Step by Step to prepare a Rainbow Colored Cake, Homemade, easy, fast and economical; this time with the Figure of Mickey Mouse, it includes video.
Disney at Home Celebration sent us a box of activities and decorations to prepare the party with the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse theme and also some surprises for guests.
In the things they sent came a pack of Duff cake flour™ Tie Dye Cake Mix and a Wilton brand mold with the figure of Mickey Mouse, I had never used a figure mold, or that kind of flour, so I started making a Mickey Mouse colored cake , to see that it came out, later I share the step by step and the video of How to Make a Rainbow Color Cake.
In the end it was nice, my family and my guests liked the surprise when we split it Cone you can realize, I hardly prepare desserts and not because I do not like them, but because if I make them, I eat them! But it's all for the boys, every now and then I'll be making desserts to publish here.
I invite you to see more details of the Fiesta Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Disney, party ideas, recipes and decorations in disneysidecelebrations.com
Mickey Mouse Color Cake
1 Mickey Mouse Wilton mold
1 Duff cake flour box™ Tie Dye Cake Mix
3 egg whites
1 1/3 cups water
2 tablespoons oil
1 jar chocolate bitumen
colorful chocolate chips
1 tablespoon butter
1 cardboard base for the cake
We prepare the pan by greasing it with butter and then covering it with a little flour.
We prepare the mixture according to the instructions of the cake flour package. We separate the mixture into 6 equal parts to color it.
The Duff™ Tie Dye Cake Mix cake flour box already includes some food dyes, right there it tells us the amount of dye that we must use to get the 6 colors. We mix only until we achieve the desired colors. We will empty color by color, from the center without shaking the mold. You choose how you combine colors.
We bake for 30 minutes at 350 degrees. We check with a wooden stick, to see if the bread is cooked, if the stick comes out clean this means that we can already take it out of the oven.
Let it cool down.
In the meantime, while we're preparing the base by spreading some betun so the cake doesn't slip. We carefully unmould. In case you get rid of any piece you can paste the parts with betun or merengue.
The good thing about this case is that colored sparks help disguise the mistakes 🙂
Let's smear the chocolate bitumen covering the whole cake.
Sprinkle the chocolate chips and you're done!
I hope you enjoy it!