Money Cake

Decorating By kbcakes14 Updated 8 Apr 2014 , 4:26am by auzzi

kbcakes14 Posted 7 Apr 2014 , 5:18pm
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I need to make this money cake and she would like it to be completely edible 8O  it will only be 2 tiers, but how would you make this without breaking the bank with edible images???

 

 

 

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AZCouture Posted 7 Apr 2014 , 5:47pm
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AYou'll be breaking the bank with edible images, sorry.

Rudd Posted 7 Apr 2014 , 5:50pm
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I'm no where near a pro, just a hobby baker, but I really don't see anyway to get that look without using edible images. Sounds like a case of 'if she wants it, she's gotta pay for it' to me. Why fret over how to make the cake any way other than edible images & drive yourself crazy? I'd do it how I best felt comfortable & if the client doesn't like your quote with the crazy amount of edible images needed then let them make it themselves. Is it even illegal to copy currency, even if it is on an icing sheet & meant to eat?

Sassyzan Posted 7 Apr 2014 , 5:58pm
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morganchampagne Posted 7 Apr 2014 , 5:58pm
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ADitto to what's said above

LizzieAylett Posted 7 Apr 2014 , 6:03pm
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I know that over here you can get rice paper that looks like money for not very much cost at all.  It's available in most sweetie shops, or there are lots of options on ebay (search rice paper money).  Just wrap one sheet round a cylinder of fondant, and there you go!

kbcakes14 Posted 7 Apr 2014 , 6:38pm
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It's not illegal to copy currency, it just has to be like 75% or 125% the size of actual currency.

 

I have given her a quote with the added expense of the edible images, just wasn't sure if anyone had some amazing trick to get the same effect. I figure with the 2 tiers that I will probably need 36 bills (cut in 4 for each "roll")

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