How to Make a Robot Cake & Other Party Robots
Welcome to another Food Day on Daily Dose of Art! I hope you have enjoyed a whole week’s feature on the art and science of robots. Today we look into how we could apply the ROBOT theme into edible party items.
We start off with a Betty Crocker video on ‘How to Make A Robot Cake’ and then we explore other ‘sweet’ possibilities of a robot party theme.
- 1 box Betty Crocker® SuperMoist® yellow cake mix
- Water, vegetable oil and eggs called for on cake mix box
- Tray or foil-covered cardboard (20×15 inches)
Frosting and Decorations
- 1 1/2 containers (1 lb each) Betty Crocker® Rich & Creamy vanilla frosting
- Black food color
- Blue food color
- 2 colorful licorice twists (7 inch)
- 2 large black gumdrops
- 2 soft fruit ring candies
- 2 blue candy-coated chocolate candies
- 3 pull-apart red (cherry) licorice twists
- 20 candy-coated chocolate candies (any color)
- 1 roll Betty Crocker® Fruit by the Foot® chewy fruit snack (any variety from 4.5-oz box)
- 6 thin chocolate wafer cookies
Here are some more ideas for
Sweet & Edible ROBOTS:
Learn how Kim got the young guests to build
their own ‘edible’ robot..
Here are her instructions to Moms..
“Grab a box of Kellogg’s Rice Krispies Treats (already the perfect rectangle shape) and gather up some coordinating candies. I chose Life Savers (radar), Razzles (eyes), Chicklets (nose), a candy necklace and Smarties (ears and mouths).”
More Ideas for a ROBOT Party Theme