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Coolest Basketball Jersey And Ball Birthday Cake 25

by Joni Y.
(Lockhart,TX)

Homemade Basketball Jersey And Ball Birthday Cake

Homemade Basketball Jersey And Ball Birthday Cake

This Basketball Jersey And Ball Birthday Cake was for my son on his 11th birthday. It was a total of 4 cakes. Chocolate, triple chocolate, strawberry, and funfetti.

I baked two cakes in a 13x9 cookie sheet for the base of the cake. After baking those cakes, I let them cool then put both cakes side by side to make one whole flat base. I put blue icing on the bottom to color the base of the cake. Then another cake was baked in a 13x9 regular cake pan for the jersey.

After cake was baked I let the cake cool then I carved the cake into the shape of a jersey. I placed the jersey on the base on the cake. Next another cake was baked in a large stainless steel bowl to make the basketball. That cake had to bake a little longer due to the cake being pretty deep. This cake was baked 1 hr 15 minutes to 1 hr 35 minutes. Just keep checking it.

After cake was baked, the cake was placed on the other side of the base of the cake. Then I put icing on the jersey I decorated it green, since my son likes the team Boston Celtics and put my son's name on the jersey and the number 11 for his age. I decorated the ball as a basketball.

This was a great cake and fed A LOT of people. Everyone enjoyed it because they could get 2 flavors in one. GREAT cake!

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nice
by: Anonymous

very nice:)

ball
by: Anonymous

Mean birthday cake. I love it

LOVE IT !!
by: Anonymous

I love this cake...my daughter wants to have a basketball cake for her 12th b-day..You have given me the perfect idea...thanks

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Coolest 8th Birthday Basketball Cake 42

by Toni C.
(Raleigh, NC)

Homemade 8th Birthday Basketball Cake

Homemade 8th Birthday Basketball Cake

When I asked my grandson what he wanted for his 8th birthday cake, he responded “a basketball cake”. “Basketball, I can do that I replied.”

“Wait Nana, let me tell you exactly what I want” and he did. He went on to say that he wanted a gym floor, two posts with hoops, a scoreboard which would read, “Wolves 25 v, Rattlers 17”. He also wanted a picture of him playing basketball.

Pretty tall order, but what he wants is what Nana gives him. I drew lines on a white cake board and then used brown craft paint to make the gym floor. I ordered the posts and hoops on line.

I scanned and printed a picture of him playing and trimmed the picture and glued it to a piece of fondant. I added a small basketball which I cut off a basketball stick. That was the top of the cake.

The score board is made of fondant. I colored fondant, black and red and orange for basketballs. I printed Happy Birthday message on computer

What you will need:
1/2 block of white fondant
food coloring - black, red and orange
2 sheet cake pans
2 boxes of cake mix
½ lb of fresh strawberries
1 tub of Wilton butter cream icing
1 two inch cutout for scoreboard
1 two inch circular cutout for basketballs
Number cutouts for scoreboard

He loved the cake, can’t wait to see what he will want for his 9th birthday.

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