Coolest Club Penguin Cake

I made this Club Penguin Cake for my nephew, Alex, who loves to play on Club Penguin. I made a 13 X 9 yellow cake (Betty Crocker) and used Wilton white icing to save time. I leveled the cake and used corners of the top to make the hill on the left upper corner. One box of cake batter is too little for my 13X9 pan but 2 is too much so I put about 1 1/2 and used the extra in my Wilton mini-ball pan to make the little mounds on the outside corners and right corner of the cake.

I attempted to make club penguin figurines with fondant but the fondant I made was not stiff enough so they kind of sagged. My kids ages 10 and and 8 each made one as well and had lots of fun with it. We painted them with food coloring. Since my own figurines didn’t come out like I wanted I bought a couple of packages of 2 from the Disney Store and put on the cake.

I used skittles to make the rainbow for the leprechaun and pot of gold. I outlined the pond with mini-marshmallows and used piping gel dyed with blue food coloring for the water. The trees were made with small pretzel sticks and I used the leaf tip #352 to make the branches and #5 writing tip to make snow on them. (Hint: sugar cones work better for the shape but I didn’t have any). I used #104 petal tip to make the wave boarder.

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