Coolest Power Rangers Cake Ideas and Decorating Tips

Morph into your favorite Power Ranger while you browse through this awesome homemade Power Rangers cake collection. Powerful, fun and colorful, these Power Rangers cakes are everything you want in an awesome birthday cake!

It’s thrilling for a kid to have their favorite characters and toys as their birthday cake. While it may seem intimidating, there are many clever ways to make a Power Rangers cake without staying up all night. Of course, if you would like to stay up decorating all night, there are many ideas for you too!

One fantastic design idea is take one part of the uniform, such as the shirt, and make that the entire birthday cake. Another popular idea is to focus on the helmet. You will find incredible 2D and 3D helmet cakes here. Even better, they come with detailed instructions for you to try at home.

So, check out these amazing homemade Power Rangers cakes for your next birthday cake!

And don’t forget… if you end up with a cool cake, have great tips to share or pictures of awesome birthday cakes you’ve made in the past, share them here and be a part of our coolest birthday cake community.

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Cake by Wendy A., Oak Harbor

Power Rangers Cake

This was a Power Rangers cake that my hubby and I made for a friend. it was a big sheet cake and carved to shape then put rolled fondant over the whole thing. After that I hand painted the red and black with the Wiltons dye with a little bit of water. Then I piped colored frosting for the detail

Cake by Rachel H., UK

Power Rangers Cake

This cake was simple to make. I basically made a 10″ round sponge cake and shaped it to look face/head like. I then covered it in red sugar paste as this was the little boy’s favorite ranger colour. All of the features were made from colored sugar paste and added using a little water to secure into place.

Cake by Virginia B., Arlington Heights, IL

Power Rangers Cake

To make pattern for a Power Rangers cake enlarge a photo downloaded from the internet for the shoulders/upper body. Use a Halloween costume mask as a guide for the head. The head is two 9″ layers filled and sculpted to the head shape then covered in fondant. The shoulders are two 11×15 inch layers filled and sculpted then covered in fondant.

The red color is chef master powdered food color dissolved in lemon extract and painted onto the cake. The black is colored fondant pieces attached with royal icing.