How To Decorate A Monster Jam Cake?


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Neha Agrawal Profile
Neha Agrawal answered
To make a Monster Jam cake you should buy a cake mix that caters for a 9 by 13 inch cake pan, and ensure that you follow the instructions that come on the box. Once the baking has done and you have taken it out of the oven, allow 15 minutes to cool. When the 15 minutes are up, remove the cake from the pan and place it on a cooling rack to allow enough time for the cake to cool down completely.

Once it has, cut the cake into thirds with each piece being approximately four inches wide and then spread a layer of frosting across the top of one of the pieces and then place a second piece of cake on top of the frosting. Once you've done that, cut the remaining piece of cake in half and then spread a thick layer of frosting on the top of the two larger pieces of cake, then place once of the smaller pieces on top of it. After that you should spread frosting on the smaller piece and then lay the second small piece on top of that frosting which will materialize as the cab of the monster truck.

The next step is to cover the whole cake with frosting, and you should create the doors and windows of the truck on the cake with a decorator. Choose the right colors that correspond with your child's favorite truck from the Monster Jam show. In addition, you could always put small chocolate frosted donuts to represent the wheels of the truck.
SidrA Tasneem Profile
SidrA Tasneem answered
Well to make a perfect jam cake you must fill it with lots of cream to make it look good and tasty. Adding different colors to cake according to theme of party or birthday can give a cohesive touch to whole party and adding cherries, jams and fruits are great.
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Anonymous answered
I'm doing one for my son's 5th b-day. I have 2 ideas...there's a Wilton cake pan of a truck w/ a camper. I thought about decorating this to look like Grave Digger. The other idea that I have is to make a regular sheet cake and have a monster truck scene on top. Put some monster trucks on top...crushed vanilla wafers for "track"..."wreck"ed Matchbox cars for them to jump over...pile of icing for the jumps.
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Anonymous answered
I'm making a monster jam cake for my son and idea for you......I colored toothpicks black then printed racing flags and glued on them...I also printed the Monster Jam logo and glued them on the toothpicks.  I'm using the Monster Trucks and Matchbox cars and I'm hoping it will look good.
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Anonymous answered
I would putt jelly worm in it, hanging out at the side, them a jam that look like blood and sprinkle sugar over the cake with the jam already on it.

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