Coolest Little Einsteins Rocket Cake

Homemade Little einsteins Rocket Cake

I made this Little Einsteins Rocket cake for a friend and it turned out really cute and it was fairly simple to make. I used the 3D Wilton egg pan for the top portion and a Wilton oval pan (10 3/4 x7 7/8 inch). I used the ready made Wilton frosting and I think it … Read more

Coolest Little Einsteins Rocket Cake

Homemade Little Einsteins Rocket Cake

Since Einstein is the only show little Khalil will watch, it was fitting to make his first birthday cake with that theme. This Little Einsteins Rocket Cake was pretty easy, as there were no difficult shapes to deal with. First I baked an 8×3 and 10×3 round cake. I refrigerated them for 10 minutes and … Read more

Coolest Rocket Cake

Homemade Rocket Cake

This rocket cake was pretty easy. Use a 9″x13″ prepared cake (mix or other) then cut out the sections. Try to be careful at the bottom triangles, because you will be using those on top. I found that I didn’t have enough cake to do the “USA” part, (which was 4.5″ x 1.5″) but was … Read more

Coolest Little Einsteins Cake Photos and How-To Tips 0

I made this Little Einstein cake for my daughter Zoe. She loves Rocket. I used nine cakes to get the shape I wanted. I froze cake and carved Rocket out, then covered in buttercream. I then covered cake in fondant. I used Fondant to make windows, lights and used Rice Crispy Treats to make engines … Read more

Coolest Little Einsteins Cake

Homemade Einsteins Rocket Cake

I made this Little Einsteins cake using three chocolate cake mixes; a sheet pan for the base, an oval casserole dish for the bottom of rocket and a round Pyrex dish for the top. I used mini chocolate Swiss rolls and pieces of graham wafer biscuits for the engines. The oval cake rose up unevenly … Read more

Cool Homemade Little Einsteins Rocket Birthday Cake

Homemade Little Einsteins Rocket Birthday Cake

I created this Little Einsteins Rocket Birthday Cake for my son’s second birthday using a 9”round cake tin and 6” round cake tin. I started by baking two separate cakes, one sponge and the other chocolate. To keep things simple I used a whipped cream and jam filling with both and then covered in butter … Read more

Coolest Rocket Cake

Homemade Rocket Cake

I made this Rocket Cake for a 5 year old birthday boy! Blast-off from Saturn! For Saturn/Planet: 1. Butter and flour Pyrex bowl. Combine Red Velvet Cake mix per directions, pour into bowl and bake at 350 for 1hr 15 min or just until done by testing with skewer or toothpick. 2. Cool completely then … Read more

Coolest Little Einsteins Cake Photos and How-To Tips 1

My two year old just loves Disneys Little Einstein and especially Rocket. Of course they don’t make a cake pan for Little Einsteins cake so I took an oval shaped graduated Pyrex dish and a large round pan (I think it was 14″). I cut the large round cake into an oval shape to be … Read more

Homemade Little Einstein Rocket Cake

Coolest Little Einstein Rocket Cake

For the Little Einstein Rocket cake, I used one nine inch cake pan for the bottom, a 2.5 quart Pyrex Glass bowl and 2 Twinkies for the rocket boosters. For the icing, I used a Wilton Frosting mix box and a flower tip for the icing design. I also used an entire little jar of … Read more

Coolest Little Einsteins Rocket Birthday Cake

Homemade Little Einsteins Rocket Birthday Cake

I made this Little Einsteins Rocket Birthday Cake for my son Dominikk’s 2nd birthday. It was pretty easy to make. I used a 16in round cake pan for the base of rocket. For the top where the windows are I used a round casserole dish and filled it 3/4 of the way (had to cook … Read more

Coolest Rocket Cake

Homemade Rocket Cake

This was my first time working with marshmallow fondant, or fondant of any kind. I searched the internet and found a really easy recipe for this fondant which I made about a week before my son’s birthday. I stored the fondant in a ziploc bag in the fridge. I decorated the cake the morning of … Read more

Coolest Little Einsteins Cake Photos and How-To Tips 2

I made this Little Einsteins cake from one round 8′ pan. I had planned to purchase a dome pan but had a hard time finding a dome pan so at the last minute and opted to cut a Styrofoam ball in half. Wilton carried a dome pan. And I contemplated using one of those pans … Read more