Homemade Spongebob Cakes
Fun And Fabulous Spongebob Cakes
That'll Take You Straight To Fun In Bikini Bottom!
SpongeBob birthday cakes are the perfect option for children, teenagers, and adults alike and if you're planning a SpongeBob Squarepants party, then you gotta have it!
SpongeBob Birthday Cakes – Bringing Nautical Nonsense to Your Next Birthday Celebration
SpongeBob SquarePants is a little yellow sponge that resides in the underwater city, Bikini Bottom. The first episode appeared on Nickelodeon on the first day of May in the year of 1999. Since that time, the animated television series, “SpongeBob SquarePants” has become one of the most popular shows on television and has generated well over 8 billion dollars in revenue from its merchandise line.
If you have an interest in creating a Sponge Bob birthday cake, we encourage you to take a few minutes to look through the many pictures that we have posted on this page. Here, you will see how many of our readers have brought the world of SpongeBob into their birthday celebration. If nautical nonsense is what you wish, creating SpongeBob cakes is a sure fire way to bring the whimsical undersea adventures that SpongeBob and his friends embark on to your next birthday celebration.
Cake Submitted By:
Fiona McLean - Berwick, Victoria, Australia
Spongebob Square Pants Party Cake!
After making my youngest son a Tigger cake for his second birthday, my middle son wanted a special cake for his fourth. I asked him what he wanted, and the simple answer was "SPONGEBOB!!"
So again, I baked a simple buttercake recipe - easily found online - in a large square tin. I printed out a picture of Spongebob and enlarged the picture. I then used it for a cutting template and for the final design pictures.
I really didn't think this one was going to come together, as I had difficulty with the brown and the green between his sponge bits. So I actually frosted him once, then wiped all the frosting off, then frosted him again!! I was up until nearly 3am finishing it off for a party the next morning!!
The black frosting was easier the second time around, as I now knew that I needed a large amount of colorant, and used a buttercream vanilla icing, made from scratch. I used a star piping bag, which made it a lengthy process, but I feel the outcome was good.
At the end of the day, there where gasps when I showed our friends and family, and a very happy 4-year-old boy!
Cake Submitted By:
Pamela - Fort Collins, CO
1 cup butter, room temperature
2 cups sugar
3 cups sifted self-rising flour
1 cup milk
1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
1)Grease and flour 3 cake pans.
2)Cream butter until fluffy.
3)Add sugar and continue to cream well for 6 to 8 minutes.
4)Add eggs, 1 at a time, beating well after each addition.
5)Add flour and milk alternately to creamed mixture, beginning and ending with flour.
6)Add vanilla and continue to beat.
8)Bake for 25 to 30 minutes or until done in 350 degree oven.
I covered the cake in yellow fondant and used various colors of fondant to create the face. The arms and legs are pieces of rolled fondant.
As you browsed through our pictures of SpongeBob cakes, it is quite likely that you were so taken back by the creativity of our readers that you wanted to drop on the deck and flop like a fish! As you can see from the many different images here, there are numerous ways to create a fun-filled Sponge Bob birthday cake.
You can highlight the cake using only SpongeBob, or, you may use many different characters from the hit television series. It is also important to utilize the color yellow as much as possible and, if possible, integrate the scenery from the show that depicts life lived under the sea. If you need a little assistance in putting together a cake, the following instructions may assist you:
Instructions on Creating a Krusty Krab SpongeBob SquarePants Cake
- Krusty Krab Cake Topper – Includes SpongeBob, Patrick, Eugene and a Carry Case Krusty Krab Shack
- Two Boxes Yellow Cake Mix
- White Icing
- Round Cake Pan
- Square Cake Pan
- White Fondant
- Red Fondant
- Yellow Fondant
- Blue Fondant
- Blue Writing Icing
- Yellow Writing Icing
- Green Writing Icing
Create the batter from the yellow cake mixes and place some in the round cake pan and some in the square cake pan, bake, and allow to cool.
Once the cakes have cooled, place the square cake on a cake tray.
Take the round cake and cut one side so that it is flat. Place it on top of the square cake and ensure that the flat side of the round cake is lined up with one of the sides of the square cake.
Roll out strips of the white fondant and the yellow fondant and place the strips next to each other. Then, roll them out together so that there is a white and yellow marbleized effect.
Ice the entire cake – top round cake and bottom square cake – with the white icing.
Cut out a piece of the yellow and white fondant and place on the top of the round cake. Then, cut out a piece that will fit on what is showing of the square cake and place it.
Roll out strips of the white and blue fondant to create a marbleized effect, ensuring there is more blue than white. Place strips of this on the sides of the top round cake and sides of the bottom square cake.
Use the red fondant to create little pieces of under the sea coral and place them on various locations of the cake.
Use the yellow writing icing to draw star symbols along all sides of the cake. Use the blue writing icing to create circles in various locations on the sides of each cake that look like bubbles.
Use the green writing icing to create seaweed and plants in various locations on the sides of the cake.
Take the blue writing icing and create a beautiful border all along the bottom of the square cake.
Place the Krusty Krab Shack and SpongeBob and Eugene on the top of the round cake. Then, place Patrick on the top of the square cake.
As you can see, to create truly magnificent and memorable SpongeBob cakes, there are a lot of steps and the process can be a bit time consuming. However, the cake is sure to be a hit at your next birthday celebration and is sure to create a lot of memories. If you have created SpongeBob cakes, or are planning to create these cakes, we want to invite you to share your pictures with us. You may also share your instructions, your tips, and any stories associated with the cake. In doing so, you will play a large role in helping our readers create their very own SpongeBob cakes!
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