This is one cell I wouldn’t mind dissecting! My daughter, Erin, made this for her science project. They were charged with creating a model of a cell organelle. So why not make it out of cake?!
Each individual piece of the cell came out and was viewable at 360 degrees.
Note… no cell model would be complete without its’ “cell phone…”
This cake was made for the rehearsal dinner at a friend’s wedding. They finished the top two tiers at the rehearsal dinner, and wanted to serve the bottom tier at the reception, so I took it home and pulled the fondant off and recovered it. It didn’t turn out too bad….
Erin’s cake won 3rd place in the youth division at the 2010 Tennessee State Fair!
The chocolate fudge cake was covered with vanilla fondant and then surrounded by fondant globes. Erin decorated it using food color markers.
This smaller version of the Cheeseburger in Paradise cake took first place at the state fair. I made it exactly the same way as I made the larger version… just smaller:)