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The burger cake

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Gravity-Defying Cake Designs taught by Lauren Kitchens

Create Lauren's gravity-defying waffle cake with a simple, hidden support structure. Use what you learn to achieve this amazing illusion with other designs, too!

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Cake Decorating
Occasion Birthday
Type Sculpted
Material Buttercream, Fondant
Style Colorful, Modern, Whimsical
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Do you sell this cake? No, just for fun

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Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this cake: To make this cake, I baked a chocolate pound cake and torted it in half. I used the upper half as the upper part of the burger bun, and the lower half as the bottom bun. I covered each half in buttercream, and let it chill in the fridge for about an hour. I then tinted my fondant with a little brown and covered each half. I baked a brownie in a round pan for the "meat". I shaped lettuce, cheese, onions and tomatoes using fondant. I also shaped my ketchup bottle using fondant since I'm not familiar with melting chocolate whatsoever and didn't want to risk facing an issue with it on my first try. I think next time I would cut my copper tube to be shorter because I found that it was a tad too long. The cake was for my sister's birthday, and everybody at the party absolutely loved it!! Thank you Lauren!!

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Great idea! Nice work...

11/29/2013 Flag

Thank you so much :)

01/06/2014 Flag

Really well done...

12/05/2013 Flag

Thank you so much :)

01/06/2014 Flag

Great job

12/19/2013 Flag

Thank you so much :)

01/06/2014 Flag

It came out great. Thanks for telling us how you made it.

01/10/2014 Flag

Love it!!!

04/29/2014 Flag