Snow Globe Cake

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UPDATED:  Tutorial Here!

Its hard for me to believe that Christmas is almost here.  Just a few short days away!

I have been so behind on all my baking (as well as buying gifts, cleaning my house, homeschooling, debating crumbs… you name it!)  but I still wanted to make a dessert that folks would enjoy.  At least, I hope they do!

This took all of one hour to make.  From beginning to end.

I slaved and slaved over a hot stove for at least seven minutes.

And for the inside, well that was even more ridiculous hard work.

I actually had to get in there and play with my food!  Well, play with the rice krispy’s that is!

Can you tell what it is?

It’s a snow globe with a snowman inside.  Next time I will definitely make the black hat for Mr. Snowman.  He seems a little naked without it.  And make his eyes.  And a carrot nose.  Well, maybe he seems naked cause he is naked.

I gotta stop saying naked!

Anywho, I would be delighted to share a tutorial on this cake with you, hopefully next week!  Is anyone going to be around next week?

What all do you do over your Christmas break?  Going anywhere fun?




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  1. says

    So cute…although I am not a coconut fan (gasp I know) 😉 so I would just replace that with extra fluffy frosting!! :) We are headed back to SD to be with family for a LONG weekend. It should be fun and hopefully we aren’t sick of each other by Tuesday morning! :) Have a very Merry Christmas friend!

  2. Jenna says

    Oh I will be around next week just so I can catch your tutorial! My jaw drops ev. er. y. time you do one of these surprise cakes :o)

  3. says

    Of course I can tell what this is and I am so in love with this cake. If my kids see it then they will need this in their lives asap. Beautiful work! Gonna pin & FB now :)

  4. says

    Oh my gosh, Amanda, how did you even achieve that? I would love to read a tutorial on your snowman if only to see how you did that, haha! (Did you mould it from the inside out putting on layer over layer?)
    It looks amazing and very wintry and the covering looks like it could be snow ^_^

    Have a very happy Christmas! :)