Hi pals! Ive just recently I dealt with one of my favorite brand names to develop some dinosaur themed desserts for a current image shoot, that included this enjoyable
dinosaur shaped cake. So naturally, I had to share it with you people!.

This dinosaur cake was SO simple to make and is perfect for a subtle birthday party in the house, an enjoyable school occasion or a 1st birthday smash cake!.

I utilized a dinosaur-shaped flexible cake pan, that made the entire procedure extremely easy and enjoyable too!

Easy Dinosaur Birthday Cake.
Generally, Im a layer cake kind of gal. But when the brand name suggested I utilize one of their silicone dinosaur cake pans, I needed to require!.

This is why the cake was a lot easier to make than my usual 3 layers cakes!

I know youre not expected to grease these pans, however in truth, I personally prefer to do that simply in case.

Dinosaur Birthday Cake.

Just make certain to grease the pan or mold well with a cooking spray to prevent your cake being stuck in the intricate corners of the pan.

Preparation time: 20 MinCook time: 20 Mininactive time: 10 MinTotal time: 50 Min.
Easy chocolate dinosaur cake sponge with condensed milk vanilla buttercream frosting.

The cake sponge itself is my go-to Victoria cake sponge with included chocolate, and the buttercream is my preferred, simplest frosting EVER – a condensed milk icing!

I have actually shared both of these fundamental recipes here on the blog site in previous posts, however youll also find it listed below so you can print it off easily.

I tinted my frosting light and dark green, but when again, feel totally free to change the colors to fit your taste..

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Chocolate Cake.

You can of course, change the flavors of the cake sponge or the frosting too. It wont alter the taste.

These flexible silicone cake pans or molds are really convenient if youre a cake embellishing novice too, since you will not need to cut or form your cake at all.

These cake pans are likewise very flexible. So even if your bakes cake does not end up 100% perfect, you can still pipe some icing on top to cover a plethora of sins.

Oh yeah, and to finish off the dinosaur ambiance, I added crushed Oreo cookies to look like dirt around the cake.


Yield: 6-8Author: Birds Party.

175g soft butter.
175g sugar.
135g flour.
40g dark cocoa powder (100% cocoa).
11g baking powder.
3 eggs.
1 teaspoon vanilla extract.

Condensed Milk Frosting.

250g butter – cold however soft to the touch.
200g sweetened condensed milk – cold.
A few drops of light and dark green gel food coloring.
3 Piping bags.
2 small star ideas (whatever size you like).
( Optional) 1 small round pointer to complete eyes and other details in white frosting.

Pre-heat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius (356 Fahrenheit).
Blend the butter and sugar together up until fluffy and velvety.
Include one egg at a time and continue whisking until combined.
Add vanilla and mix to combine.
Add the flour, baking powder and cocoa powder to butter and mixture and combine with a big metal spoon up until integrated.
Fill your dinosaur mold 3/4 full and bake up until a toothpick placed into the center comes out clean.
Let cake cool in the pan for about 10 minutes, prior to thoroughly turning it out onto a baking rack..
Let cake cool completely before frosting.

Chocolate Cake.


Condensed Milk Frosting.

Blend butter till light and fluffy.
Add condensed milk and whisk until integrated.
Reserve 1/3 cup of frosting to embellish the teeth and other parts.
Different a 1/2 cup of icing and color it light green.
Include the dark food coloring to remaining frosting.
Include frostings to a piping bag fitted with a star idea and pipeline all over the cake, contrasting the two shade of green, and adding white icing for the teeth and eyes.

Did you make this dish?

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@BirdsParty so I can see and share your imagination!.

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