Item# WLPROJ-5268

Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Cake

Item No. WLPROJ-5268
Amount
12
Prep Time
2 hr
Skill Level
Beginner
Total Time
4 hr

Creating character birthday cakes is a fun addition to 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!

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  • Notes:

    • Use a pastry brush to help spread the non-stick spray into the corners of the pan. This will sharpen the detailed outlines of the cake.
    • Allow the cake to cool in the pan on a cooling rack about 10-15 minutes before removing to prevent cracking or breaking. Let the cake cook for about 2 hours before decorating.

    Consistencies:
    Stiff Consistency: Gradually add additional confectioners’ sugar for a stiffer consistency. Best for dimensional decorations that need to retain their shape when piped. This consistency is generally used for piping upright petals for flowers.

    Medium Consistency: Add 1 teaspoon of liquid (light corn syrup, milk or water) for each cup of stiff frosting. For pure white frosting, add up to 2 tablespoons of liquid. Medium consistency is used for borders such as stars, dots, and shells, as well as other decorations that will remain relatively flat.

    Thin Consistency: Add 2 teaspoons of liquid (light corn syrup, milk or water) for each cup of buttercream frosting. For pure white frosting, add up to 4 tablespoons of liquid. Used for lines, printing and also for icing a cake. If you are making a buttercream intended for writing, use light corn syrup as your liquid. Writing will flow easily and won’t break.

     

    How To

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    How to Pipe an Outline

    Characters or designs are often outlined first, then piped in with stars or zigzags. Outlines can also be used for facial features.

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    One of the most popular techniques, stars come in a range of sizes and styles. Experiment with open and closed stars for variation in look. The star technique is timeless and can be used as a classic border or as a stunning fill-in for the top of a dessert.

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    Buttercream Frosting Tips and Tricks

    Learn how to fix runny frosting with these buttercream frosting tips and tricks. We’ll help answer your common buttercream questions such as how to fix grainy buttercream frosting and how to make frosting thicker for piping.

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