Pirate Treasure Chest Cake

by Susan
(Warwickshire, England)

Pirate Treasure Chest Cake

Pirate Treasure Chest Cake

My granddaughter wanted a pirate party and a treasure chest cake for her 5th birthday.


I used plain sponge cakes layered with Jam and trimmed to a chest shape - making sure the lid had a good curve to it. I cut out a small, wedge shaped opening in the front to make it look like the lid wasn't closed, covered the cake with chocolate butter frosting and accentuated the corners and lid with licorice strands.

When the cake was covered I filled the opening with foil covered chocolate coins to look like a filled treasure chest.

Everyone loved it and it was so easy to make.

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Jan 02, 2010
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nice cake
by: Anonymous

thanks. I'll be making this for my son's 7th bday pirate party.

Jun 11, 2009
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treasure chest cake
by: Izaan

Hi,

Wish i had a granny like you!

Very beautiful cake! I will be making one like that for my son

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Izaan
South Africa

Jun 03, 2009
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Great Cake
by: sarah

G-day!,
Your cake looks great and seem alot easier to makw than others i've seen, but still looks fantastic!
Thanks for tyhe tips,
Sarah (Australia)

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