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Coolest Candy Land Birthday Cake 29

by Jessica
(Ishpeming, MI (USA))

Homemade Candy Land Birthday Cake

Homemade Candy Land Birthday Cake

My daughter wanted a Candy Land 4th Birthday Party so I ran with it!!! I made this cake using two 9x13 and two 9' round cake pans. I leveled the tops of them out then I stacked the two 9x13 cakes on top of each other then stacked the two 9' round cakes on top of each other then on top of the two 9x13 cakes.

I used the pieces of cake that I cut off to fill in any gaps there were and then I used a butter cream frosting to crumb coat it all. I put the cake in the freezer then I took it out the morning before the party so that I could do the final frosting and decorate it. I tried to use some candy that is used in the Candy Land game but I also included any candy that I had. I cut out squares of fondant and placed them around the cake (just like the game board).

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Coolest Candy Land Birthday Cake 21

by Kylee
(Indiana)

Homemade  Candy Land Birthday Cake

Homemade Candy Land Birthday Cake

I made this Candy Land Birthday Cake for my daughter's 3rd birthday. I thought it was very appropriate considering 3 is the age when board games usually start being played.

I used two 9x13 pans, one chocolate and one white, and frosted the entire thing in buttercream icing tinted with a few drops of green food coloring. I used Starburst for the path (but unfortunately couldn't find any blue or green). I used Reese's Cups topped with chocolate frosting and filled ice cream cones with vanilla frosting and topped with sprinkles. I randomly made mountains of vanilla icing as filler and different types of sprinkles to differentiate the different areas of the cake.

I would definitely recommend making a trial cake first if you've never made a cake before! But this one is fairly simple, just takes a little time to do the decorating! Definitely a big hit with all of the kids, though!

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Candyland Cake

by Alicia
(Illinois)

candyland fondant cake

candyland fondant cake

My 6yr old daughter loves the game candyland so I decided to make this cake for her. I made the fondant out of marshmallow and powder sugar. I also made some gum paste out of confectioners sugar, glucose and gum tex for the characters.I made all the characters 1 week before decorating each character took me about 1 to 2 hours to make. I baked the cakes and frosted them and put them in the refrigerator 1 day before decorating. Decorating was the fun part.To decorate the cake it took me about 7 hrs (but so worth it)

This was my first fondant cake and I take great pride on it since everything on it was made out of scratch :).

I hope you guys enjoy

Thanks Ali

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candyland
by: Kelly

That is so good!

Great job!

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Coolest Baby Shower Cake with a Candyland Theme 24

by Sunny
(Ohio)

Homemade Baby Shower Cake with a Candyland Theme

Homemade Baby Shower Cake with a Candyland Theme

This Baby Shower Cake with a Candyland Theme cake is a 3 layer Topsy Turvy cake made 2 tiers of ganache and 1 tier of chocolate fudge cake. All tiers were 3 layers filled with semi-sweet chocolate ganache and strawberry buttercream.

All cakes were covered with poured pink tinted white chocolate ganache. The path was rolled fondant edged with cherry string licorice.

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Coolest Candyland Cake 12

by Charmaine
(California)

Candlyland Cake

Candlyland Cake

I made this Candyland Cake for my daughters 4th birthday party. I used butter cream frosting and various candies and just copied the board game as close as possible.

I found cans for edible spray paint that were very helpful in coloring the base of the cake. This was my first attempt at a fancy decoration and I loved it.

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Cut Outs
by: DeeDee

I love your cake! My daughter is having a candyland birthday in March..I am looking for the cut outs (of Mr. Mint etc.,) you used on your cake, can you tell me where you found them?

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Homemade Candy Land Birthday Cake

by Danielle W
(Fort Smith Arkansas, Sebastian)


i made this cak for my daughters 5th b-day. I made it to look like the game piece. It has gumballs,suckers,gumdrops,and so much more..Everyone loved this cake and so did she..i know its a lot of candy! but hey! it's candy land. its has 2 strawberry,2 choc,2tyed dyed, and 2white..with butter cream icing.

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Coolest Candy Land Cake 10

by Barbar E
(TN)

Candy Land Cake

Candy Land Cake

This Candy Land cake is 8 inch square cakes iced smooth. Cut out square fondant pieces for path.

Added butter cream and fondant accents.

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help please
by: Anonymous

do you have a bigger picture of this cake... this is EXACTLY what I want for my twin girls 5th birthday this year... please if you have a bigger picture and decorating tips it would be GREATLY appreciated

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