DAILY DOSE OF ART

As prescribed by Paulina Constancia

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.

Click here to watch Betty Crocker’s
“HOW TO MAKE A ROBOT CAKE”
Betty Crocker’s
ROBOT CAKE
Ingredients
Cake
  • 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:
Baked Robots
“Bluey Duey”
 The Robot Cake


ROBOT
Rice Krispies Treats
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

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