This dinner plate cake was made as a birthday cake for someone who loves pie and chips. She has it most nights (and is still as thin as a rake!).
This cake is just a simple Victoria sponge with buttercream and jam filling. The decoration is rolled out royal icing and other icing coloured and shaped to create the food on top. I used melted chocolate to fill the pie and tin foil to make the pie tin.
I made this dinner cake for my family's Christmas dinner. It is completely edible. I thought the melted butter looks the most real. My sister in law thought the whole thing was real when it was sitting on the buffet table.
It is completely edible. The plate is made from gumpaste, and the rest is made from fondant. The only thing that is real is the Fiestaware plate holding the cake.
This birthday cake was for my 2 year old nephew. I made this using pound cake and Twinkies! I just cut out the center of the pound cake and laid the iced Twinkies inside. The scrap pieces from the cut out, I used to make the french fries. The ketchup and mustard is just icing! They loved it!