How Do I Make A Jell-O Shot Cake??? Help!

Decorating By hollydeanne Updated 31 Oct 2014 , 8:39am by fajhouseofcakes

hollydeanne Posted 29 Oct 2014 , 7:41pm
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AOkay so I have to make a cake for this weekend that looks like a Jell-O shot, but is made out of cake...not jello! It's going to be a candy corn Jell-O shot cake. It's supposed to look like this picture. Does anyone have any suggestions? [ATTACHMENT=1985]image.jpg (150k. jpg file)[/ATTACHMENT]

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FioreCakes Posted 29 Oct 2014 , 9:42pm
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Maybe someone else will chime in but maybe you could cover the colors with fondant and then use gelatin around the sides to give a glass look? I think isomalt would be difficult to work with for this. 

bubs1stbirthday Posted 29 Oct 2014 , 10:03pm
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Maybe you could ice the outside of the cake in the different colours using a crusting buttercream. Let it crust really well then go over the whole lot with piping gel to give it a shine.

FrostedMoon Posted 29 Oct 2014 , 11:46pm
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Make it as a carved extended tier cake and cover it with panels of fondant in the appropriate colors.  Then paint it with corn syrup mixed with vodka (the alcohol evaporates out) to make it shiny. A ring of isomalt would probably work best for the clear rim look, but you could probably just do a ring of lighter yellow gumpaste on top.

hollydeanne Posted 30 Oct 2014 , 4:02am
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AThank you SO much for all of your suggestions.

hollydeanne Posted 30 Oct 2014 , 4:05am
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AThis is kind of how I thought I'd do it. I just wasn't sure how to make it shiny and how to do the top rim of the cup. I will definitely try that. Thank you SO much.

fajhouseofcakes Posted 31 Oct 2014 , 8:39am
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Brushing a small amount of clear piping gel on your fondant should work without making your fondant gummy. Just make sure you let the fondant dry first. :)

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