I got this idea for a Baby Einstein cake from coolest cakes .com and added some of my own ideas along with it. I started with 2 10 inch round cakes. I dug out the pond and iced the whole cake. I made the jello by the box directions but I put it in a stainless mixing bowl.
I sat it in ice water until it got a little thick and I poured it in the hole I dug out of the pond. I refrigerated it overnight. My worm is made from a mini ball pan but only 4 fit on this cake. I used the # 16 tip for the worm. The characters are made from colored fondant, along with the rocks. The grass was done with the grass/hair tip. I had to press a little on the sides to help the grass stick.
I made this cake for my son's 1st Birthday so I made a 6 inch cake to match. He had a good time with his own cake. I had so much fun with this cake I didn't want to cut into into it. Thanks for all the wonderful ideas, and have fun with this one.
I made this Baby Einstein 1st Birthday Cake for my daughter's 1st birthday. I used this site for inspiration. For the body of the cake I used box cake, chocolate and white (I was not sure which she would eat). I mixed the cake mix as directed on the box. Then baked in a glass bowl, I did cook it on a lower temp.
Then came the fun part, for each of the colors I used Wilton's icing colors and I used a big batch of Wilton's icing. Then using a 16 tip I iced the cakes.
For his antennas I used bulk candy rounds from the local grocery store. I used straws and stuck the candy in the straw to make them stand up. I used the same candy for his cheeks. For his eyes, I used black gel with a dab of white icing. His mouth is also black gel. His feet are vanilla wafer cooking with yellow icing. I used the whole cookie but stuck half of it under the cake.
We put the cake on a piece of wood covered in red wrapping paper and plastic wrap.
It was my son's first birthday and I decided to go with the Baby Einstein Theme for his party. Since he was having a party on a farm where you do all the set up and clean up work I decided to go with a Baby Einstein Cupcake Cake.
I used Betty Crocker Cake mixes (Chocolate, Confetti, Yellow, and Red Velvet). For frosting I used Betty Crocker Whipped Cream Cheese. To color the frosting I used Wilton gel coloring kit and mixed till I got the color I liked. To make the smily face on the cake I used the cake decorating coloring gels from the grocery store.
I tried to mix the colors the closest I could to the Baby Einstein Caterpillar. I made a small cake for the face and just drew the face with the decorating coloring gels. I made cupcakes for the body portion of the caterpillar. I used cupcakes for the feet and antennas.
The whole process was simple but very time consuming so it was great to have my good friend help me.
I made this Baby Einstein Birthday Cake for my God child's son's first birthday. I enjoyed making this cake for him. I found a lot of info. off the internet.
None of the cakes I looked at had the design I was looking for so my niece and I combined two cakes we liked and this is how it came out. All of the animals are edible, made from m.m. fondant with tylose added.
I got that idea off youtube and created these characters from the invitation.
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