I made this Batman cake for my nephew. It's one cake mix in a 9x13 pan. the bat sign is a 9 inch cake. I carved it down a little to be more oval. I found a picture of the Bat sign and blew it up to the size I wanted, like 800% or something crazy.
I cut it out to make a stencil. I put the cakes together then frosted. I sprayed yellow and then some red can air brush to make the sign. I bought the black frosting in a tube. I mixed some black into the regular frosting to do the road.
I put Batman fight words around the sides. Like Zap,Pow, Bam ,Kapow. His mom bought the match box car and figure. He loved it. I thought the sign turned out pretty cool!
I made this Batman cake for a friend's son. I used a Wilton shaped pan and my own chocolate cake recipe (doubled up). I don't like the cake recipe that comes with the Wilton pans. The shaped pans work well, just remember to use enough spray & bake and make sure you spray it into all the corners.
I changed the colouring as on the instructions it was blue, light blue, black and grey. The Batman picture that I was given for the cake was mainly grey and black with some blue so I used those colours. I iced the cake with butter icing and placed it on a cake board.
The kids enjoyed the cake and it lasted for 5 days before they managed to finish it!
I've been making cakes for my son since his first birthday. This year was his 5th and he wanted a Batman cake. I made two round cakes and cut the tops off to get a level surface once cooled. I used chocolate icing as a filling and then used white to cover the entire cake.
I used a Batman logo from the internet to trace out with a toothpick on the cake. I then filled in the logo using a star tip with black icing. After that was finished I used yellow frosting to finish the logo. This was a really easy cake to make.
I made this Batman cake last month for my nephew. I could not find anything but a Batman candle to place on top the cake, so I used a hanging decoration as the main image. Be sure to place a thick piece of paper behind the image so the buttercream does not seep through and discolor the image.
Them I drew a yellow oval with buttercream icing and piped a black Batman logo with clear piping gel that I colored black. A few sprinkles, a blue border, some little Batman bouncy balls and the cake was complete!
I made this Batman cake for my son Kaleb's 6th birthday. I used a marble cake and confetti frosting. And then I used chocolate chips for the black and Reese's Pieces for the yellow. You can use any cake you like with any white frosting.
Everybody liked the fact that you could eat everything on it and it wont color your face and teeth like the black and yellow colored frosting.
This Batman cake was a 22nd birthday cake for one of my Mom's co-workers. The cake is a white cake; from a box, the logo is a coloring page I modified and stenciled on the cake after I put the yellow frosting on.
The yellow frosting is white frosting tinted with yellow gel icing coloring and the black is chocolate frosting tinted with black icing coloring.
I made this Batman cake using a Styrofoam wig head. The chest and shoulders are cake. I used two 8 inch circles for the chest and a 9 inch cake for the shoulders, cut into four pieces (2 per shoulder).