Mickey Mouse Cupcake Cake

by Roxy
(Seattle, WA)

Mickey Mouse Cupcake Cake

Mickey Mouse Cupcake Cake

A friend of mine asked me to do a cupcake cake in the shape of Mickey Mouse's head for her son's 2nd Birthday party. I used a cookie sheet wrapped in red tissue paper as my platform to keep the cupcakes together. I took cupcakes (completely cooled) and arranged them to resemble Mickey Mouse's head. Once in place, I slathered on icing to make it seem like all the cupcakes were one image.


I took some icing and put it in a plastic sandwich bag, twisted it up so all the icing was in the same corner, cut off a small bit of the corner of the bag, and used that to pipe the words on. I then took the remaining cup cakes and frosted them with red and white icing and piped various designs on them as well. This cake went over very well - everyone loved it and wanted to know how to do it for themselves!

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Sep 09, 2010
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Not Very Good
by: Anonymous

That does not look anything like Mickey, except for the shape. Pretty much looks like a Mickey dump. Try again.

Oct 03, 2008
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Enchanting
by: Anonymous

Kids are crazy about cupcakes. There is something special about having your own personal cake. Love that you kept the magic alive by keeping the whole transformation piece. First you see Mickey, then you don't. Maybe you could add something (image of castle or Minni Mouse, or a map to find the other Disney characters?) under the whole piece. It wouldn't be hard to do, so that the 3-D thing, just keeps on going. In fact, How about a 'flip book' for party favors.
You can do it on your computer. It's a fun cake, which offers a whole lot of opportunity for adding to it all.


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