Saturday, October 5, 2013

Surprise Inside Cake - Hidden Mickey Mouse

Here's another twice baked cake for you. I usually plan the final photo a bit more but on this particular day it was just, "Stick a fork in him, he's done." Poor Mickey.

UPDATE: A few of you have asked for a tutorial but I'm sorry to say I didn't make a complete one for this cake. I live at high altitude or "at altitude" per the specialty cook books so the recipes I use most likely won't work the best for most of you. Here is a brief summary of what I wrote down at the time but you can use your favorite pound cake and frosting recipes and it should turn out just fine.

and here's a link to someone that took a bit more time to document the process a little later on . . .

Happy Caking!



Anka Firanka said...

So cute ! :)

Anonymous said...

Did you post a tutorial on how to make this. :)

Nikki said...

How do you make this cake? Would be perfect for my son's b-day party next week!

Deborah Stauch said...

Hi Nikki,

I didn't do a tutorial for this one but you can find a similar method at:

Hope this helps!


Nikki said...

Thank you SO very much!!! :)

Meow Opre said...

My friend's baby is turning 1 this October and a Mickey Mouse Birthday Party is on top list. The very reason why I decided to make a collection of this amazing party ideas. I hope it would be okay to list some of your ideas on my compilation? Please say yes. Nice stuffs in here and thanks for sharing.
God bless always!

Penny's Dark place said...

Hello, What is the yellow on the top of the cake?

Deborah Stauch said...

The yellow is a 2 ingredient buttercream made by melting 1 cup of butter then adding a 12 oz package of Candy Melts. Cool and frost.