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Coolest Cookie Monster Birthday Cake 54

by Cathie
(Rockford, Il)

Homemade Cookie Monster Birthday Cake

Homemade Cookie Monster Birthday Cake

Homemade Cookie Monster Birthday Cake
Homemade Cookie Monster Birthday Cake

I started this Homemade Cookie Monster Birthday Cake by baking a single layer chocolate 10 inch square cake and a white cake in the Wilton wonder mold cake pan. I made the head with using Rice Krispie treats shaped in the ball pan.

I frosted the square cake with white frosting then assembled "Cookie" by carving a slight indentation on the bottom of the molded Krispie treat to fit over the top of the wonder mold cake securing it with long wooden skewers. I shaped arms with Krispie treats and attached them to the body with frosting and skewers. I carved the mouth with a serrated knife and frosted the inside with black frosting. I frosted the entire body with blue frosting.

I then moved this on top of the square cake. I used a large Wilton #235 tube to make the fur. I finished the borders on the square cake, added some mini M&Ms for a variety of colors. I put cookies around "Cookie" crumbled some to put crumbs in his mouth and on his fur. I did use ping pong balls for the eyes. I try to do unique cakes for my Grandchildren and this turned out so cute I had to share.

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Coolest Cookie Monster Birthday Cake 58

by Cathie R
(Rockford, Illinois USA)

Homemade Cookie Monster Birthday Cake

Homemade Cookie Monster Birthday Cake

I started this Cookie Monster Birthday Cake by baking a single layer chocolate 10 inch square cake and a white cake in the Wilton wonder mold cake pan. I made the head with using Rice Krispie treats shaped in the ball pan. I frosted the square cake with white frosting then assembled "Cookie" by carving an a slight indentation on the bottom of the molded Krispie treat to fit over the top of the wonder mold cake securing it with long wooden skewers.

I shaped arms with Krispie treats and attached them to the body with frosting and skewers. I carved the mouth with a serated knife and frosted the inside with black frosting. I frosted the entire body with blue frosting. I then moved this on top of the square cake. I used a large Wilton #235 tube to make the fur. I finished the borders on the square cake added some mini M&Ms for a variety of colors. I put cookies around "Cookie" crumbled some to put crumbs in his mouth on his fur. I did use ping pong balls for the eyes.

I try to do unique cakes for my Grandchildren and this turned out so cute I had to share.

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Coolest Cookie Monster Birthday Cake 69

by Aimee O.
(Houston TX, USA)

Homemade Cookie Monster Birthday Cake

Homemade Cookie Monster Birthday Cake

Homemade Cookie Monster Birthday Cake
Homemade Cookie Monster Birthday Cake

This Homemade Cookie Monster Birthday Cake is a cake I made for my husband's birthday. He really likes Cookie Monster. I thought it would be fun to sit Cookie Monster on a giant ice cream cookie.

The cake was a lot harder. After baking the pieces from a giant cupcake mold, I fashioned them into this wonderful Cookie Monster. I had the bottom half of cookie monster from the bottom of the cupcake form. The top was a lot of shaping (after the cake was frozen) and adding a couple small pieces here and there.

The frosting was very difficult to get it to the right color blue. LOTS of food coloring. I had no black food coloring, so I mixed blue and purple. The eyes are just frosting made into a ball shape and frozen.

For the fur, I used a fork to make it look similar to fur. After the "fur" was done, I had made some small chocolate chip cookies that were cut and attached to cookie monsters hand and in front of his foot.

Overall the most fun I have had making a cake in a while.

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