I had been looking for different ideas to make a Batman cake for my boyfriend and I really wanted to use some idea from a comic book character as he is a fan of these films etc. I had a look at the ones on here and they are either the logo or an actual picture of Batman.
I didn't have a lot of time to do this as I wanted to get it finished before my boyfriend was home from work, and I really liked the idea of the bat signal in the sky on another cake so I adapted it slightly to fit my round cake, which is a basic chocolate recipe. I used butter icing that I made to cover the cake, colouring it with blue food colouring to create the sky colour. I then used a piping bag and black icing to drawer the outline of the buildings for the scene.
The actual light ray is used with some fondant icing that I had which was rolled out thinner and shaped into the desired shape. I used icing pen tubes that are good for smaller work and already coloured so saved time. I used the black to draw freehand the bat on the light and also to make the stars and the lights on the buildings.
I was pleased with the outcome and know how I can improve on this next time around by maybe using fondant icing for all of the cake instead.
This is our Homemade Batman Birthday Cake Design for our son, Cash. We wanted to match the height of our twin daughter Ruby's Little Mermaid Cake, so we added a few layers and off-set them for interest. This enabled me to add all of the little figures. I wanted to add the those famous punching sounds like POW! and CRASH!, but I didn't have room.
He loved the cake and still plays with the figures.
I was asked to make a 2 tier batman cake for my nephew. I came up with this Batman Birthday Cake Design. I prepared his favorite cake and allowed to cool completely. Stacked cake, inserted dowels and covered with buttercream and fondant. Used cutters for the lettering, free handed the main Batman logo and buildings, bought topper online.
I love this cake it was so easy to make and the birthday boy loved it.
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I made this Batman Birthday Cake Design for a little boy's birthday. He was turning three and all he wanted was a Batman cake. I went to the cake store and rented a Batman cake pan. Once that was cooked, I placed in on top of a 1/2 sheet cake. Then I frosted it with dropped frosting. In the end it turned out great!