Saturday, February 11, 2012

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Cake

Last summer, I was very excited when I went through the pans my grandma had given me to find this teenage mutant ninja turtle pan. When Alan was growing up, he used to re-enact scenes from the movie with his brother, so I decided to surprise him by making him this cake! I also thought it would ease the pain of turning 30 to have a cake designed for a 10 year old.




Here's a picture of the cake while it was cooling. You can see most of the indentations from the pan, which I used to outline all of the different sections. Once I had everything outlined, I filled it in with lots of little stars. 


Here is a picture of the finished cake!



 It took a long time and my hand was tired by the end, but it was worth it. Alan knew I was making his cake, but I wouldn't let him come in the kitchen to see it. I kept it hidden until later that night when we had a surprise party for Alan and Andrew.

Here are the birthday boys!

(They didn't dress alike on purpose.)


Here is a short video of them blowing out their candles:


Alan and Andrew loved their cake! 
I think everyone else liked it too because almost the entire thing was eaten.


3 comments:

  1. I loved the cake! Thank you Michelle!

    I was always Michaelangelo when we re-enacted scenes. Alan was Raphael.

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  2. I have the same pan...how did you keep the cake from sticking to the pan? :)

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  3. I think I used the kind of cooking spray for baking that has flour when I made this cake. I usually use that or crisco, but this pan has a lot of indentations so the spray is a lot easier.

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