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Penguin Cake – a sprinkle coated penguin cake that’s too lovely for phrases! A brand new cake adorning tutorial by our contributor, Erin Gardner.

Penguin Cake - a sprinkle coated penguin cake too adorable for words | by Erin Gardner for TheCakeBlog.com

Penguin Cake - a sprinkle coated penguin cake too adorable for words | by Erin Gardner for TheCakeBlog.com

This treasured little penguin cake is the proper deal with for a winter birthday or small vacation celebration. The thought for this man was born from my sprinkle woman muffins. I think about they’re all hanging out collectively in some fabulous sprinkle universe. Identical to his sprinkle woman cousins, your sprinkle penguin cake may be custom-made in numerous methods. Add some cute chocolate sun shades, change up the colour of his hat, or use totally different sweet sprinkle shapes like stars or mini bushes to brighten it. You would even stripe the hat by alternating sprinkle colours as you fill it in.

Penguin Cake - a sprinkle coated penguin cake too adorable for words | by Erin Gardner for TheCakeBlog.com

Sprinkles can soften the longer they sit within the fridge, so I recommend ending your penguin the day you’d prefer to serve it. Leftovers may be saved in an hermetic container on the counter or within the fridge, relying what sort of buttercream you utilize.

Penguin Cake - a sprinkle coated penguin cake too adorable for words | by Erin Gardner for TheCakeBlog.com

PENGUIN CAKE
a tutorial by Erin Gardner

Provides:

  • 6-inch spherical single layer cake
  • 1 cupcake
  • Plain buttercream
  • Toothpick
  • White nonpareils
  • Black sprinkles
  • Purple sprinkles
  • Snowflake sprinkles (or no matter shapes you want)
  • Small pearl sprinkles
  • Black buttercream
  • Piping bag
  • Small spherical piping tip (non-obligatory)
  • 2 giant pink confetti sprinkles
  • 1 orange Starburst sweet

 


 

VIDEO TUTORIAL

 


 

PREP THE CAKE

Ice your cake with a thick layer of plain buttercream.

Penguin Cake - a sprinkle coated penguin cake too adorable for words | by Erin Gardner for TheCakeBlog.com

Penguin Cake - a sprinkle coated penguin cake too adorable for words | by Erin Gardner for TheCakeBlog.com

Use a toothpick or skewer to attract a half moon form throughout the highest of the cake for the hat space and form of an open-bottom coronary heart for the penguin’s face. Don’t stress an excessive amount of about making the cake clean, all flaws might be coated with sprinkles.

Penguin Cake - a sprinkle coated penguin cake too adorable for words | by Erin Gardner for TheCakeBlog.com

Penguin Cake - a sprinkle coated penguin cake too adorable for words | by Erin Gardner for TheCakeBlog.com

ADD THE SPRINKLES

Set your cake plate or platter on a baking sheet to catch any sprinkles that fall off the cake. Use a spoon to fill the penguin face space in with white nonpareils. Use the again of the spoon to unfold and clean the sprinkles. At any time when I’m engaged on a sprinkle design, resembling this penguin, I discover it’s simpler to begin with the most important space that must be stuffed in, figuring out from there.

Penguin Cake - a sprinkle coated penguin cake too adorable for words | by Erin Gardner for TheCakeBlog.com

Add a layer of black sprinkles for the penguin’s pores and skin in the identical manner. If any ought to escape into the face space, simply use the toothpick to raise it away. Fill within the hat space with pink sprinkles.

Penguin Cake - a sprinkle coated penguin cake too adorable for words | by Erin Gardner for TheCakeBlog.com

Penguin Cake - a sprinkle coated penguin cake too adorable for words | by Erin Gardner for TheCakeBlog.com

Prime the cupcake with a layer of plain buttercream and dip it into the pink sprinkles to coat. Adhere the cupcake to your platter with a dab of buttercream.

Penguin Cake - a sprinkle coated penguin cake too adorable for words | by Erin Gardner for TheCakeBlog.com

Penguin Cake - a sprinkle coated penguin cake too adorable for words | by Erin Gardner for TheCakeBlog.com

DECORATE YOUR PENGUIN CAKE

 Minimize the starburst into two making a diagonal lower. Add one of many Starburst triangles because the penguin’s beak and two spherical pink confetti sprinkles for his cheeks.

Penguin Cake - a sprinkle coated penguin cake too adorable for words | by Erin Gardner for TheCakeBlog.com

Fill a piping bag fitted with a small spherical tip with black buttercream. Pipe two little semi-circles for the penguin’s eyes. Enhance your penguin’s hat with snowflake sprinkles or every other shapes you want!

Penguin Cake - a sprinkle coated penguin cake too adorable for words | by Erin Gardner for TheCakeBlog.com

Take pleasure in your lovely sprinkle coated penguin cake!

Penguin Cake - a sprinkle coated penguin cake too adorable for words | by Erin Gardner for TheCakeBlog.com

 


 

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