My son Angus was having a batman party for his 5th birthday. He decided he wanted Gotham City with batman flying between the buildings. I CAN DO THAT! I used Betty Crocker's choc swirl cake mix. I used a large rectangle tin and a round tin, all up using 4 cake mixes.
Black buttercream icing for the buildings, yellow fondant for the windows. The round cake in the centre had Batmans utility belt around the outside. I painted some Styrofoam black for the night sky and placed stars and the Batman signal for the backdrop. Batman was attached to some rods inserted into the cake with fishing line. I then cut a road out of fondant colouring it grey and placed a couple of Batman cars on it. Tic tacs were used for the road markings.
I was really pleased with the end result of this Batman Gotham City Birthday Cake especially the reaction I got from the kids. Definitely made all the hard work worthwhile!
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This Batman Cake in Gotham City was made for my Godchild. He insisted on having a Batman birthday cake and Nanny granted his wish. It is a 9X13 white two layer sheet cake iced with sweet icing made from powdered sugar, Crisco, and water. The filling is vanilla pudding. The rectangle is iced white and trimmed in yellow and blue. The pavement is sugar dyed with food coloring.
The city is (not edible) made from cardstock taped together. I drew windows and yellow light in each with markers. I wasn't sure what decorations I wanted to use, so when I purchased his birthday gift, I opened it and placed it on the cake for decoration. The car, barrels, and Batman figure are toys (not edible). To my surprise, the cake came out unexpectedly precious. I hope he likes it!
Our oldest grandson was four years old on his birthday in October. He already had plans to dress as Batman for all the fall festivities, so he chose a Batman theme for his birthday party.
I made the French vanilla cake in an oval pan and iced it with butter cream/cream cheese icing tinted a bright yellow. The sides all the way around were iced smooth. I covered the top with stars using the star tip in the same bright yellow. Around the bottom of the cake I piped a scroll border in black.
On top of the Batman Emblem Birthday Cake I outlined the bat signal in black and filled in with the star tip. I also wrote our happy birthday shout out to our big four year old in black under the bat signal shape.
I made this Batman Birthday Cake Design for a little boy turning 2 , the mom wanted something simple but also something that the boy thought was fun so I made the buildings with gumpaste. Something simple as cutting rectangles and small squares for the windows then getting the outline of the Batman figure and tracing it. I just rolled out a tube of fondant and formed it into the number 2.
This Batman Emblem Birthday Cake is 2 boxes of cake mixes baked in the same pan. I cut it into an oval shape and frosted it yellow. I printed off the Batman symbol online. I cut it out and placed it on top of of the cake and traced with it with a toothpick.
Once I removed it from the cake I filled it in with chocolate frosting tinted black.