Martini Glass Cakes baked right in the Martini Glass
Have you ever seen a Cake baked right in the Glass? Before I saw these amazing Colorful Martini Glass Cakes I did not. So I had to share with you how they were made so maybe you can re-create them at your next party and wow your guests. They are completely Alcohol Free and great for all ages!!!
These Martini Cakes were created by a talented baker who is the owner of Mommy’s Yummys where you can find a great variety of her decorated Cookies that are available to Order. These Cakes in the Glass were actually created for her Sister’s Birthday and there is no doubt in my mind that everyone did not go crazy for them.
Yes I know this Blog is about Children’s Parties so why am I posting about Martini Cakes? – Well because they are just too cool and there is no alcohol involved so they can be enjoyed at any age. Well maybe those a bit older if you are worried about the Glass. I must admit when I first saw them I thought they were Snow Cones until I read further and was shocked to know they were actually cakes. You can also create them in other Glasses too – so let me share with you how they were made and maybe you be inspired to start baking in your Glasses.
Here is what you will need to create these Martini Glass Cakes:
- Martini Glasses
- Yellow Cake Mix
- Food Coloring
- Vanilla Icing
- Vanilla Flavoring
- Colored Sugar Sprinkles
1. Spray Martini Glass with non stick spray
2. Take your Yellow Cake Mix, divide into smaller bowls and add food coloring to them.
3. Spoon into glasses randomly. About 2/3 full
4. Bake at 200 degrees for about 45 mins.
5. After cake is cool, dip rim in vanilla flavoring then in candy sprinkles.
6. Melt icing in microwave for a few seconds and spoon onto top of cake.
Now How cool is that? The key to baking your cake in the glasses is the Low Baking Temp for a longer Baking Time. I think these are fantastic and kids would love them. Give them each a fancy spoon to go along with it and let them dig in and enjoy !!!
I would like to give a Thank You Shout Out to Rachel from Mommy’s Yummys for letting me share her Martini Glass Cakes and how they were made. I think these are so Unique, Fun and Colorful.