Coolest Bakugan Cake

My friend’s son (and mine actually) are obsessed with Bakugans!! So, for Logan’s 6th birthday he begged me to make him a Bakugan cake! I was a little unsure at first, I’d never made a round cake, and those Bakugans can be pretty intricate! But I figured I would give it a shot!

I used the Wilton Sports Ball pan, and the recipe included to make a denser cake (Basically just use less oil :)) Then I followed the instructions for decorating a round cake.

Once I had all the teal colour on, I moved on to the patterns on the Bakugan I was using as a guide. It came together pretty quickly and was a HUGE hit with all the boys at the party. I would definitely make this cake again. Total working time, 5 hours.

18 thoughts on “Coolest Bakugan Cake”

  1. Hi Anonymous, I have no idea when you left your comment, so I hope I’m not too late! Anyway! The whole cake is decorated with icing. for the indentations (where on a real Bakugan, it would open) I used a toothpick and wooden skewer. Hope that helps!!

  2. I have no idea how old this is, or when it was posted, but that is awesome! You are very creative and resourceful!! You should start charging for cakes like that!
    I’ve been looking for ideas for my 5yr-old’s birthday…thanks SO much for sharing!!

  3. I used the Wilton Sports ball pan. So the cake turned out about the size of a small basketball.

  4. I am going to make this cake for my son’s birthday party Sunday. Did you use icing to seal the 2 cakes together or did you use dowel rods? This is a GREAT cake and I cannot wait to make it! I did a practice cake a few weeks ago and it looked great. Thanks for posting your fabulous work and ideas!

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