Monday, March 14, 2011

Dragon Cake

My son wanted a Dragon cake for his birthday party. I found this idea on It was pretty easy and turned out really cute! They give complete detailed instructions. The only things I did different is make a chocolate mold for the wings instead of use fruit roll ups. Also I made the mouth open by cutting a section out of the mouth and putting a broken egg shell in the mouth. My intent was to have the mouth breath fire but my vanilla coated sugar cubes wouldn't catch fire. I made the tongue and teeth out of red this candy strips, I'm not sure what they were, and cut them jagged to make them look like a tongue and teeth. My son loved it!!!


Malia said...

Linny, Laura and I all LOVE this cake. You could team it up with a castle cake and have so much fun! I've gotta try making it. Thanks for sharing and we still miss you! Hope we run into each other out in Sahuarita again!

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