatewhitesnark.
Posted by fungus amungus 9 years ago
I was thinking of Les Miserables today... which made me think of Marie Antoinette. You know, she said "Let them eat cake!" to the people in her kingdom... But they never got any! So the cake... was a LIE! The cake was a lie! It's ALWAYS been a lie!! AAAAAAAAAAAAAAHH!!!
Posted by watermelonhead 8 years ago
Asked by mman1506 9 years ago
This year I've started trying to make more advanced cakes and was wondering how other people shape their cakes? I know there's the basic way of cutting(for example into flat heart shapes and such) but for the more 3D detailed cakes what's the way to do it? Is it the same way? I thought perhaps its possible to use a similar techinque that's used for some cake pops, where you mix in a semi sweet icing or thickener into cake to create a dough like texture for moulding but would that be to pastey and not cake like enough? I really want to try shaped cakes but I haven't known how, so if anyone could help it would be very much appreciated! Thank you!
Asked by RandomAussieGirl 2 years ago
Asked by otatsmom 9 years ago
This rainbow cake is a labor of love and sweetness. Getting all the colors right and laying down all that frosting takes some serious time and effort. If you want to learn how to make one for yourself or someone special, follow the link below for the details.Say it with Cake... via Neatorama
Posted by fungus amungus 8 years ago
A good recipe using a package cake mix (white or yellow) would be of interest, too, but I'm hoping to find a recipe like the original.
Asked by mmaunder 7 years ago
Asked by mommakeena 5 years ago
I have used potica pans and baked the cake. I am not sure how to shape the cake
Asked by jaam81 5 years ago
Saturday, my parents and friends threw me a surprise birthday party! And if that wasn't cool enough, my mom had made the cake look like Robot. Chocolate and vanilla cake, licorice, Rolos, cinnamon rolls, Snickers bars, and Sugar Babies. Yum!(Its black and white because she based it off of my memopad)
Posted by rogers236 9 years ago
I am getting married on halloween & would like to make a bleeding human skull cake. I have searched all over the Internet & can't find anything on how to make the 3-D skull. I all ready have the bleeding part worked out. If anyone has any ideas I would really appreciate it.
Asked by myevilqueen 8 years ago
Can anyone recommend a good chocolate cake recipe (not coco) which doesn't sink? I find mud cake recipes using coco powder bake up beautifully, but the taste of the coco lingers on. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanking you all in advance.
Asked by rhonashill 5 years ago
If I make a regular box mix cake and want to give it for a raffle or to a friend, I need a container that I can give away. How can I cheaply package such a cake?
Asked by bluevelvet4 9 years ago
THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAKIG THE DIAPER CAKE ON NUMBER 10 YOU SHOWED A 6 LAYER DIAPER CAKE CAN YOU E=MAIL ME THE INSTRUCTIONS.JAVANTA7@HOTMAIL.COM
Asked by crochetjuju 8 years ago