Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Baseball Glove Cake

Yesterday my little boy had a birthday.  He loves sports, so most of his cakes are sports related.  I've made a soccer ball cake, a basketball cake, a football cake, a team "Storm" cake in the past.  Since t-ball season just started my little guy wanted a baseball cake.  He wanted chocolate cake, so I thought I'd make a baseball glove cake so we could have chocolate frosting on it. 
 
I saw two ideas that I used.  I made the baseball glove part from Parenting.com and the baseball cupcake idea from Kraft.  He loved it! 

It's not perfect (non of my cakes are since I am NOT a perfectionist), but I'm pretty happy with how it turned out and it tasted pretty good too.  


I made one 9" round cake and then 6 cupcakes.  I trimmed the glove a little bit like it showed on Parenting.com.  I couldn't decide what frosting recipe to make, so I used by butter frosting recipe from my trusty Better Homes and Gardens cookbook.  I set aside a little bit of it while the frosting was still white (for the cupcakes) and then added cocoa to frost the glove. 
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  1. Jen, you're amazing. My kids are lucky to get cupcakes.

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