In fact, there are quite a lot of cake molds on Mickey, but there is no truth about Minnie. Maybe because of Minnie’s big bow, it’s really too big... I used 5 eggs of 8 inch cakes and poured into it today. An 8-inch and three 4-inch molds are made into three cake embryos of similar height, and then fight together. Share it with everyone~
First come to a picture of Minnie, come to a comparison ^ω^
Regarding the splicing of the cake, how to fight and to waste the cake embryo as little as possible is the key, so I went straight to the theme and stitched the sketches. An 8-inch is the face of Minnie, two 4 inches for the ears, and then the remaining 4 inches are sliced and divided as shown in the figure, anyway, it is hard to patch together, huh, huh
The most important thing about splicing a cake is the three-dimensional, so Minnie’s mouth must reflect the three-dimensional, and it takes a piece of cake to make a three-dimensional feeling.
After you've put it together, you will send the cream (I will omit this step), then apply the whipped cream to the whole and use Ganath to trace the lines. Note that the bow is the key to Minnie!
Then I started to spend the flowers, try to use the small star mouth, and then prepare the flowers to stun the hand cramps~≥_≤
Dangdang ~ finished!
Ganath's approach is described in the recipe of another three-dimensional cake bulldozer.