Bathtime's Just Ducky Cake
A 3-D Rubber Ducky Pan cake paddling atop an Oval Pan cake is sure to make a splash at your next party or shower. Add white fondant bubbles and bar soap to strengthen the bath-day connection.
Makes: Cake serves 42.
Bathtime's Just Ducky Cake is rated out of 5 by 21.
Rated 4 out of 5 by bevn77 from I made this a few years back for a friend's baby shower, before the design above was published. I put the ducky on an oval single layer cake iced smooth with white buttercream. Used mix of white and blue (medium dark / royal) and using largest star tip, made large shell border on the oval cake. Made cupcakes with extra cake mix and iced with remaining white/blue icing, same decorator tip, and placed them on a Wilton cupcake stand. Used the matching duck candy molds and placed a candy duck on top of each cupcake. The cake and cupcakes turned out great and truly were the second most hit of the party (the mom to be and baby were top hit :)
Date published: 2013-03-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by cakes from the heart from great.................. made one for my friends baby shower, it was a two tier, baby blue base and white icing bubbles. I used yellow modeling chocolate for the momma duck that i made and molded by hand, and little yellow plastic duckies for it's trim .The cake was made of chocolate and white cake mix.
Date published: 2013-03-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by NanaNeecie from I made this adorable cake for my daughter's Baby Shower, and it was so much fun! Using the formed pan made decorating simple, while the colors make such a vibrant visual statement... all around adorable!! Great for baby showers, baby's birthdays, summer birthdays; any rubber ducky enthusiast, like me, will love it!
Date published: 2013-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by sister2 from I made this some years ago for a friends first grand daughters' first birthday, but made it out of all buttercream without the smaller duckies. This family was not into fondant. I added a small cluster of purple flowers on the ducky's head since it was for a girl, and some waves with the buttercream in the blue waters, but it turned out cute and all loved it. The duck was a favorite pound cake recipe and I doubled it to make sure it baked all the way to the top and used the excess batter to make a few small pound cakes(Lwith the same colors),one of which we added a small duck for the birthday child to smash with her little hands. Duck was secured to a ten inch round pan, decorated for water with waves on the top and along the sides instead of a shell border. It was fairly easy and turned out better than expected.
Date published: 2013-03-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by name of my dog from Instead of the fondant I iced the cake and used glitter to make the blue appear as though it was water. Make the duck cake out of pound cake, not a regular cake mix. Used small peeps around the large duck to create the number of family members. Arrival duck was in pink to reflect the new daughter to be born. Made cupcakes and topped them with the peeps. Made for an excellent table centerpiece. Everyone really liked the idea. Peeps do keep for a while so I stocked up after Easter.
Date published: 2011-05-16