Platform toys have never tasted so sweet! Canadian cake maker, Amanda Van Unen of Blue Bird Cakes created a do-it-yourself MUNNY cake. She even made edible markers with food coloring for the finishing touches. This amazing treat got properly customized before its inevitable tasty end.
Do It Yourself MUNNY Cake
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oh…yeah, it was a great idea…
not sayin Van Unen's isn't more finished…but…the idea has been around for months. but no, good looking out KR. way to be on top of things…
ummm… shut up.
Amanda Van Unen
Truth be told, I had the cake "schematics" ready for my sibs' birthday last year (August 29, 2009) but was not able to create the actual cake until this year's birthday. I admit that best intentions are not the same as actually getting the job done, but I thought I should clarify.
get real that thing sucks. can you see why it didnt make the kronikle. plus the idea has been around for years havet you ever seen ace of cakes
That think might suck but the idea was there first, and if it didnt made it into kronikle is because Paul Burnditz its a douche bag
Being an illustrator and KR fan I was overjoyed when I got this cake. She carved it entirely out of cake(check out her facebook, she's crazy good!) and covered it with homemade fondant, the cake was delicious…white cake and chai cream icing(as I'm not a chocolate cake fan). I think the fact that Amanda got the edible ink markers to colour it was brilliant. Kids and adults all had a try on it…it kept us all busy. My wife drew the left side, I did the moon face…and the family and kids filled in the rest.
Amanda Van Unen
The cake was carved and then covered in fondant. I actually did not make the markers myself, they are produced by Americolor.
Looks awesome! And tasty!
see kidrobot should come to Canada.
did the make a cake mold or just carve it out of cake?
This is such a great idea!