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Coolest Fish Cake 64

by Sharee
(Red Oak)

Homemade Fish Cake

Homemade Fish Cake

I made this homemade fish cake for my husband who loves to go fishing. I used 5 different sized layers only 1 layer each started with a 6" round and went all the way up to a 10" round. I put each cake on cake boards and separated with dowel rods and put one long dowel rod through the entire top of cake to bottom of cake to keep it in place.

I iced the cake in buttercream and wrapped in marshmallow fondant for the sides in 2 separate pieces. I folded the tops over to make an edge. I used wire and bent to make it like handle shape and then covered it in fondant and stuck one on each side. I made the fish out of rice krispie treats and covered in fondant. I put a dowel rod through the fish head and then put on cake to hold it in place.

I made a fondant fish tail and put it on the back part. I used blue buttercream and covered the top of the homemade fish cake. I also made the lure and worms out of fondant. Hope I mentioned everything, anyways it was really fun to make and my husband loved it.

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going to gove in a try
by: Alicia

I love this cake and I think I am going to give it a try! I never used fondant before but I want to try. This fish's head is cool and the buck is a neat idea. Great cake!

going to gove in a try
by: Alicia

I love this cake and I think I am going to give it a try! I never used fondant before but I want to try. This fish's head is cool and the buck is a neat idea. Great cake!

Yes?
by: Billy Joel

It's lovely!

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Coolest Fish Birthday Cake 50

by Tracy
(Katy, TX)

Homemade Fish Birthday Cake

Homemade Fish Birthday Cake

I made this Fish Birthday Cake for my Dad. It is a French vanilla cake and iced with homemade buttercream icing.

I baked the cake in a typical dark coat pan. I let it cool for about 2 hours (on the counter). After cooling, I cut the shape of the fish out (while in the pan).

After transferring the cake, I iced one layer. I let the cake sit for about 10 minutes and then went back to tip the cake with a Wilton's Star Tip (#18). The bubbles and border are tinted blue with regular blue food coloring. The lips are tinted with yellow. The fish eye is a simple brown M&M.

This cake was really easy and fun to do. My Dad enjoyed it as well.

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Coolest Homemade Fish Birthday Cake 55

by Aunt Ruth
(South Carolina)

 Homemade Fish Birthday Cake

Homemade Fish Birthday Cake

I baked a devil's food 9 x 13 sheet then cut off the four corners in such as way as to be able to use the pieces for the tail and fins for this Homemade Fish Birthday Cake.

It's iced with peanut butter icing. The details are simply tubed on in cold "hot" fudge sauce. It was easy and SO yummy! I bake all the birthday cakes for my nephew, his wife and their 11 kids!! What fun to see their expectant faces as I arrive at the parties! Joel is an avid fisherman, hence the fish theme!

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<3
by: Anonymous

I made this as a white cake with chocolate buttercream icing this weekend It was so so easy and every one commented on how cute it turned out!

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Coolest Fish Birthday Cake 48

by Celeste T.
(Christchurch, New Zealand)

Homemade Fish Birthday Cake

Homemade Fish Birthday Cake

I made this Fish Birthday Cake for my nephew's first birthday, my sister told me she wanted a fish cake as her husband is all into fishing.

I went on to the internet and found a colouring picture of the shape I wanted, which I had photocopied to the size I needed, then I cut around this on the cake.

The cake was really easy once I got started. The blue is coloured fondant and I piped the middle with butter icing and outlined with licorice.

I had a lot of fun making this one.

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Coolest Fish Birthday Cake 45

by Carla C.
(Rainelle, WV, USA)

Homemade Fish Birthday Cake

Homemade Fish Birthday Cake

I made this Fish Birthday Cake for a 16 year old boy that loves to fish. I ordered two fish shaped pans online and used "parts" off of both baked cakes to come up with a desired shape and size.

I made the cake using a red velvet mix. I cut a hole in the belly of the cake, filling it with Gummy Worms.

I simply blended my cake icing colors using a spatula. The kids loved it.

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Looks like the real thing
by: Anonymous

Good job--it looks so real, I don't know if I could eat it or not. I bet the worms made a nice addition.

It really is cool
by: Anonymous

That is one of the best fish cakes I've seen. Very creative.

bass with a full belly
by: Anonymous

Great cake, very creative with the gummy worms!!!

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Coolest Homemade Fish Birthday Cake 57

by Heidi
(St Helens, Australia)

Homemade Fish Birthday Cake

Homemade Fish Birthday Cake

This Homemade Fish Birthday Cake is great when you're off to a party that's for boys and girls because everyone loves Nemo! The colours are super easy to change around and it's up to your own imagination.

The cake itself takes two packet cake mixes and I used a chocolate and vanilla mix and then marbled them just to give a bit extra to the effect.

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