Baseball Cakes

collection of baseball cakes

Here is a collection of 13 different baseball cakes submitted by visitors to this site ranging from baseball fields, baseball hats, baseballs and jerseys.

NY Mets Baseball Cap

ny mets baseball cap cakeI made this cake from wasc recipe using 3 layers and filling of kahlua buttercream. then I crumb coated and covered in fondant. I used a ball tool for indents and a pastry wheel for the stitching. The visor is fondant covered cardboard.
 
Submitted by Lisa Yanoschak from Toms River, New Jersey

Baseball Field Cake

baseball field cakeI made a 9" round yellow cake with strawberry filling. I crumb coated the cake with th chocolate icing. I iced the sides of the cake with homemade chocolate icing. For the top of the cake I used tip number 233 and piped grass for the baseball field. I then piped white icing lines to make the baseball diamond and bases. I also made a chocolate icing pitcher's mound with a star tip. I purchased candy baseball gloves and placed them around the sides and outlined them in yellow. I placed a pitcher on the mound and a hitter on home base.
Submitted by Renee Mullarney from Beachwood, NJ

Yankees Jersey & Hat Cake

yankees jersey and hat cake

This cake was made for my husband's grandfather's 85th birthday. He has been a huge fan since he was just a small boy. This cake was made in two separate pieces. The jersey was constructed from two 9x13 butter cakes. After the cakes completely cooled I cut off the tops to make it completely flat and level, and then sliced it width wise again so I would have four layers of cake. I then stacked them on top of each other with homemade buttercream icing between each layer. Then I cut off all the sides so the four layer of cake would be flush with each other. I crumb coated the cake and let the frosting dry. While the crumb coating dried I rolled out a piece of white chocolate fondant I had made two days earlier (I also made the dark blue fondant the same day I made the white). Then I applied another thin layer of fresh butter cream to the cake and placed the rolled fondant over the cake. I hand carved the yankee's team logo out of the deep blue fondant and attached it to the cake by painting a thin coat of royal icing to the back of the logo. I colored some of the butter cream to match the blue of the hat and piped thin lines to make the pinstripes on the jersey. I did exactly the same thing to make the baseball hat except I used round cake pan and hand carved the cake into the shape of the hat. Once I got it frosted and the fondant put on I took a little tool that looks like a pizza cutter and embossed the stitching on the hat. I cut out another smaller Yankee's logo out of white fondant for the front of the baseball hat. For the bill of the hat I used fondant and cut it to fit the rest of the hat, and embossed it to match the rest of the hat. And viola you have this baseball jersey and hat cake.

Submitted by Sonja Cadovius from Severn, MD

Cubs Jersey and Hat Cake

cubs jersey and hat cakeThis cake was made for the Cubs Little League baseball team in Kingsbay, GA. The coach gave me the jersey and the hat to use as a model.

This cake was made in three separate pieces. The jersey was constructed from one 9x13 vanilla and one 9x13 chocolate sheet cakes.

After the cakes completely cooled I cut off the tops to make it completely flat and level, and then sliced it width wise again so I would have two layers of chocolate and two layers of vanilla. I then stacked chocolate, vanilla, chocolate, vanilla with homemade buttercream icing between each layer. Then I cut off all the sides so the four layer of cake would be flush with each other. I crumb coated the cake and let the frosting dry.

While the crumb coating dried I rolled out a piece of blue colored, white chocolate fondant I had made two days earlier. Then I applied another thin layer of fresh butter cream to the cake and placed the rolled fondant over the cake. I took some more fondant and shaped it into the collar and buttons of the jersey. I painted the little leagues team logo to match the real jersey and attached it to the cake by painting a thin coat of royal icing to the back of the logo.

I did exactly the same thing to make the baseball hat except I used round cake pan and hand carved the cake into the shape of the hat. Once I got it frosted and the fondant put on I took a little tool that looks like a pizza cutter and embossed the stitching on the hat. For the bill of the hat I used fondant and cut it to fit the rest of the hat, and embossed it to match the rest of the hat. For the baseball I did the same thing as the jersey and the hat. I had to hand carve the baseball into the shape and size I wanted. I then covered it with plain white fondant and painted the baseball stitching.

For the red boarder, I rolled out some red fondant and outlined the entire base of the cake with it. And viola you have this baseball jersey and hat cake.

Submitted by Sonja Cadovius from Severn, MD

Chipper Jones Baseball Jersey Cake

Chipper Jones Jersey Cake

This cake was for a fifteen year old girl who loves the Braves and Chipper Jones. It was yellow butter recipe cake with buttercream icing covered in marsmallow fondant. The bat, ball and glove made of fondant. I cut the jersey out of a half sheet cake. She absolutely loved it.

Submitted by Angela from Batesville, MS

NY Yankees Birthday Cake

NY Yankees birthday cakeThis is a 2-layer chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream frosting, covered in fondant.
Submitted by Nikki Riley from Goose Creek, SC

San Francisco Giants Cake

San Franciso Giants cakeI made this for a dear friend of mine who was the owner of the Giants before she lost her life to cancer. Everything on the cake is edible except the wooden sticks. The logo and the penants are made of rice paper and fondant. The balls are also made out of cake. Around the bottom tier, there are small penants with all of the retired numbers of their great players.
Submitted by Cynthia from San Jose, California

Baby Baseball Cake

baby baseball cakeI took a square cake and iced it in blue buttercream icing. I then placed the border and red dragee's in between. I used a 50/50 mixture of fondant and gum paste and made the hat, bat, shoes and little sports balls.
Submitted by Brandi from Modesto, California

 


 

New York Yankee Jersey Cake

NY Yankee Jersey CakeThis cake is a chocolate cake filled with cookies-n-cream filling and frosted with buttercream. It was a 9x13 cake that I cut the last two itches off of and used as the sleeves. I used royal icing to create the "patch" and buttons for the jersey. The cake was pinstriped on the top as well as the sides!
Submitted by Carrie from Dyer, Indiana

Catcher's Celebration Cake

catcher's cakeHome plate and the baseball are made from a delicious white almond sour cream recipe. The plate was baked in a 10 inch square pan with the corners being cut off after baking. The ball is made from Wilton's sports ball pan. The ball is baked in two pans and then iced together. The catcher's mask is made from rice krispie treats. I made two fat sausages and formed them around the outer edges of a mixing bowl.

All three elements were iced in a crusting buttercream then covered in Satin Ice fondant. The "cage" of the catcher's mask was made by adding tylose to the fondant and then forming it over an upside down mixing bowl. Once the cage dried, it was added to the fondant covered rice krispie treats. I used regular fondant to attach the cage to the fondant so that it appeared to me straps holding the mask together.

by Karol Sherling from Atlanta, GA


Large Baseball Cake

large baseball cakeThis was a triple layer chocolate cake, filled with chocolate mousse and raspberry filling.

The giant ball at 2nd base was baked in a bowl and then covered with poured fondant. The smaller baseballs on the sides of the cake were mini-vanilla wafers, covered in the same poured fondant. The runs were crushed graham crackers.

Submitted Carter Lloyd from Stephens City, VA

Out of the Park Baseball Cake

Out of the Park Baseball CakeI baked a regular 1/4 sheet cake. I iced it green, then made a baseball out of rice krispie treats and covered it in fondant, them piped red stitching on it. I piped a diamond pattern in the middle of the cake used fondant to make the bases and placed the baseball in the middle.
Submitted by Cheryl Coleman from Holden Beach, NC

Go Angels

go Angels baseball cakeThis Go Angels Cake was a birthday cake I made for my brother's 60th birthday. This was a sheet cake made of marble cake, I covered it with buttercream frosting, then made the Angel Jersey out of Fondant. The baseball hat is a cake I made using a stainless steel bowl, then I covered it with fondant. The items are around the cake are real.

You can use the same theme to create a cake for any baseball team. Just change the colors and make a buttercream transfer of the team's logo.

Decorated by Mary Jo Ter Meer from Chino Hills, CA

If you've made any baseball cakes, please submit them to our gallery.

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