Power Rangers Fondant Cake How To

Power Rangers Fondant Cake How To

This cake is Dino-might!

It's amazing what you can do with the Red Ranger pattern and and some bright red fondant. Making the cake is easier than it looks, and the whole team is going to say "Whoa!" at the sight of it. You'll need Dino Charge candles and our Power Rangers Dino Charge Cake How-To below for step-by-step instructions.


Yield Servings vary Level Advanced
Power Rangers Fondant Cake
  • 2 two-layer cake rounds, 6 in. and 10 in. in diameter
  • Buttercream Icing
  • 2 boxes pre-rolled white fondant
  • No-Taste Red Icing Color
  • Black Icing Color
  • Golden Yellow Icing Color
  • Red Sixlets®
  • Toothpicks
  • Fondant Roller
  • Fondant Smoother
  • Pizza cutter or paring knife
  • Power Rangers Dino Charge Birthday Candles
  • 12 in. Cake Platter
Follow Instructions
1) Ice cake
Prepare cake rounds for fondant. Ice with a layer of buttercream icing.
2) Color fondant
To create red-hued fondant for both the bottom and top layers, knead two balls of white fondant until soft. Using a toothpick, dot no-taste red icing color into fondant, and knead until the color is evenly distributed.
3) Roll fondant
Roll out one ball of red fondant. Place over the larger cake round and smooth using a fondant smoother. Trim off the excess with a pizza cutter or paring knife. Do the same for the smaller cake. Place the smaller cake on the larger cake.
4) Color black and grey fondant
For the grey and black teeth background, knead two small balls of fondant and tint one ball grey and the second ball black. Use black icing color for both; use just a little to make gray. Roll out both fondant colors. Using the paring knife or pizza cutter, cut one grey rectangle the same height as the bottom cake. Next cut one black rectangle one inch narrower than the grey rectangle. Adhere the grey fondant to side of cake on a diagonal angle with buttercream icing. Again using icing, place black diagonal over grey. Trim excess on bottom of cake.
5) Color teeth fondant
Add the signature teeth! Knead another ball of white fondant and, this time using golden yellow icing color, color the fondant yellow. Roll out yellow fondant and freehand triangles. Adhere them along black strip, alternating the points up and down to mimic teeth pattern.
6) Add gumballs
It's time to break out the Sixlets®! Line the bottom and top tier with red Sixlets®, using buttercream icing to adhere them to cake.
7) Place birthday candles
Finish off the cake with Dino Charge candles. Now all you need to do is keep the kids from karate-chopping the cake and taking a nibble before the Birthday Ranger blows out the candles!

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