Coolest Wall E Cake

This is a Wall E cake I made for a friend’s daughter. She loves Wall-E. The cake is yellow cake baked in a 10inch and 6 inch pans. They are both iced in butter cream. The characters I made a few days ahead of time out of melted chocolate.

They are called chocolate transfers. You find an image that you like and tape it down to a hard flat surface. Then you tape a piece of wax paper over it. Then you pipe over the outlines with melted black chocolate and let it dry. Once dry, you fill it in with the appropriate colors. Don’t worry about how messy it looks, because as you are working, you are looking at the back. Let each color set up at a time. If you have to, you can put it in the fridge to help it harden.

Once done and hardened, remove your completed image from the wax paper and turn over! The possibilities with this method are endless.

3 thoughts on “Coolest Wall E Cake”

  1. Can you explain the melted chocolate thing in more detail for me? How do you make the colors? All of the outlines are in the dark chocolate, right?

  2. I used Glad Press and Seal instead of wax paper and it worked really well and I didn’t have to tape down the picture then….it worked awesome! LOVE this cake….I’m making it for my Son’s 3rd Birthday. Thank you for posting it.

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