Thursday, March 26, 2009

Crazy Rainbow Birthday Cake.

Since we are studying light in our Konos Obedience study, I knew this cake would fit right in with our unit. It fell right on the day we studied rainbows and talked about Noah. Luke really liked it, though I do NOT recommend using the icing they suggest. It was really heavy and almost ice cream like. It slid right down the sides of the cake and I ended up having to freeze the whole shebang. Also, I couldn't find two round pans, so we did one large pan and then cut the cake in half and stacked it.

Here's our crazy bright bowls o' batter:


Plopped in the pan:


Swirled with a knife:


Cut, filled, stacked and frosted - with the proud birthday boy:


Blowing out the candles:


A side view:




All in all, it was pretty tasty and the kids really enjoyed it.

9 comments:

AprilShowers said...

Hey! Love the cake! Another fun experiment w/ a rainbow theme can be found here: http://www.webtvhub.com/awesome-science-experiment-video-make-awesome-rainbow-milk/
A friend tried it with her daughter and I plan to do it with my boys just as soon as I get to the store to buy some food coloring. Looks fun!

Erin said...

That was so cool! We'll have to try that!

Jessi said...

It's beautiful! Happy Birthday, Luke! Hope your little man had a wonderfully blessed day, Tamara!

Megan said...

What a cool cake! It looks like a lot of fun to make, too. :)

Melissa said...

Love the fabulous cake! What a great idea to bake it in a sheet pan and then divide it in half.

Jean said...

Beautiful cake....and Luke looked adorable.

outdoor.mom said...

What a great idea

zekesmom10 said...

We made that cake last week for Malachi's 4th birthday. Great minds think alike, eh?
Jodi, fellow toddler mom

Faith said...

It's so beautiful. :) Your Tulsa cousins.