Let's Play LEGOs!!

A fun birthday cake... Themed afte Lego building blocks. The Green Base Board was Vanilla cake with a Bavarian Cream filling. The Blue and Red Building Blocks were baked in mini-loaf pans and the Yellow block was a small square pan.

I used the pre-packaged primary colors pack of Fondant from Wilton... I found it to be very wet and hard to roll out w/o sticking, but we got through it.

Comments

khoudek Says... 8 years ago

How cool is this cake???? Love it.... the colors, the originality, everything!!!

jelligirl Says... 8 years ago

i bet the kiddies got a kick out of that....great job!

khoudek Says... 8 years ago

How cool is this cake???? Love it.... the colors, the originality, everything!!!

cakes47 Says... 8 years ago

Really adorable. Nice work !! Maybe if you kneaded more powdered sugar into the fondant it wouldn't be ''sticky''?? Also keep adding when rolling it out. It's still a great cake!!!

Smoochiefrog Says... 8 years ago

What an original idea! I love it!

CarolAnn Says... 8 years ago

This is soo cute! Did you come up with this yourself or did you find instruction somewhere. My neice's boys are having a joint b-day party in March and this would be soo cute for their party! Very clever, love it!

MyCakesRock Says... 8 years ago

I hate wilton fondant, for many reasons, next time try MMF there is a recipe on here, its perfect for beginers cause it is easy to make and easy to use. But this cake is soooooo cute! I love it!

Sugar_Plum_Fairy Says... 8 years ago

That is so great! I love it!

LvMy4Runner Says... 8 years ago

Thanks for all the compliments!!! I have been wanting to try MMF I will try that next. The idea just came from looking at other lego type cakes. I covered each piece in the fondant let it dry a bit, then stacked the cakes.

dalgal Says... 8 years ago

what a great idea. I love it

cakesonoccasion Says... 7 years ago

Super!!! What did you use for the ...whatchmacallits?? the round parts that make them hook together...I'm sure they have a name...anyway- are those cookies??

dalgal Says... 8 years ago

what a great idea. I love it

Sugar_Plum_Fairy Says... 8 years ago

That is so great! I love it!

LvMy4Runner Says... 8 years ago

Thanks for all the compliments!!! I have been wanting to try MMF I will try that next. The idea just came from looking at other lego type cakes. I covered each piece in the fondant let it dry a bit, then stacked the cakes.

khoudek Says... 8 years ago

How cool is this cake???? Love it.... the colors, the originality, everything!!!

jelligirl Says... 8 years ago

i bet the kiddies got a kick out of that....great job!

khoudek Says... 8 years ago

How cool is this cake???? Love it.... the colors, the originality, everything!!!

cakes47 Says... 8 years ago

Really adorable. Nice work !! Maybe if you kneaded more powdered sugar into the fondant it wouldn't be ''sticky''?? Also keep adding when rolling it out. It's still a great cake!!!

Smoochiefrog Says... 8 years ago

What an original idea! I love it!

CarolAnn Says... 8 years ago

This is soo cute! Did you come up with this yourself or did you find instruction somewhere. My neice's boys are having a joint b-day party in March and this would be soo cute for their party! Very clever, love it!

MyCakesRock Says... 8 years ago

I hate wilton fondant, for many reasons, next time try MMF there is a recipe on here, its perfect for beginers cause it is easy to make and easy to use. But this cake is soooooo cute! I love it!

cakesonoccasion Says... 7 years ago

Super!!! What did you use for the ...whatchmacallits?? the round parts that make them hook together...I'm sure they have a name...anyway- are those cookies??


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