This Baby Stroller And Rattles Cake is a really simple cake to make!
Here is what I used: 3 Cake Mixes 2 Cans of Icing Green round candies
The big cake was a 16" pan and the wheels were made with two 6" pans. I cut 1/4 slice from the 16" cake and then used the slice to create the handle for the stroller.
The rattles cupcakes were made with the same candies, and I used candy sticks (you can buy at Michaels) and put a mint lifesaver at the bottom of it. I glued the lifesaver on to the stick using icing (make sure you leave it in the fridge so it will be harder then when you use it to spread on the cake).
I used a 12" round cake pan for the big part. It took two boxes of cake mix and 45 minutes to cook. I then used a 6" round cake pan for the wheels. One box of cake mix will fill the two 6" cake pans.
After the cakes had completely cooled, I placed them in the fridge for a couple of hours. I used Wilton icing to ice the cakes. I watered it down a little to make it thin. I cut off a quarter of the large cake. I iced everything and then decorated it.
I made this cake for my friend's baby shower; everyone loved the cake and I am now getting orders to do other people's baby shower cakes!
This Stroller Cake is made with a Wilton's stroller pan, chocolate cake with peanut butter cream center. I decided to cut the cake in half since stacking them looked ridiculous and the wheels refused to line up! Frosted with butter cream in the #16 tip light blue.
The brown is the rest of the peanut butter cream that I had put in the center. I kind of threw it all together so I have no specific recipe of that, it was peanut butter, confection sugar, vanilla, salt, and milk. I used a #5 tip to place the accents of brown on and smoothed everything together with piping gel on my finger. The wheels were jazzed up with silver droses.
This baby stroller was my first baby shower cake! I made this cake for a friend who is expecting a baby girl. First, I made two separate cakes. For the top cake, I used the Wilton baby buggy cake pan and decorated it with pink and white frosting .
For the bottom cake, I used a 14" pan and filled it with a strawberry buttercream filling. I made the baby face by covering a cookie with copper frosting and added the eyes and mouth.
Finally, I added little flowers to add a little girly touch.
I baked this Homemade Baby Stroller Cake in a large round cake pan and then cut out a triangle shape to create the top of the cake (looks like Pac Man). I iced the top in butter cream (color of your choice), then piped with a basket weave tip the lattice work. In the color opposite of the top portion of the cake, I iced the wheels.