My son is a big fan of dinosaurs so for his 7th birthday party I decided to try and make him this homemade Megasaurus cake. I used Wilton's Megasaurus cake tin. I had to bake 2 cakes to make it high enough to look good and I was scared of slicing through the middle of one to fill with butter cream so thought making 2 was the ideal solution.
To decorate I used a leaf nozzle to pipe on the leaves, a star tip to pipe in the body, and an outline tip to outline the eyes, mouth, claws etc. The teeth were cut out of some rolled out icing, also the eyes, which were then painted with yellow colouring. I was really pleased with how it turned out and more importantly so was my son!! HE LOVED IT!!!
This is a cake I made for my son's 3rd birthday! He requested a green dinosaur cake, so that was my goal! I borrowed a cake pan & used 1 box of Pillsbury Confetti cake mix & baked according to box, you may have to adjust your bake time depending on size of pan. I then used Wilton's tubed frosting in black to outline the cake & do the face, then star-tipped the rest of the cake. The belly was done in leaf green, scales in yellow & the rest of the body in a darker green. I was really happy with how the cake turned out! My son loved it and so did all our guests! It was fun to do & really easy!
I made this cake for my nephews birthday. I used 2 13x9 cakes. 1 for the base & one cut in half & stacked to make the waterfall. The volcano is made outta rice crispies. I used pretzel sticks & tootsie rolls to make trees & bushes. I frosted everything in dark fudge frosting & added tinted coconut to create a lush looking setting. I used tinted frosting for the waterfall & lava. I added some dino figurines. It was a big hit at the party