Cookie Monster Cakes
Cookie monster cakes are still a favorite! Sesame Street has been on television for many decades, winning the hearts of children.
What kid wouldn't love to stuff his/her face with cookies like Cookie Monster does. He makes a great kid's birthday cake theme.
Cookie Monster Cake
|Using 2 boxes Duncan Chocolate Cake mix following package instructions. I baked Bottom layer of cake in a Pyrex 2.5 liter bowl. The Head, in a Pyrex 1.5 liter Bowel. (PYREX Is Oven Safe...) adjusting cooking time, testing cake every 5 minutes after 30 minutes.
I stacked the cakes using wooden squires, Shaping cookie monsters head and mouth, cutting away part of the cake to make hands and legs.
Using a thin layer butter cream (colored blue)on the entire cake so if I missed a spot with the tip that I used for the hair it wouldn't be noticed. I used Marshmallow fondant for the eyes and hat and inside the mouth. Painting the black with black food coloring and vanilla(to water it down and paint easier)
|Cake decorated by Victoria Vaux from Wilson, NY|
Cookie Monster Sheet Cake
|This cookie monster was hand drawn and filled in with buttercream stars. The Happy Birthday message was made with royal icing letters sold in the grocery store.|
|Cake decorated by Tammy Urizar from Providence|
Cookie Monster Face Cake
|I used an oval cake pan and mini muffins pan. I used a star tip to cover the oval in blue to look like fur. The 2 mini muffins are frosted white and used as the eyes.|
|Cake decorated by Laurie from Bakersfield|
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