Bite? Bite? Bite? Yes! Yes! Yes!
I know, we all learned our long life lesson of "don't bite your friends!"... but how could you manage to do that when they look this delicious? These Yo Gabba Gabba! cakes are sure to make a GREAT party in everyone's tummy!
This one comes from Hayley! YUM! She tells us how she managed such a great cake!
I asked the local bakery to ice a cake bright green and put two dark green stripes on it. I did the rest myself at home and believe me, I'm no decorator.
The red horns are actually rice crispy treats covered in red fondant, I sliced them down to about 1/2" thick then covered them with the fondant and pushed a long lollipop stick(available at any craft store) into them. I used a 'hair' icing tip for the brow. I used a large round tip for everything else. It took me less than 20 minutes make the top of the cake. I did wait until about 30 minutes before the party to insert the horns, that saved them from 'falling'...I definitely suggest waiting to the last minute. They stayed in just fine, and the girls actually enjoyed eating them(ick - fondant)!
Honestly, if people don't want to make the icing they can ask their local supermarket for the colors (white, black, red, lime and dark green) most will sell them enough to make the cake. All I needed was a few icing bags and tips (plus those little plastic mount things that go inside the bag that allows you to change tips)
Easy peasy lemon squeezey!
Delaney sent in this cake she made for her 2yr old's party! She wrties:
Hi there! So i found some inspiration for my son's two year old birthday party on your site and i wanted to submit some pictures of it for you to post. It would have looked way better if I had more time, but it was a pretty big hit at the party so I feel succesful!
I bet it was delish!!
Michael's parents sent this goodie in too!
Andrew's Mommy also sends in this Brobee cake!
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