Cake Toppers Using Cake (Cake Pop Method)?

Decorating By emmc Updated 20 Mar 2013 , 4:07am by Calanthe

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emmc Posted 22 Feb 2013 , 2:28am
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Hi there,


I am going to make a playroom-themed Number 1 Cake this weekend consisting of a car, a train, an airplane and a few building blocks for the boy's name. I'm wondering if anyone has ever tried using cake to make toppers? I.e. cake pop method. Will it work?


I have seen many people using rice krispies but I have searched high and low for rice krispies but couldn't find any. Thought of replacing it with a different type of cereal but those I see are cornflakes, honey stars and the like. My last resort would be to use fondant, but I'm trying to avoid that...


Any tips on this? :)


Thank you!

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Calanthe Posted 20 Mar 2013 , 4:07am
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you could spend your extra time making a cake from scratch, or use a pre made mix that some company spent millions of dollars developing and spend your time making it look nicer.

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