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3 tier Whimsical Cake

Jul 17, 2012         5 comments.

I know this looks a bit untidy. Frankly, that was my intention. To make a homey birthday cake for my little brother. 😀 Of course, this wouldn’t be the perfect thing to make for elegant dinner parties, but will be an absolute delight among the kids!

Making this is so much fun and really quite simple (once you have everything ready, of course)

You’ll need-

3 Chocolate Cakes (each smaller than previous)
Chocolate Buttercream Frosting or Ganache
Whipped Cream
Kit Kat Fingers
Colorful Candies (like M&M, Gems etc)
Chocolate Sprinkles / Vermicelli
Other Chocolate Decorations

Method –

1. Take the largest of the cake & apply Whipped Cream all over.

2. Sprinkle some chocolate sprinkles, scrolls, etc.

3. Place the second tier cake on it & apply chocolate butter cream or ganache.

4. Place the 3rd layer of the cake on top & apply whipped cream on it

5. Stick Kit Kat Finger on the side of the cake to make it look like a fence. If this is not possible, just poke each Kit Kat gently on the lower cake layer.

6. Decorate with Gems or M&M. Use any Chocolate Decoration of you choice on the third. I melted some chocolate & make a supposedly joker face

7. Keep it chilled until you have to cut it.
* Make sure your whipped cream is chilled. Mine started melting very soon. I had to freeze it every 20 minutes while decorating.

3 Chocolate Cakes (each smaller than previous)

Chocolate Buttercream Frosting or Ganache

Whipped Cream

Kit Kat Fingers

Colorful Candies (like M&M, Gems etc)

Chocolate Sprinkles / Vermicelli

Other Chocolate Decorations





5 Comments on “3 tier Whimsical Cake

  1. I want to bake a 2 tier cake for my sis. Its my first time with 2 tier can you tell me that if i simply place cake one over other is there chance for it to sink!!!

    1. Hi Kanika.. Once you bake the cakes, you can most certainly place on over the other. But just make sure you frost both the cakes evenly. If you frost the top tier more than the bottom thus making it heavier, then obviously it will sink. Use minimal frosting if you can.
      If you can wait for a few more days, I’m going to be posting a double decker cake recipe on this blog soon! 🙂

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