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Cool Homemade Little Einstein Rocket Cake and Cupcakes

This homemade Little Einstein Rocket cake was made using a chocolate mud cake. A 10″ round pan was used to make the base of the rocket, which I then just shaped using a serrated knife. A round Pyrex dish was used for the top. I then covered the entire cake with red fondant. Blue and yellow fondant were used for the windows and headlights and a little round ball of fondant on a toothpick was used for the aerial. The engines were made entirely from left over fondant, with a cracker stuck in them, which I then covered in red fondant.

The cupcakes were chocolate mud cake or vanilla and were covered in butter-cream. The cupcake toppers were made by printing out images of each character, covering them in adhesive plastic and cutting out each one. I then attached a toothpick to each and stuck it in the cupcake.

This homemade Little Einstein rocket cake was for my son’s 1st birthday.

3 thoughts on “Cool Homemade Little Einstein Rocket Cake and Cupcakes”

  1. The shape of your rocket is the best on this site. Its a simple cake to do but the shape makes or breaks it. Good Job!

  2. I want to make this for my daughter’s birthday. However, when I went to Disney’s website, only the kids characters are available to print. Does anyone have the small rocket cupcake topper to print?

  3. I absolutely love ‘Rocket’ so close to the real deal. Going to attempt to replicate this for my son’s 2nd birthday (He’s obsessed with Einsteins). Thank you for taking the time to post and with such simple yet great detail. :)


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