My boys recently had a combined birthday party and they requested an Angry Birds Cake.
Actually they requested a cake with angry bird lacrosse players who were shooting goals on opponents. It’s nice that they think so highly of my cake decorating skills but I said no. Instead we compromised with… 3 Angry Bird cakes.
I used one of my favorite baking tools…since I always have good results with it.
For the frosting layer, I went simple again by using frosting from a can. Place a desired amount of frosting in a bowl, add coloring, stir, and spread with an icing spatula.
After frosting cakes, I always place them in the fridge to let the icing set a bit. I also drop the temperature in the house by about ten degrees since warm frosting is impossible to work with. (I place the cake in the fridge after each different color frosting is applied.)
I like to use a metal icing tip and place it inside a ziplock bag which has a small hole cut out of the side. Simply place the icing into the bag, twist the bag, and start frosting.
And for my most important tip…if you have a “helper,” be sure to provide her with her own cake and frosting bag.
Here she is actually frosting blueberry muffins since her decorated cake had already disappeared into her tummy and I needed some more time.