Coolest Curious George Cake Photos and Tips 9

The actual cake itself is just the funfetti mix from Pillsbury (cooked a little under temp guides so that its nice and moist). The icing is homemade almond buttercream, tinted a nice yellow or skin tone wherever needed. The hair is two different kinds of chocolate canned frosting (for color variation). We also used two … Read more

Coolest Homemade Curious George Cakes 2

I made a second batch to use for decorating tinting a bit at a time to use for Georges face, the lettering and the border. For the dark brown portions of George’s fur I went ahead and used some of my leftover chocolate frosting from the inside of the cake. It was the perfect color! … Read more

Cool Homemade Curious George Cake

Curious George

I made this Curious George cake for our niece Hayden’s first birthday party. I used a few of the ideas from this very website and designed my own version. The hat is made from two 6” round cakes stacked with one-half of a sports ball pan on top. The base of the hat is two … Read more

Coolest Curios George Birthday Cake

Homemade Curios George Birthday Cake

This Curios George Birthday Cake was for my nephew Yaacov. I read the story of Curious George and from that I made my design. I started in ” the forest” then went to the city where the zoo was and then up in the air with the balloons just like Curious George did in the … Read more

Adorable Homemade Curious George Cake

Homemade Curious George Cake

My niece Summer is obsessed with Curious George. Most of her imaginative play includes the man with the yellow hat and George gets blamed for things Summer does. I used a Curious George party plate for my design of this Curious George Cake. Cut 2 round cakes and some cupcakes into all the pieces. I … Read more

Coolest Curious George Cake Photos and Tips 10

Roll out ready-made fondant icing that has been colored yellow. Cut a circle out of that using a large plate as a template. Place the carved “doll” cake in the center of the circle. Ice with buttercream icing first to create a smooth finish. After the buttercream icing add more rolled out fondant to the … Read more

Coolest Homemade Curious George Cakes 3

I used a paint brush on the back of the parchment paper to help transfer the gel when I turned it over onto the cake. I used a small star tip and medium consistency icing to fill in all the features. I used the writing tip and thin consistency icing with a touch of piping … Read more

Adorable Homemade Curious George Face Cake

Curious George Cake

I made this Curious George cake using a round 28cm (11 inch) cake pan, and a basic dense chocolate cake batter. I printed out the picture of George (drawn to size on the computer) and cut around it, using some of the off-cuts to construct his ears and flick of hair. I fixed the ears … Read more

Coolest Curious George CupCake Birthday Cake

Homemade Curious George CupCake Birthday Cake

For my son’s 2nd birthday he wanted a Curious George CupCake Birthday Cake, so when I was thinking about how to design this cake, I came to the conclusion that George’s head is round like a cupcake! I baked a bunch of cupcakes, put them together to form the general shape of a monkey’s head … Read more

Fun Homemade Curious George Cake

Curious George Cake

My husband joined me in the kitchen to make this fun Curious George cake. I began with a printout of Curious George’s face, enlarged to fit the pan. I taped the printout to a cutting board, and over that I taped wax paper. For each color I used candy melts and chocolate chips, piped out … Read more

Coolest Curious George Cake Photos and Tips 11

The large cake is a traditional butter cake, which used 9 eggs – it was a very firm cake which made cutting out the Curious George shape easier. The Curious George feet and hands had to be attached using toothpicks. The balloon cakes (same recipe but with 6 eggs each) were made using an oval … Read more

Coolest Homemade Curious George Cakes 4

The cake is a 9×13 and a 6×9 put together. The two “balloons” are cakes made in glass custard dishes. This was my first attempt so I bought an 18-piece Wilton beginner kit which had the tips I needed (#4 and #16 I think?) The boys loved it.