You may need to put on your sunglasses to look at this cake, because it’s full of the brightest rainbow buttercream I’ve ever made!
Instagram is practically brimming with super cute number and letter-themed cakes, inspired by Instagrammer Adi Klinghofer, otherwise known as @adikosh123. Recently, my friends at Food Network asked me to create a version of this cake for their website, and I was thrilled to be asked. My spin on this trend is a veritable trip to Candy Land, with sour candies, Sixlets, pink candy bars, dipped doughnuts, and -what else? – lots and lots of sprinkles!
The original version of this cake was made using cookie dough, so the finished confection was a frosted and stacked cookie cake. For this version I used sponge cake, which made a sturdy base for all the buttercream that gets piped on.
Prerequisite for making this cake? You must love buttercream! (No problem here!) I used all the neon gel food colors of the rainbow to tint the frosting. You can find the set of gels I used here.
My favorite part of making this cake was picking out all of the bits and bobs for decoration. I absolutely love the sparkle of rock candy lollipops, so on they went! I custom-made pink mini chocolate bars using this candy mold, and I whipped up some tiny donuts using this baking mold.
This is only a small peek at what awaits you on FoodNetwork.com! Click HERE for the video tutorial (with volume on for a mini dance party), and HEREfor the full recipe, directions, and printable template.
Hi Heather, the link doesn't seem to work – it just takes us to the front page of the Food Network, but there's no sign of the video!
Hi! Hmm, that's weird! The links seem to be working for us, but I re-inserted the links to be certain.
You can also copy and paste these:
Thanks for letting me know!
Thank you – for some reason the site keeps defaulting to the UK version (where I live!), so I still can't see the video, but at least it's working your end! xx
letters cake was so creative ,deliciousand awesome .Iam just looking for this type of cake,thank u for sharing.u can click on my blog to know some other interesting cake recipies
kudos to your creativity, very impressive and over the top in the best possible way, thank you for this wonderful recipe, maybe I'll do it with my initials…
Where did you get those ADORABLE colored cowtail candies? I recognize the rest as goodies I could pick up at Party City or my local candy shop, but I've never seen those before. Very cute!
OMG is right!
I'm going to make this for my daughter's bday next April. She's gonna flip, Heather!