This Happy Father’s Day Cake is embellished with all of dad’s favored matters—from campfires to bushes and tents. An clean redecorating project for beginners, this cake could also be superb for birthdays, retirement parties or just to expose dad how tremendous he is! If your dad is not definitely an outdoorsman, customise this cake with his preferred matters as a substitute!

Happy Father's-Day-Cake

Ingredients

• Kelly Green Icing Color, 1 oz.
• Black Icing Color, 1 oz.
• White Decorator Icing – 4.5 lb.
• 3 boxes white cake mix
• Creamy White Decorator Icing, 4 lb. Tub

Tools

• Round Cake Decorating Tip 2
• Decorating Bags, 16-Inch Disposable
• Piping Bags, 12-Count

• 10 x 16 Non-Stick Cooling Rack Round Checkerboard Cake Pan Set, 4-Piece
• Decorator Preferred 13 inch Angled Spatula
• Non-Stick Cooling Grid – 14.5 x 20-Inch – Cooling Rack

 

Instructions:

Bake cakes.

Prepare cake batter following recipe instructions. Combine Kelly Green and Black icing colors to get light, medium and dark green colors shown. Tint three cups batter light green, six cups batter medium green and 3 cups batter dark green using color combinations provided. Transfer batter to 16 in. decorating bags.

Prepare pan with dividing ring. Starting in center, fill center ring ½ full with medium green batter, next ring ½ full with light green batter and outer ring ½ full with medium green batter. Carefully remove dividing ring; rinse and dry thoroughly. Repeat color combination in second pan. Remove, rinse and dry dividing ring.

Prepare third pan with dividing ring. Starting in center, fill center ring ½ full with dark green batter, next ring ½ full with medium green batter and outer ring ½ full with dark green batter. Remove dividing ring.

Bake and cool cakes.

Ice cake.

Level, fill and stack cake. Ice cake smooth.

Using Cake Marker, position one pin at 1¼ in. mark and one pin at 2¾ in. mark. Make random marks around cake.

Decorate Cake

Using Black icing color, tint ¼ cup icing black. Prepare decorating bag with tip 2 and black icing. Pipe designs, starting at top section of cake and using marks as guide for bottom of each design. Repeat for middle row and bottom row.

 

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