Coolest Lego Cake

I made this Lego cake starting with 4 9X13 cakes. I make the cakes and froze them until frozen (a couple days). Next cut them into 3rds then the 3rds in 1/2 (even the 1/2’s in 1/2 for the smallest Lego). Each Lego is 2 layers high.

I iced the cake I was doing then went to the next Lego from there. Many cakes I found were using fondant icing and I don’t like its taste so I just took the time and smoothed my icing out really well and put them all on a Lego palate.

For the knobs, I took a frozen piece of cake and I used an old film roll and cut a hole in the top of it(so I could get them out of the roll). Punch as many holes as you need. (This can have as many Legos as you feel like making). I cut the circle as tall as I wanted my knobs to be and I iced the side of is. Then I put it on the block where they needed to go and iced the top.

All the boys LOVED it and the frozen cakes make it very moist!!(a cake expert friend gave me that tip). I have only had a few cakes so I’m no pro! You can do it too! Have fun.

8 thoughts on “Coolest Lego Cake”

  1. Thanks for your inspiring creation! I have many Lego fans in my family, so I will be trying your techniques!

  2. What did you use for the base–I am hoping to create a Lego cake in March and am trying to plan ahead. THanks

  3. Thank you so much for your ideas! I will be creating some thing very similar on the weekend. You have inspired me.

  4. I don,t like the taste of fondant either, but here a yummy-easy recipe that I use as fondant:

    slowly melt mini marshmallows (microwave) and add icing sugar (alot of it) mix and adjust either of the ingredient until you get a good dough. You can keep your dough well sealed for a couple of months, you just have to heat it up.

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