Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Cake
Creating character birthday cakes is a fun way to play on your party theme, and this Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Cake is great for any Disney-themed celebration! Made using the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Pan, this is a fun and easy cartoon cake for beginning decorators. Want to make a Minnie cake, too? Use the same pan and add a fondant bow on top of her head. This is one mouse you’ll welcome into your house!
Makes: Cake serves 12.
Skill Level: Easy
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Cake is rated out of 5 by 46.
Rated 4 out of 5 by tammieb from I loved doing th Mickey Mouse, but when asked could I do Minnie Mouse and then finding out there are no longer Minnie Mouse pans available, this Mickey Mouse pan saved the day. I just made a large bow with colored, melted chocolate. I made the bow in three steps: First you must trace the bow on wax paper (any bow pattern will do) turn wax paper over and trace around the pattern, put in fridge, fill in poka dots if you have them then put in fridge again, last fill in all the rest leaving uneven areas put in fridge again till all has harden. Got a huge YEA!!!!
Date published: 2011-05-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by kellit from My aunt gave me this pan from her massive collection of wilton pans and it is adorably easy! It's a classic...I actually remember it at our parties when we were kids. Hints: tinting icing black is easier if you make it chocolate icing - just add some cocoa powder and a little milk/water. Starting with a brown color means less black gel coloring you have to add. ALSO - get a Wilton TRIPLE STAR TIP - best tip I ever bought because star patterns can be really time consuming and hurt your hand after a while! I love mine!
Date published: 2011-05-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by liztek from I have done this one as Mickey and Minnie. Super easy and cute. I don't crumb coat character cakes so I can see the lines of the cake easier. The icing sticks to the cake just fine and makes it soooo much easier. I really like that with this character cake you can easily go from the top over to the sides and not have to figure out how to make it work out right. SUPER easy. As long as you get the colors right it will look great!
Date published: 2011-05-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by Mimi Parker from The cake was fairly easy to decorate. It was a hit at our grandson's 2nd birthday. As for the food coloring, I will opt to use natural food coloring derived from plants rather than chemically produced one. Our little guy had black lips and teeth as everyone else did who ate the black icing. We thought it was funny at first but grew to concern. No more Wilton's black food coloring for me. . . Lesson learned!
Date published: 2014-05-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by jojobeth12 from I have done this cake for my son and it is very easy cake to do! For anyone who is a beginner and wants to do a character cake I would suggest this cake because there is not really a lot of detailing and it comes out looking great. Just by using the right colors and going slow with the right tip you will be fine and I am just a beginner myself. I just use a smaller star tip and took my time.
Date published: 2013-03-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by Marieam from First timer So first i baked the cake the eyes did not come out when u get the pan you get a paper face with directions i used that to make figure out where everything goes i used chocolate frosting for the black do not use milk chocolate ! it is also better to complete the little things first tongue eyes etc... The bow was made out fondant super simple the cake tasted awesome .
Date published: 2016-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by erinzma from I used this cake pan to do a Mickey and Minnie mouse for twin boy and girl's second birthday last weekend. They turned out great! Everyone was amazed at how good they looked (and tasted) and it was fairly easy to do. A little time consuming but not bad. I would definitely recommend buying this cake pan if you have any mickey or minnie fans to bake a cake for.
Date published: 2011-05-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by DawnLove from First time My daughter asked me to make her a Mickey Mouse cake for her birthday and this was my first time. I bought the Wilton copper (as suggested) and it is not the right colour at all. I was very disappointed. It turned out like Mickey buy the Wilton copper is the not the right colour. Wilton should alter their directions to provide the right colour!
Date published: 2016-05-21