Hulk Cake Ideas
Prince Rupert, B.C.
My nephew wanted the Incredible Hulk for his sixth birthday so I used the Wilton WWF stars cake pan and copied a Hulk picture. I iced him green. The kids thought he looked very scary!
This is a cake I made for my sons 5th birthday. He is a big fan of the Incredible Hulk. He loved the idea of having the cake to eat and having a hulk toy to play with after. We just bought a hulk toy and made the cake to look like a building that he is getting ready to bust through. It was a lot of fun and the other kids loved it too!
This Hulk picture cake is so simple! Make any cake you like and frost with white frosting, trying to get a nice flat surface. Put frosted cake in the freezer for about 45 minutes. Take a page from your kids coloring book (or off the internet) with a Hulk picture and trace on wax paper with black writing icing from the grocery store. Two people carefully lift up the wax paper and flip it over on the top of the cake and then lift the wax paper straight up off the cake. That's your outline. Now all you have to do is fill it in with white frosting tinted different colors with food coloring. The image will look a little sharper if you go back over the black again after you've filled it in.
Winnipeg, MB Canada
I started with a rectangular cake. I printed the image off on the computer, and placed it on to the cake. I carved around the paper to shape the cake. Then, I iced the Hulk picture cake using butter cream icing.