Snow Globe Cake

filed under: Miscellaneous on December 21, 2011

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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  • kiki comin says:

    love, love, love. your ideas are so fantastic.:) merry christmas.

  • Santresa says:

    Simply creative and amazing!!!

  • Christina says:

    Love it! Your are so good!
    I hope you have a great Christmas, btw I would love to see a tutorial 🙂
    xo

  • Robin @ Bird On A Cake says:

    What a cute idea! I LOVE that red cake stand…where did you get it?

  • DessertForTwo says:

    SO cute! 🙂

    Merry Christmas!
    xo

  • miriam says:

    I will be here!! Love!

  • Paula says:

    Yes, we can definitely tell it’s a snowman inside a snow globe and it is fantastic. Yes, I’ll be around next week to find out how you did this 🙂

  • Sylvie @ Gourmande in the Kitchen says:

    I always want to know how you make the magic happen! You have the best ideas.

  • kangli says:

    Nice! I was thinking how can you bake and stuff a cake in one hour like what I’ve seen somewhere, but the rice krispies idea is cool too.

    And a random comment: When I jumped here I got reminded of how much I like the design of your blog!

  • Glitter DesignZ says:

    Hi,

    It is amazing presentation and very very professional.

    Thanks

  • Andreina says:

    This is awesome!!!
    I will be around next week, so I will definitely read your tutorial!
    Can’t wait to see it!

    Merry Christmas!!!!

  • Jess Brass says:

    OMIGOD – Love love love this, what a fabulous cake – although a bit miffed you are making us all wait til next week – that’s just mean… on second thoughts, from another perspective it means we have something to look forward to after the excitement and craziness of christmas is over… You really are one very clever, not to mention talented and inspiring lady – Thank you so much, I look forward to your blog, always makes my day better!! Merry Christmas to you and yours, and a very happy New Year xx

  • Amanda P. says:

    I love this! I will be around and can’t wait for a tutorial because this will be great for the kids at the annual New Years party we attend!

  • Cupcake and Talk says:

    Such a lovely cake. I can’t wait to watch the tutorial. Merry Christmas to you and your family.

  • Linda says:

    Totally amazing!
    Fabulous snow globe!

  • Linda says:

    Happy, joyous & festive holiday to you & your family!!

  • Elizabeth says:

    I love it!

  • JP says:

    A suggestion Amanda if I may. Instead of just I am Baker Updates in the subjest line…perhaps you could also mention the topic. I save all your emails but have a difficult time finding what I want when I need it. So perhaps you could say today for instance..”.I am Baker…Snow Globe Cake”

    You are very creative and obviously a great baker. I love getting your emails. Blessed and Merry Christmas and a most wonderful New Year!

  • Sue says:

    Of COURSE I can tell it’s a snowman in a snowglobe! You’re something else, Amanda, something great:) I look forward to seeing the tutorial and what you have in store next. Next week I will be visiting my son and his family in Las Vegas and trying out the macarons at the Bouchon Bakery:)

  • tia says:

    beautiful! it is a wonderful name for a wonderful cake.

  • Morgan says:

    oo.. me me me!! I would love a tutorial on this!
    what a terrific idea! And very well executed!
    Thanks for this!

  • Megan says:

    This is gorgeous! You’re awesome! This year I did a pudding, 3rd year in a row 🙂
    http://scrambledmegs.com/2011/12/23/christmas-pudding/

  • Katie @ www.ohshineon.com says:

    how cute and festive… it almost looks too adorable to eat. oh wait, it’s cake. and me.

  • sue @ Cakeballs, cookies and more says:

    So cute!

  • Danielle says:

    I certainly will be around next week now! This is beautiful!

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