How To Train Your Dragon Cake

How To Train Your Dragon Cake

Do you have a child who is a fan of DreamWorks' hit movie "How to Train Your Dragon"? Then why not surprise them with a dragon-inspired birthday cake for their special day? In this article, we'll guide you through the step-by-step process of creating your very own How to Train Your Dragon cake.

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  1. Step 1: Gather Your Ingredients
  2. Step 2: Bake Your Cake
  3. Step 3: Create Your Dragon Scales
  4. Step 4: Add Your Dragon Face and Tail
  5. Step 5: Add Details and Finishing Touches
    1. Final Thoughts

Step 1: Gather Your Ingredients

The key ingredients for this cake include:

  • Cake mix (your choice of flavor)
  • Icing (your choice of flavor)
  • Fondant (in various colors)
  • Food coloring
  • Buttercream frosting
  • Dragon cake toppers (optional)

Step 2: Bake Your Cake

Bake your cake according to the instructions on the box, using the size and shape of pan that you desire. Let it cool completely before moving on to the next step.

Step 3: Create Your Dragon Scales

To create the dragon scales, roll out different colors of fondant to roughly the same thickness. Then, use a round or scalloped cutter to cut out circles, and then cut each circle in half.

Next, brush your cake with a small amount of water (or frosting) where you want to place the scales. Place the fondant half circles onto the cake, overlapping slightly to create a scale-like pattern. Repeat this process until you have filled in the entire cake, leaving space for a face and tail.

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Step 4: Add Your Dragon Face and Tail

To create the dragon face and tail, shape fondant into the desired shapes and colors. You can use toothpicks to help keep the shapes in place. Attach the face and tail to the cake using buttercream frosting.

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Step 5: Add Details and Finishing Touches

Using food coloring and fondant cutters, create small details such as eyes, teeth and claws. Attach these to the cake using buttercream frosting. You can also add a final layer of buttercream frosting to fill in any gaps between the scales.

Final Thoughts

Creating a How to Train Your Dragon cake may seem daunting, but with the right ingredients and steps, it can be a fun and rewarding experience. And remember, if you're short on time or not feeling 100% confident in your decorating skills, you can always order pre-made dragon cake toppers to add to your creation. Now, let's get baking and see who can make the best dragon cake!

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