Low Rider

My son turned 3 recently. His cake request was to have a green car cake. So I got to work with the Wilton 3D cruiser pan. While it worked with my peanut butter chocolate marble cake, it didn’t quite turn out with my heavy chocolate cake (which is my son’s favorite). So I had to improvise and carve one from scratch. With two quarter sheet cakes and my husband’s input, I got to work.

The green icing is peanut butter tinted green. The blue, red, black, and yellow colors are tinted white icing. The wheels are chocolate cupcake tops.

My son was happy with the finished product and so was I. I may have to try to redeem the Wilton cruiser pan with a lighter cake recipe just to show it is a really cute cake as well.
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4 thoughts on “Low Rider

  1. PopPop March 30, 2010 at 12:58 am Reply

    Great Job! the cake really looks great! I am sure Jacob was quite pleased with your creation.

  2. collin March 30, 2010 at 7:14 am Reply

    Awesome……great job. Very creative. I really liked it.Take the Cake Personality Test and find out which Cake are you like. I m sure your son will also like it. I have taken the test and enjoyed a lot. Hope u too will enjoy it. Have Fun!!

  3. Gramma B March 31, 2010 at 7:18 pm Reply

    That is one awesome car cake!!!!….Good job Megan!

  4. Cathy Bolander April 1, 2010 at 3:01 am Reply

    What a cool cake. And wow you carved that. Awesome!

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