Thursday, July 15, 2010

Lego Cake

Mom and I were talking about what kind of cake to make for Nate's birthday. She said it would be fun to do a Lego cake. I thought about it and figured I could make it work. I took a 9x13 cake, frosted it, then topped it with cupcakes made in mini muffin tins. Now, I know it's ugly. My cake decorating skills need improvement. But the kids loved it and Nate thought it was cool. My mother in law asked what the heck it was supposed to be. I could have used a fun color, but yellow frosting on my couch and carpet didn't sound good.
As I was making the cake, friends of mine on facebook were telling me that they made this cake with marshmallows, and that the Lego store sells the cake pan. All great ideas, if I was told BEFORE I started.
We topped the cake with a Darth Vader candle and Nate had is Star Wars/Lego cake. The kids scarfed it down, so it tasted good. And seriously, 10 year old kids are impressed with any effort......they must be if they thought my cake was cool!


The Millers said...

If nothing else (at least according to you!) you were creative in making a lego cake all from your own noggin!
I'm glad that Nate loved it. :)

Anonymous said...

I think it's cool and you get credits for not calling me at the last minute for help. Really, I love to be needed, but I liked your creativity and after all.... you are your Mother's daughter!

Snow Mommy said...

Thanks Mom! You did save my butt on the Holly Hobbie cake, so I tried to do this one on my own!