I made this for my Homemade Club Penguin Cake for my "crazy" daughter's 9th Birthday party. She loved it! I made the snowy scene with layers of icing in different colors. The "puffles" are sideways turned frosted cupcakes. Their eyes are small marshmallows cut almost in half with dots of frosting. Each "puffle" has a different expression I drew with chocolate frosting and pieces of fruit roll-up for tongues.
I "picked" the frosting at the top of each "puffle" to make it look furry. The igloo is crispy rice treats molded in a large bowl and turned upside-down, frosted and decorated. The igloo entrance is a cupcake turned on its side facing top forward with a quarter of cupcake on each side of it. I frosted it all to look like an arched entrance.
I topped the igloo with a "Rockhopper" figurine and a printed Club Penguin flag attached to a straw. I used Wilton food coloring gel mixed in white butter cream frosting.
The party guests ate more of the crispy rice treats than they usually do cake. Crispy rice treats mold easily into shapes once they start to cool. I spray my hands with cooking spray to keep them from sticking.
I made this ice cream Club Penguin Cake for my son's 10th birthday. It is made with 2 layers of ice cream sandwiches with his favorite flavor of ice cream and sliced candy bars between the layers and frosted with Cool Whip.
For the igloo, I froze ice cream in a bowl. When it was frozen solid, I unmolded the ice cream and quickly covered with marshmallow fondant that I prepared ahead of time. The lighthouse is a toilet paper roll covered with fondant topped with more fondant and a light from a Lego set.
The lighthouse looks more like a Russian spire than a lighthouse, but the kids didn't notice. I used fondant to make the puffles (this was tedious) and the lake. The penguins are toys, they can be found at Target or ToysRus.
I was asked to make a homemade Club Penguin cake for a boy's birthday party that was Club Penguin themed. Club Penguin is an online game where penguins can chat to other penguins, etc. The birthday boy's penguin in the game is green, so I made a frozen buttercream transfer of a green penguin.
The orange thing by his feet is called a Puffle, which is a penguin's pet. I made the puffle the same colour as the boy's orange puffle in the game, so that the cake was personalized.
The frozen transfer was very simple to make as I was only using three colours, however it was rather time consuming. I left space for the parents to add candles and it was done!
I made this Club Penguin Birthday Cake for my son's 3rd birthday. I baked a 13"x9" cake, and then cut out the shape of the penguin. I iced the penguin with icing and then worked on the detail of the penguin by spreading icing.