Grease and flour a 9xinch cake pan or 2 9-inch round cake pans. In the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with a paddle attachment you can also use a large bowl and electric hand beaters cream together butter and sugar until light and fluffy, about 3 to 5 minutes. Stop the mixer and and scrape down the sides of the bowl.
Print This Post It was such a busy summer that I never got around to sharing this birthday cake idea with you. My son loves Hot Wheels! His love of cars started at a very early age, and by the time he was three years old could tell me which cars were Hot Wheels as opposed to any other brand of toy car.
But, two days before his birthday, he insisted on a Hot Wheels cake. And not just a Hot Wheels cake, but a Hot Wheels race track cake.
I started going through his Hot Wheels tracks for ideas. I found a fun little track that I thought would be fun to incorporate with it. As I discussed the idea with my husband, he suggested that we just use the regular flexible Hot Wheels track pieces to make our own race track. Well, they seemed a little big for it, but he convinced me he could make a support structure for it.
But to be a Hot Wheels track it has to have a loop, right? But the kids loved it! I was too busy trying to figure out what to do to stop and take a picture. We had to enlarge the tunnel a little, and find the right, low-profile car to make it through the tunnel.
The kids at the party all enjoyed giving it a try before we cut the cake. It worked most of the time, though the car got stuck in the frosting a couple times.
At this point, it looks almost like the letter U. Then, I frosted the top and inside the tunnel. For the top layer cake, I cut out another path for the tunnel.
Then, I placed the cake on top of the bottom layer. I had to make some adjustments for the tunnel, by cutting a little more here and there so that the cake becomes like a ramp down the middle.
After testing it with the track, I frosted the top, sides and inside the tunnel. For the side of the cake, I tried to keep the decoration simple. I used a plastic chop stick to make indentions along the side of the frosted cake to resemble tire tread.
I used simple icing made with powdered sugar and water. I start with 1 cup powdered sugar and 1 Tbsp water and adjust as necessary. Then I separated it into three small bowls and used food dye to create red, orange and yellow frosting.
Then, filled in with the different colors as shown in the picture. I used a small knife to spread the frosting to fill in the flames.
For the support of the track, my husband used a yard stick and a dowel rod secured with a nail. The track and clamp are all Hot Wheels pieces I drug out of the toy bin at home.
The track had to be high enough to make the loop successfully.
It also needed a little support in the middle of the track, so we used a straw taped to the underside of the track and top of the yard stick. More Great Birthday Cake Ideas:This Birthday Cake Batter Edible Play Dough smells good enough to eat!Fortunately, this recipe is made with all-food ingredients, so there’s no need to worry if your kiddo sneaks a taste.
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