Snow Man Cake

by Andy Rowe
(Summerville, GA, USA)

Andy's Snow Man Cake

Andy's Snow Man Cake

Nothing too special here. I usually bake 13x15 cakes and cut what I want out. This snow man cake is red velvet. Icing lightly and letting sit for a while helps keep down the crumbing...

I cut the design and iced cake. Then feathered it lightly with a spatula. No bags or tips were used. I cut a scarf and hat from red scraps, placed some chocolate covered cherries for buttons.

I added a couple of candy canes for arms and chocolate chips for eyes and a smile then I was done.

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Nov 30, 2009
snow man cake
by: Kelly

Very creative! I love the chocolate covered cherries! Great idea!

I love incorporating candy into my cakes as well.
Here's a little hint if you have young kids, boys especially..... put a few small marshmallows behind the snowman to represent snowman 'poop'...they think it's hysterical! lol

You did a great job on your cake!!!!

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