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How to make a Scooby-Doo Cake

Posted by David P. from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada • Published See David P.'s 5 projects »
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  • Step 1

    First decide what cake to use, I was taught to Bake my Cake at 300 degrees F instead of 350, as the Cake will rise more evenly, you just have to cook it a little longer and test it with a toothpick or Cake tester from time to time from 5 to 10 minutes after the normal cooking time.

    While the Cake is Baking, I make my Parchment Bags for Icing the Cake. For this Cake, I make one Large Bag and cut two Parchment triangles in half to make 4 Medium Bags.

  • Step 2

    I mix up the Icing for the Cake and scoop out a few tablespoons of white for the Eyes, I then scoop out ¾ Cup to make Black Icing in a separate bowl, I also scoop out a few tablespoons and put in a bowl to make Blue Icing and scoop out a few tablespoons and put in a bowl to make Yellow Icing. I also scoop out a tablespoon and make Peach Icing. The remaining Icing I add Cocoa Powder to make it Brown.

    Once the Cake is cool enough to Ice, I spread the white Icing over the Eye area using a small narrow Icing spreader as well as the small area under the Left Ear and under the Nose. I then spread the Black Icing over the Nose, Eyebrow and the Eye Pupil and the area inside the Mouth. I then spread the Red Icing for the Tongue. I spread the Peach Icing over the inside of the Ear.

    I use either a # 17 ( larger Star tip ) or a # 18 ( slightly smaller Star tip ) for making the Stars for the Body. I squeeze Icing around the Base of the Cake to fill in any space if the Cake is not sitting flat on the Cake Board. I squeeze out Brown Stars leaving a narrow space where the Black Lines will go later. I then use a # 18 tip for the Collar leaving a narrow space where the Black Lines will go later. I then use a # 5 tip for the Yellow Icing on the Dog Tag and Ring. For the Black Lines, I use a # 4 tip.

  • Step 3

    Icing

    1-Cup Imperial Margarine
    1-Cup Crisco Shortening
    4-Cups Icing Sugar
    5 TBSP Wilton Meringue Powder or albumen powder ( Egg white powder )

    Mix on Low speed till well blended then add ¼ Cup Water and mix well, then turn speed up to High and Mix for 10 Minutes.

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Lauren H.
Lauren H. · Jeannette, Pennsylvania, US
So cute! I love Wilton pans, they make baking a special cake so much easier. I've done Spongebob and R2D2, but this Scooby is awesome!!!!!
David P.
David P. · Vancouver, British Columbia, CA · 6 projects
Thankyou, I love Wilton pans too, I have 15 different Pans so far.
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