Check out these amazing cakes mums have made using cakes from their local supermarket.
Step aside professional cake makers, these mums have got it sorted all by themselves.
These clever creations have all been shared in the Woolies/Coles Mudcake Hacks Facebook group. Some of them are just totally amazing!
KFC cake made from 4 Woolworths mud cakes.
Caroline explained that it was all edible and the chicken was made from LCM bars and then rolled in cornflakes. Clever!
-Betty Crocker’s Salted Caramel icing
-Butternut snap biscuits crushed
-edible icing sheet (Dad’s face replacing the colonel)
-homemade shortbread chips
-chicken/nuggets made using LCM bars
Mums are also using unfilled sponges and even lamingtons to create some amazing number and letter cakes.
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Ethan & Harley’s Batman and Robin cakes for their birthday party today! This was a @woolworths_au Slab Sponge Cake hack (I am soooo over cakes! Why the hell didn’t I plan my kids birthdays better!!!?) Inspired by the cookie cake trend making its rounds the moment (plus the boys are obsessed with spotting their initials everywhere) ✔I used a total of 1 1/2 packets of sponge cake for their names (each pack has 2 cakes so it was 3 cakes total – thank goodness their initial is so easy!) I used a cake leveller to cut the cakes in half and turned the top half upside down so it was the fresh sponge facing up. ✔I used 3 batches of my Perfect Buttercream Icing (this is my ‘go to’ buttercream it is a perfect consistency for piping!) Recipe link in bio. I used storebought black ‘Over The Top’ buttercream from Spotlight but added some butter/icing sugar/milk & additional black food colouring to get into a consistency that I liked as it was a little dry. ✔Edible Batman & Robin wafers & edible gold leaf from eBay ✔Macarons, meringue kisses & chocolates from @woolworths_au ✔Sprinkles from @thesprinkleco ✔Cake topper from @creativesignsunlimited ✔Cake boards from @spotlightstores
This bearded dragon cake certainly takes the prize though.
Samantha shared, the bearded dragon was created from 2.5 x Coles mud cakes slices, ready to roll white fondant, 2 silver sugar balls coloured with edible black pen and food colour powder (yellow, orange, blue, green- cream would have been great but they didn’t have any).
I bought brown liquid dye, but didn’t use it as I wanted to just dust colour him.
No cake making tools just rolling pin, paint brushes, pen (no ink), tweezers and about 5hrs haha.
Melanie shared her lawn mower cake as requested by her little man for his 3rd birthday.
Melanie explained that she used a banana cake slab and cut it in half and put one half upside down on top of the other using the butter icing of the two as the filling. She then drew the shape she wanted on baking paper, held it on to the the cake and cut it out.
She also purchased a mini jam and cream sponge for the top (black piece) from Woolies.
She said she got all the bits and pieces from Bunnings for handles (sprinkler pipe and joins) and the pull cord and handle.
The wheels were Cadbury Breakaway biscuits. 2 stuck together for rear wheels and singles for the front.
Check out this amazing Mimco bag that is actually a cake!
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