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February 1, 2011

Building a cake

In case you’re wondering where I’ve been, this cake took a really long time. I’m exaggerating a bit (since┬ásaid blocks were eaten a good week ago), but not by much. I thought the concept was pretty simple (I know I’m not the first to make a Lego cake), but getting buttercream to cover all of those nooks and crannies was a chore to say the least. And yes, fondant would have been easier. That’s if we liked the taste of that. Our fav cake shows like Ace of Cakes and Cake Boss sure have raised the bar (let’s see them make a Lego cake with buttercream!) Anyway, if you’re brave enough to attempt such a cake for your little Lego fan here’s the inside scoop…

It’s basically one cake made in a 9″ x 12″ pan and cut as so. Then you’ll need to bake up 16 mini cake muffins for the little connector dots on top. I recommend freezing the various cut parts for easier icing. Or better yet, stick a few little Lego guys in the 9″ x 12″ and call it a day.

Filed Under: baking, kids

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  1. June! My son just saw your cake and he is soooo excited about it!!!! I think we found his birthday cake for May! Thank you so much for sharing!!!!!!

    Smiles, Anke ;)

    Anke — February 3, 2011 @ 7:22 am

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