My son loves this character Ben 10. He has clothes, shoes, toys, towels, bedding and cds of this character. So for his 7th Birthday he wanted a party with Ben 10 theme. We got everything for the decoration and the food but could not get the cake, so I decided to do it myself. I was not sure if I could do it as this was the first time I had tried out the icing. It was not perfect but the consolation was that it was about aliens so it was not meant to be very intricate.It was quite satisfying. It was a chocolate cake with green butter cream icing. The writing was done with royal icing. He had a small Ben 10 toy with the board so I placed it on the cake to give its final touch. It was as easy as I thought it would be. The kids loved it .
I made this Ben 10 Watch Birthday Cake for my son's 8th birthday, he is a Ben 10 nut. I started with a butter cake from Greens, double mix, and baked it in a rectangular cake pan. The top of the watch was a chocolate cake from Greens as well, baked in a regular round cake pan.
Looking at a picture of the watch I cut out pieces to match and ate them. I colored the butter icing that came with the butter cake mix and piped it over the cakes, using the different colors to match the watch. The buttons and the white strips are marzipan icing although you could use the colored icing piped.
My son absolutely loved this cake and so did everyone else, and as a first time cake decorator I was so happy with the way it turned out.
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My son wanted a Ben Ten Omnitrex cake. I thought real hard about making this cake but it was very simple. I used two round cake pans, 1 metal and 1 throw away. The throw away one was a little smaller and that would be for the top part of the cake.
For the watch band I used 2 small throw cake pans and just cut them on an angle like the watch band was! I used white icing and colored it with green food coloring. The black icing was the kind that comes in the tube and the grey was black tube with a little white icing.
This cake went over great with all the children that were there and the decorating part was not as long as I thought it would take, maybe two hours all together!
I looked into different pictures I could use for this Homemade Ben 10 Birthday Cake. Once I found the one I wanted, I traced it onto bakers paper. I started by making a large rectangle base, then iced it green. Once this had set, I traced around the outline of the picture I had on the bakers paper. It was actually harder than I thought it would be.
I made two different cakes. One for his day care, and one for our party at home. The first one I only pipped his hair, and the second one I pipped the whole cake. Anyway, Rhys my son who turned 3 LOVED it, so that was the main thing. My other son who's birthday is also coming up, wants a dinosaur cake, so I will try that one next.
I made this Ben Ten Cake for a friend. The cake is chocolate sponge filled with buttercream and topped with homemade fondant. I cut out templates from a picture and then just layered it to get the 3D effect.
You have to remember to cut all the details separately so print out more than 1 copy of the picture. The largest pieces go on first followed by the smaller ones for eg: the eyes, first cut out the whites and place on cake then place the green eyeballs and the black pupils.
It's tricky at first but then gets easy once you get the hang of it.