16 thoughts on “Cool Homemade Double Loop Roller Coaster Cake”

  1. Well, geez, what happened to the >150 words rule? How did you make the tracks? We all want to know!!

  2. but your description of how to make the cake,, including the tracks,,we all want to know,, but its a very cute cake still

  3. Hi,
    I wish you would have posted how you made your cake, including the tracks, what you used for the roller coaster cars, etc., then you wouldn’t have everyone asking. :)
    Anyway, how did you make the tracks? What are the cars made of?
    Please tell me. I need to make a cake for next week! :)

  4. I’m going to try this cake and for the tracks will cut our poster board and cover it with aluminum foil. Will let you know how it works.

  5. MY GRANDSON WANTS A ROLLER COASTER CAKE . WILL YOU PLEASE LET ME KNOW SOME OF YOUR SECRETS MAINLY THE TRACKS. THANKS

  6. I’m guessing that no one figured out the tracks. Just thought I’d ask. Cute cake but I don’t want to tackle it without knowing. I’m just a beginner so I need to make sure it’s something I can handle.

  7. You can make some tracks from rice crispies but they’ll be thicker. I used hot wheels loops, and wrapped them in ceran wrap and frosted them and put them in the fridge to set, they are obviously not edible but cool effect.

  8. I made this cake in July and ended out cutting the tracks from Poster board and covering them with aluminum foil. It took a lot of time but worked great and looked spectacular!

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