Firetruck cake, of course!
Don't ask how much red food coloring is in that frosting
Tea's first glimpse of the cake on Birthday Morning
The cake was made by Nana, with questionable moral support from me. She used this recipe if you want to make your own. It was chocolate inside, at Tea’s request.
Happy 4th birthday, Tea.
Wow, that is an impressive cake!
Congratulations on Tea’s Birthday!
I love the look on his face when he sees the cake!!
I can attest that the cake tasted just as good as it looked. I ate two pieces. Thanks, Tea, for sharing your special day with us! We love you!!
Aw.. happy birthday Tea. I’m pretty sure the ADHD effects of red food coloring are only temporary! Looks like you all had a wonderful time.
fire truck cake
I love it.
I made this same cake for my step sons 4th birthday, he LOVED IT! 🙂 good job
My kids are grown now, but when they were young (5 and up) their birthday cakes were always themed shaped. one year was a violin (when my daughter took up violin) that looked real!!!!!!! Another was a horse (when my daughter took up horseback riding). My son’s were easier mostly hockey and football related depending on what he was playing at he time. But never was there just plain cake. (and this was before I ever heard the word fondent.) now that I have a grandson, the cakes are getting better. His pirate ship cake for his 6th birthday was a show stopper!
Wow! I’m so impressed! Love the picture of him gazing up at it in amazement!
wow that cake looks good
how many did they serve.
I am looking for a 40-50 serving
The recipe states 12 – it’s only one box of cake mix. With small pieces, you might get 20. My other son wanted a fire station cake the next year – we just made a big cube. We didn’t put much into decorating it because he “only wanted letters”, but you could make it pretty cool and park the truck next to it.
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