Small Tiered Lego Cake

Baking By VickyH4 Updated 22 May 2015 , 5:00pm by MinaBakes

VickyH4 Posted 22 May 2015 , 3:28am
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My friend wants me to make a Lego cake for her son's birthday party. She wants a tiered look but only a 4", 6" & 8".  I'm unsure of how to post a picture or I would post the one she wants. With the small cake size, wouldn't that be terribly small? I've never done a cake that small before. Any suggestions? She just wants the typical Lego block looking cakes, but on top of each other. She thinks by the smaller size it will be easier on me. 


Thanks!

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winniemog Posted 22 May 2015 , 3:46am
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How many servings are needed?

MinaBakes Posted 22 May 2015 , 4:43am
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You've got to find out how many people she wants it to feed and you tell HER how many tiers she'll need. If no tiers are necessary, then maybe do a dummy cake to add the height she wants.

VickyH4 Posted 22 May 2015 , 4:53am
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Around 50 people.

MinaBakes Posted 22 May 2015 , 5:00pm
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Then you can do a couple combinations: 6" & 9", 6" & 8", 7" & 8", (assuming they are square?) and if she wants a third tier, then do a dummy cake of the next size up or the next size down. 

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