LaRissa's Volcano Cake

by Kelly Little
(Van Buren, Arkansas, USA)

Volcano Cake

Volcano Cake

I ended up using 3 cake mixes to make this volcano cake. And I used a 9" x 13" oval pan and the wonder mold pan as well.

After baking according to directions, let cool completely.

1st I placed the oval cake on my board. Then iced a bit to secure the 'volcano' on the oval cake.

I used buttercream icing. For the volcano and ground I used a bit of brown and a bit of black color and didn't mix completely.

I also used a grass tip for the green and added a little blue pond.

The rock, dinosaurs and little tree are toys I picked up at Walmart.

Tomorrow I will add dry ice and sparkler candles for the steam and fire affect.

In the center of the volcano is a small medicine cup. That's what I'm going to put the dry ice in.

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Mar 03, 2010
volcano cake
by: LaRissa

my mom made this cake for me. i love volcanos and dinosaurs, so she combined the two. it turned out great! it really did smoke with the dry ice and the sparkler candles. my kids loved and were amazed at this cake. they wanted to keep it and not eat it!

Oct 24, 2009
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by: Mildred

This is a very interesting cake. It looks good for a school science project.

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