Cute And Easy Teapot Cake

by Rochelle S.
(New Market, MD, USA)

Teapot Cake

Teapot Cake



My daughter was turning 6 and I had a tea party for her.

I baked a teapot cake using a store-bought yellow cake mix in two 2-quart glass mixing bowls. When they were cooled, I inverted one on top of the other.

I colored some white icing with yellow food coloring and frosted the entire cake.

I then added some M&Ms on the sides to make flowers.

The ball on the top was a Starburst lollipop.

The handle and spout were cut out of blue posterboard and pushed into the sides of the cake.

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Jul 13, 2009
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Thank you!
by: Grace & Tanya

Thanks for the great idea - we were looking for inspiration and came across your cake :0)

Apr 28, 2009
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adorable cake
by: Anonymous

absolument magnifique!

Jan 28, 2009
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nice
by: Anonymous

did you bake the cake in the glass bowls

Sep 10, 2008
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Bright Ideas
by: Anonymous


Go to Brightideas.com and you will get a copy of the recipe, directions, and the printable template.

Aug 14, 2008
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Love it!
by: LiongLie

I love the teapot cake! I want to do the same cake for my daughter's 4th Birthday. Is there any way you can send me a template of your handle and spout? penfield @ jps.net.

Thanks.

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