I made this cake for my hockey billet. This was my second attempt at being creative with fondant after watching the cake shows on TV. Skate was formed using rice crispies molded in the shape of a skate and covered with fondant. I cut holes in the fondant to lace up the skate using just a strand of fondant.
I took apart a real skate and used the blade under my skate. I had my husband cut slits in real pucks to stand the blade of the skate other wise it would fall over. The jersey was made from a sheet cake and decorated in his team colors with his name.
The cake was a complete hit with 23 hockey players taking out their cell phones to take pictures. Total time for this cake for our hockey fan was about 10 hours, start to finish.
I made this hockey cake for my husband who is a huge Montreal Canadians fan. The cake is four layers of devils food cake with a chocolate ganache filling. I made the ganache just by adding heated heavy cream to chocolate chips, let it cool and then whipped until thick.
The cake is covered in vanilla butter cream. I first did a crumb coat and put the cake in the freezer to harden a little, then I downloaded the logo from the internet and placed the paper over the chilled cake and poked holes with a pin to copy outline.
I then covered the cake by piping butter cream using a #16 star tip. This cake was a lot of fun to make and my husband loved it as well.
My little brother loves the Philadelphia Flyers probably more than I do. So, for his birthday he wanted a hockey cake. They really don't make too many of those in stores so I decided to surprise him and crossed my fingers hoping this Flyers birthday cake would turn out.
This was my first cake I made without box directions. It took me about 9 hours to decorate with each little icing star. I probably should have just iced it flat with mostly black icing but it looks better with the little stars. I was so very happy with how it turned out and it was a huge hit at his birthday party. Oh and the black icing.. well it turned everyone's mouth black, but it was a good laugh.
To make this fun hockey cake, I baked a standard 9x13 cake (whatever type your kid likes). After it cooled, I frosted it with white fluffy frosting and smoothed it out to get the look of ice. I used 5 of my son’s hockey guys and the goals on top of the cake. He wanted it to be a shootout so one guy is shooting against the goalie as his teammates stand by watching.
I drew out the lines with red and blue frosting according to what my son described as to how the ice looks since he plays. This was an easy cake to make and my son and his friends loved it!
The cake is 11 x 15 Wilton cake pan. It uses 2 store bought cake mixes. The cake is iced with Wilton's buttercream icing and layered with icing as well.
The skate and puck are made from rice krispie squares recipe and shaped. Fondant icing is used to cover the skate and puck. Everything is edible except for the skate blade with its foil. This was my first time using fondant. I will definitely try it again.
This homemade hockey skate cake was for my son's Hockey Team windup Party. It was a great success.
For my son's 4th birthday he asked for a Flyers cake. So I decided to do a Homemade Hockey Jersey Birthday Cake.
I baked a 9 x 13 cake. Then covered the cake in fondant, orange fondant and made sleeves with white, orange and black fondant. Using a picture and fondant I made the Flyers symbol and put it on the jersey for the finishing touches.
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