Earlier this week I had a Mickey Mouse Cake to do and that got me to thinking about and browsing through all of my previous Mickey Mouse Cakes. This is not all of them, but if you’re looking for some inspiration, I thought I’d do a little round-up to give you some Mickey Mouse Cake Ideas!
First up – this is the cake I did Wednesday! It was for a small family party and she only needed 10-15 servings. So I did a 7″ tier for the bottom (2 layers of cake, ~16 servings) and while that was technically all the cake she needed, I really wanted to give it a little height, so I added a single layer of 5″ round cake to the top 🙂
One thing I love about this design is it is very versatile (almost generic)… you could change up the colors, take that Mickey off the top and go with just about any theme… add a train or a butterfly or just a number (like this polka dots & stripes cake) or any character you want!
I wanted the cake to be bright and fun, but not girly for John Dale, so I did primary colors… with polka dots and bunting! For the name, I used food markers to write his name after searching for “Disney Font” with Swagbucks. It’s not perfect, but not too shabby either.
Oh – and I did the plaques with these Ateco plaque cookie cutters. All the fondant was homemade marshmallow fondant except the red and black – they were Satin Ice. The cake was vanilla flavor with vanilla buttercream.
Now… I won’t give that much detail for the rest of these cakes… you can just follow the links to the original posts and hopefully get all of your questions answered!
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Cake for Olivia. This was an Icing Smiles Cake and I really wanted to go all out for Olivia! Hop over here to read how I made this cake and learn more about Icing Smiles, if you aren’t familiar.
These are the easiest Mickey Mouse Cupcakes ever!!
And last, but not least – this Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Cake. It’s all Mickey… like the other Mickey Mouse Club House Cake, I tried to add as many details as I could!
But as I write this post, I’m realizing I never posted this cake on my blog either.
Aaaahhhh…. too many cakes to blog about , not enough time!
For this one I’ll just say what I always say… if you have questions, leave me a comment and I’ll do my best to answer and help out!
So that’s it… my Mickey Mouse Cake Ideas! You can go Mickey all the way – or go with a more versatile design that has just a little Mickey on top! Any thoughts? Questions? Leave me a comment!! I love to hear from readers!