One of my twins requested a Lime Incredible Hulk Cake for his 5th birthday. I made a 9" two layer Lime cake (recipe used a lemon cake mix with lime jello). I added some green food coloring to the cake mix for more color. It's covered in a Lime Cream Cheese frosting.
I used premade green fondant for the face. I found a picture from a book and enlarged it and traced the lines on my copy that I wanted to duplicate onto the cake. After rolling out the fondant on wax paper, I just laid my picture on top and trimmed the fondant in the shape I needed for the face. The wax paper just peeled off the back and I placed the face on the chilled cake top. Then I just added the hair and facial lines with store bought black icing, and piped icing for the eyes too. And trimmed the bottom with green stars.
He loved it and it was cool that the inside was green too.
I made this Hulk Birthday Cake for a 10yr old boy and all he asked for was 'A Hulks head'. So that's what I did. I cooked a large cake in a hexagon tin so I got the width at the top and I cut down the cake so when I was finished I had a smaller 'jaw' line at the bottom. I then covered 2/3 of the cake in green butter icing and 1/3 in black. The green part then became the face and the black top became the head.
I used black writing icing (available in supermarkets) in a small tube to make the hair look textured and to get the right shape of Hulks fringe line. Using white and black writing icing i continued to 'draw' the features onto the face, this is the most time consuming part as you need to get the right shape and amount of teeth and make sure you include little details like the tiny bit of green in each eye.
I baked two 9 x 13 cakes and cut down into squares (didn't have square cake pans). Frosted first layer green, top layer red using Wilton icing colors and store bought white frosting. The brick lines and writing on top were created using black cake decorating gel from the grocery store.
For some reason, my second tube of black gel didn't work well...there were air bubbles in the tube and it kept "burping" as I was writing. Edged the cake with purple frosting (just added blue to the left over red frosting). Used the Incredible Hulk figure we receiving in a Happy Meal. Bought the candles at the party store.
My four-year old son loved this Homemade Incredible Hulk Cake!
I decorated the incredible hulk cake on monday May 11th for my other sons 4th birthday. It took between 3 to 4 hours to decorate. I used a superman cake pan to design it. I drew a picture on paper before decorating the cake. My girlfriend and I found some neon food coloring which helped with the brightness. we mixed it with regular green and I think it turned out pretty good. My son was very excited about it because it s his favorite character, For now that is.
This cake is 2 boxes of Pillsbury cake...one chocolate and one white. I crumb coated and then added another layer of butter cream about 30 minutes later. I took an image from a coloring book then copied and enlarged the picture. From there I just free handed with piping frosting. I have actually put the pic on top of the cake before, and then traced over it with a knife. Then I removed the picture and outlined my tracing with icing.
I made this Incredible Hulk cake for my husband's birthday. Every year we do a birthday theme and this year it was the Incredible Hulk.
The cake is two 9" rounds and I used homemade buttercream fondant. I ended up sculpting the face from the fondant. I had a green fondant base and then added the black for shadow, using a mini paint brush.
Overall this cake came out pretty good for my first attempt at using homemade fondant.