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How To Make A 3D Standing Minion Cake

Minions are a very popular choice for a birthday cake, and now we’ve found the perfect fuss free way to make one! The 3D Minions Cake Frame Kit is designed primarily for making your own standing Minion cake. It’s a fantastic piece of equipment, and perfect for making 3D novelty cakes on a sturdy re-useable base. Minions come in all shapes and sizes, so feel free to get creative and alter your design to suit the look you’re going for!

Step 1.

Assemble your cake frame as per the instructions contained within the box. Cover the base of your frame in Rice Krispies Treats.

Step 2.

Melt some white chocolate, and use a palette knife to cover the top of your Rice Krispie base.

Step 3.

Stack and fill four 6″ round madeira sponge cakes, and place your stacked cakes on top of the cereal base. It’s a good idea to use a small circle cutter to cut out the holes where the poles in the frame sit to prevent the cake or the base from breaking. Use a cake leveller and a knife to create a domed shape on the top of your cake.

Step 4.

Cover your cake in a layer of vanilla frosting, buttercream, or ganache using a small palette knife, then put your cake in the fridge to chill for an hour.

Step 5.

Whilst your cake is chilling, dust your work surface with a cornflour pouch and roll out a small amount of modelling paste. Use the 63mm circular cutter to cut out four circles to use for the Minion’s goggles. Use the smaller 48mm cutter to cut circles from two of your bigger circles to make rings. Place the rings on top of your other two circles to create the base of the eyes.

Step 6.

Use the smallest Framar circle cutter to cut out two small circles which will be the iris and pupils.

Step 7.

Colour in the eyes using edible ink pens and white blossom tint or paint for finer details. We made brown eyes for our Minion, but you can use any colours you like. Attach these to the centre of your larger circles using edible glue.

Step 8.

Mix some Rolkem Super Silver lustre dust with a little rejuvenator spirit to create a silver paint. Using a small brush, paint around the goggle rims. Leave to dry on a curved cylindrical shape or a round cake dummy.

Step 9.

To make the Minion’s hair, roll out thin sausages of black modelling paste with your hands. Keep one end straight and slightly bend or kink the other. Make different lengths and shapes to create a more realistic look, and leave them to dry. If your paste is a little sticky, put some petal base on a cake smoother and roll them out on a surface using the smoother. For the metal goggle bolts, mould two blunt cylinders from modelling paste and use a palette knife to mark a diagonal line through the centre of each. Paint with Rolkem Super Silver and rejuvenator spirit, and leave to dry completely.

Step 10.

Dust your work surface with a cornflour pouch and roll out 1kg of Sattina Sunshine Yellow sugarpaste to a medium thickness. Remove your cake from the fridge, and place your rolled out sugarpaste over the top. Gently ease the edges around the sides of the cake and cut away any excess sugarpaste from the bottom until your cake is fully covered. Use a cake smoother to smooth out any imperfections.

Step 11.

Make your Minion’s dungarees using the templates supplied. Dust your work surface with a cornflour pouch and roll out some Renshaw Powder Blue sugarpaste. Place the templates over the sugarpaste and use a cutting wheel to cut around the edges.

Step 12.

Once you have all of your pieces, attach them to your cake using edible glue. We covered the legs separately by wrapping sugarpaste around the poles.

Step 13.

Use a design wheeler to add detail and give your dungarees a stitched edge.

Step 14.

Use a bulbulous cone tool to make small indentations in the top of your cake to stick the hair in.

Step 15.

Fill the holes with a little edible glue, before sticking the individual hairs into your Minion’s head.

Step 16.

Roll the rest of your yellow sugarpaste into two thin cylinders. Using a palette knife, cut them to the same length, and then again at a slight angle on one end to make the arms. Attach them to the sides of your cake using edible glue or royal icing. Draw a little smile on your Minion’s face using a flower and leaf shaping tool.

Step 17.

Use the templates to measure out how much black modelling paste you need to make the hands and feet. Create three fingers in the hands using a craft or palette knife, then mould into a glove shape. Make one incision in the centres of the feet to wrap around the bottom of the legs so they look like little shoes.

Step 18.

Use royal icing to attach the eyes to the Minion’s face. Hold them down for a while to make sure they stay in place.

Step 19.

For the finishing touches, add two blue dungaree straps using Renshaw Powder Blue sugarpaste and wrap a strip of black modelling paste around the back of your Minion’s head to create the goggle strap. Roll two small balls of black modelling paste and attach to the ends of the straps for buttons. Attach the silver bolts to the sides of the goggles using royal icing, and draw a little logo on the Minion’s front pocket with a black edible ink pen.

Handy Hints

Add a little royal icing to your buttercream to stiffen it and make it easier to cover your cake, particularly if it’s a hot day!

Use folded tissue paper and small bottles of edible glue to hold heavier parts of your minion in place.

You will need:

Make your own 3D Minions Cake Frame Kit
2 double layer madeira cakes (6“)
Rice Krispies Treats
Callebaut White Chocolate Couverture Chips
1 tub of Vanilla frosting
Sattina Sunshine Yellow sugarpaste (approx 1kg, and 100g for arms)
Renshaw Powder Blue sugarpaste (approx 250g)
CMC (for strengthening if required)
Renshaw black modelling paste
Sattina 3 in 1 modelling paste
Edible glue
Royal icing
Cornflour pouch
9“ and 16“ rolling pin
Cake leveller
Cake smoother
4“ straight palette knife
6“ round cake dummy or cylindrical shape (to dry and curve eyes)
Reversible 6 piece circular cutter set
Framar set of 6 circle cutters
PME flower and leaf shaping tool
PME bulbulous cone tool
PME cutting wheel
PME design wheeler with 3 heads
Sugarcraft knife
Rejuvenator spirit
Brushes
PME black brush n fine pen
PME brown brush n fine pen
Rolkem Super Silver food colouring
White blossom tint or paint

Easy Cake Pop Recipes – Dizzy Busy and Hungry!

You will love these 15 easy cake pop recipes made from scratch or using cake mix! They are perfect for kid parties, Halloween, Thanksgiving, or any occasion.  Eat your way through this fun collection featuring tasty varieties such as vanilla, pumpkin, and of course chocolate cake pops!

You won’t believe how easy and tasty these cake pops are!

I have never met a kid who doesn’t like cake pops.

Come to think of it, I haven’t met an adult who doesn’t like cake pops!!

These tiny dessert delights on a stick are guilty pleasures of the young and old!

So, I asked my fellow recipe makers to send me their favorite cake pop recipes.  The result is this wonderful list of 15 delicious cake pop recipes that you must make immediately!

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Tips for making easy cake pop recipes

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– You don’t need a cake pop mold to make them.  Use ice cream scoopers, melon scoopers, or even a spoon. 

– Cake pop molds are very affordable to get on Amazon.  They are also very easy to use.  I prefer the silicone molds because they are so easy to cleanup.

– If you don’t want to make the batter from scratch, you can use a prepared cake mix.  They will taste just as delicious.

– Put the melted frosting in a glass and dip the cake pop while holding the stick end.  Do not dip further than the cake pop.

– Twirl the cake pop as you bring it out of the frosting glass.  This will give it a smooth and even frosting.

Easy Cake Pop Recipes with Cake Mix

Easy Pumpkin Cake Pop

I make these cake pops every year for Halloween and I always run out of them before the evening is even over.

Every year, I think I have made too many and every year, they are gone within an hour!

These require just 5 ingredients and they take less than an hour to make. Super easy! All the ingredients are readily found in your pantry, so run into the kitchen now to make them. 🙂

Easy Pumpkin Cake Pops

These festive pumpkin spice cake pops are moist and delicious and so fun to eat!

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Champagne Cake Pops

Heather from A Wicket Whisk has made a very unique cake pop recipe. She adds champagne extract in the cake mix which makes them bubbly delicious.

Her cake pops are quick and easy to make because they need only 4 ingredients. These cake pops would also be great for a gender reveal (for a girl!) because they have a white frosting and are pink on the inside.

Champagne Cake Pops

Champagne Cake Pops | Champagne Cake Pops are the perfect sweet treat to add to any celebration! New Years, Valentines Day, Wedding and Baby Showers

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German Chocolate Cake Balls Recipe

Kelsey from Bake Me Some Sugar knows that I loooove German chocolate cake!

She took German cake and turned it into yummy cake balls on a stick! Look how cute they are. I think I could easily eat a dozen of them.

German Cake Balls – Bake Me Some Sugar

German Chocolate Cake Balls are easy to make and so delicious. Whether for a party or holiday gathering, these cake pops are a treat.

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Valentine’s Day Cake Pops

I don’t intend to wait until Valentine’s day to make these cake pops! Julia made these cake pops with Oreos, and I just can’t wait to make them this weekend!

Her cake pop recipe doesn’t require the use of cake batter but calls for cream cheese. And only 5 ingredients in her recipe!

Don’t they look scrumptious?!

Valentine’s Day Oreo Cake Pops

5 ingredient cream cheese cake pops for Valentine’s day

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Galaxy Cake Pops

I really want to call these cake pops, “Far Out Cake Pops!”. They look out-of-this-world delicious!

Mary from the Flying Couponer shows us how to get those perfect galaxy swirls. It’s really easy to get the cake pops to look beautiful.

Galaxy Cake Pops

Aren’t these Galaxy Cake Pops mesmerizing? They are super easy to make anytime

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Deviled Egg Cake Balls

I give Carlee major ‘pops’ (lol) for making cake balls look just like deviled eggs! You can’t tell just by looking at them, but they are actually cake pops.

She walks you through the process of making these cake balls. They are not at all difficult to make, so head over to her blog to grab the recipe!

Deviled Egg Cake Balls

Deviled eggs have never been so sweet! These cute cake balls are perfect for Easter, BBQs, April Fools Day and more!

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LEGO Cake Pops

This cake pops is for everyone who loves LEGOS! That includes adults!

If someone gave my husband these cake pops, he would easily eat the whole batch. He has loved LEGOS since he was a child.

This cake pops are perfect for kid birthday parties, especially a LEGO-themed party.


Gluten Free Easy Cake Pops Recipe

This is good news for all that suffer from gluten allergies. Sandi from Fearless Dining shows you how to make this chocolatey good cake pops!

The best part is that you only need 4 ingredients to make these. Why not make a big batch of them right now?

Gluten Free Chocolate Cake Pops

These chocolaty Gluten Free Chocolate Cake Pops are a delicious kid-friendly treat for Valentine’s Day

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Minion Cake Pops

These Minion Cake Pops by The Jenny Evolution would be perfect for a minion birthday party or even for a fun treat for kids when they achieve a milestone.

They’re just the right size for serving kids and no one can resist these adorable and scrumptious yellow pops!

Minion Cake Pops

These Minion Cake Pops would be perfect for a minion birthday party or for a special and fun treat.

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Funfetti Cake Pops

Everything you love about funfetti cake is now in a delicious cake pop recipe. Melissa from the Consumer Queen has found a way to make tiny version of our favorite cake!

The white chocolate frosting is topped with confetti sprinkles. Get the kids involved in decorating them.


Easy Cake Pops Recipes From Scratch

Churro Cake Pops

I would never have thought of making cake balls out of churro! Lucky for me, Dianna from Little Sunny Kitchen thought of a great way to make cake balls out of churro.

She also does an amazing job making them from scratch. She has images of every step, so, you won’t feel intimidated when making them. Try them for a unique and tasty treat!

Churro Cake Pops

Easy churro bites that are baked into fluffy moist balls, then dipped in cinnamon sugar.

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Keto Cake Pops

Just because you are on a Ketogenic diet, it doesn’t mean you should miss out on the cake pop eating experience!

Lyndsay from Officially Gluten Free has created these delicious chocolate cake pops that are completely Keto friendly. Plus, she makes them from scratch, so you know they will be delicious.

Keto Vanilla Cake Pops

These Easy-To-Make Gluten Free & Keto Vanilla Cake Pops are Delicious Little Balls of Moist Vanilla Cake, Dipped in Chocolate. They’re made from scratch

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Valentine Chocolate Cake Pop Truffles

Kathleen from The Fresh Cooky made these truffle cake pops from scratch. She also walks you through every step of the way with pictures, so you can follow along while you make them and be sure you are going to nail it!

The best part of these cake pops is that she makes a bouquet of them that you can give as gifts to your valentine. They look better than a bouquet of roses, if you ask me!

Why wait until Valentine’s day? You can make these for your sweetheart to express your love right now!

Valentine Chocolate Cake Pops

Rich and delicious, chocolate cake pops and truffles, dipped in luscious dark chocolate. Filled with a rich chocolate cake and frosting truffle, covered with a dark chocolate shell.

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Vanilla Cake Pops

There is nothing like simple vanilla cake pops that are super easy to make. Sally from Sally’s Baking Addiction makes these colorful cake pops from scratch!

The cake pops are really versatile. They are great for serving at birthday parties or bridal showers.

Homemade Cake Pops

Homemade vanilla cake pops with vanilla buttercream from scratch- no cake mix or canned frosting!

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Gender Reveal Easy Cake Pop Recipe

Chelsea from Two Twenty Two made these cake pops for her gender reveal party and they were a huge hit!

She made them for the first time and had no trouble whatsoever, so you will have great success when you follow her awesome instructions!

How To Make Cake Pops

Step by step instructions on how to make cake pops! Learn some tricks on how to accomplish delicious and eye-catching cake pops!

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How to Make Easy Cake Pop Recipe using a Mold

– Make sure the mold is clean and dry.

– Pour you cake batter into a piping bag and use a round / plain tip.

– Gently drop the batter into the molds.  Do not fill it to the brim.

– Close the top of the mold and gently place into the oven (preheated to about 375° to 400°)

– Cook for about 15-20 minutes and test by putting toothpick through the hold.  If it comes out clean, the cake pops are ready.

– Let them cool before you remove the mold cover.

– Insert the sticks in the center of the cake pops.  Gently twist out the cake pops and dip them in the frosting of your choice.

– Place them on a baking tray (preferably lined with wax paper) upside down. 

– Freeze them for 20 minutes to 2 hours, depending on your frosting.

Your cake pops are now ready to be devoured!


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3D Minion Cake Tutorial (Part 1)

You could make this adorable 3D Minion cake by following our tutorial below as we give you a detailed step-by-step guide! This cute Minion would be perfect for any Despicable Me fan and can be customised to suit your purpose. The 3D Minion cake would be perfect for a child’s birthday party, and you can even make your own matching Minion cupcakes by following our cupcake tutorial! We also have an alternative Minion cake if you’d rather have a go at making your own characters, too. Either way, this 3D Minion cake would look rather impressive as a centre piece at your party, so why not give it a go today!

You Will Need

  • 11″ Cake Drum
  • 6″ Semi Circle Cake Tin
  • 6″ Sponge Cake
  • 1.25kg Yellow Sugarpaste
  • 250g Powder Blue Sugarpaste
  • 250g Black Sugarpaste
  • 125g White Sugarpaste
  • Rolling Pin
  • Cutting Wheel
  • PME Round Cutter Set
  • Quilting Tool
  • 100g Silver Modelling Paste
  • Edible Glue
  • Blade Modelling Tool
  • Cake Smoother
  • 15mm Royal or Navy Blue Ribbon

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Decoration Instructions

Before you start to decorate your Minion cake, you might want to cover the cake first. You’re going to need three cakes; two 6″ round cakes (these need to be quite deep) and one semi-circle cake. Once baked, then it’s just a case of sandwiching them together with buttercream or jam, covering the entire cake with a layer of buttercream and then rolling out and draping your yellow sugarpaste over this. You’ll need around 4 packs of yellow sugarpaste to cover this cake, but I’d use a little more – then you’ll have plenty to make the arms for your Minion, too! You also need a cake drum, and we recommend an 11″ drum for this particular cake.

Decorating The Body

1. OK, so hopefully you have successfully baked, butter-creamed and covered your Minion cake in yellow sugarpaste, but if you haven’t – now is the time to do it! Don’t worry too much if the edges of your cake are a little uneven or become marked, because you’re going to cover around 2″ from the base of the cake upwards in a strip of blue sugarpaste – so this part will be hidden!

2. Firstly, you’re going to need to roll out a large chunk of powder blue sugarpaste into a long strip, and then trim this using a cutting wheel so that it measures approximately 2″ in width. The length of your sugarpaste should measure roughly 25cm.

3. Next, carefully pick up the strip and gently wrap this around the base of your cake. This part can be a little tricky, so take your time. The strip will only go around half of the cake, and you need to make sure that the ends finish in the centre of the front of your cake. If you try to make a longer strip and wrap this around the entire circumference of the cake, you’ll find that it may rip when you pick it up (and it’ll be a lot more fiddly, too!)4. Repeat steps 2 and 3, ensuring the second strip goes around the other half of the cake. The ends should meet in the middle, as shown in image

4. Use a little edible glue to secure the strips to the cake.

5. The next step is to create the front part of your Minion’s uniform. To do this, cut out a large rectangle, measuring approximately 5″ wide by 3″ tall and around 3mm in thickness. Stick this to the front of your Minion, securing into place again using a little edible glue. Repeat this step for the back of the Minion.

6. Now you can make a little pocket for the uniform. An easy way to do this is to use a large circle cutter and then cut this in half. You can of course free-form the pocket by using a cutting wheel if you prefer. Glue this to the centre of the uniform (only on the front of your Minion).

7. To make the straps, firstly roll out some more powder blue sugarpaste to around 2mm thick. Using a cutting wheel, cut 2 long strips roughly half an inch wide. Check that the length of each strip will wrap from the front of the uniform to the back.

8. Again this part can be a little tricky, so just take a deep breath and take your time. Wet the back of the straps with a little edible glue, and then place the end of one strap to one corner of the uniform. Slowly drape the strap from the front to the back of the uniform, pressing the strap to the cake to secure into place. If this is a little confusing, see our tutorial photos for guidance. Repeat this step with the second strap. If there’s any excess sugarpaste, simply trim this off.

9. The hardest part of the cake is now done! Now it’s time to add the details to the uniform. Start by making the buttons out of black sugarpaste using a small and medium circle cutter to create these. Stick two small circles to the front of each strap, and one medium circle to the pocket.

10. Adding stitching to the uniform will really make the cake – it’s the fine details that bring it to life! Using the quilting tool and a steady hand, create the dashed lines along the edges of the uniform and pocket.

11. You can now sit the cake on top of your cake drum. Position the cake so that it is slightly off centre – you need to have extra room at the front so that the legs and arms don’t fall off the edge of the board!

Making The Goggles

12. Now that the body is complete, the fun can begin with the face! To make the goggles, firstly roll out some silver modelling paste to around 0.5cm thick, and use a large round cutter to make two circles.

13. Using a slightly smaller round cutter, cut out the centre of the circles to leave you with two rings. These will make the outer parts of the goggles. Roll several small balls of silver modelling paste and squash these with your fingertips. Use the blade modelling tool to create small indentations in each ball to create ‘screws’ for around the edges of the goggles, and stick into place using edible glue.

14. Next, use the medium round cutter to make two white circles from sugarpaste. Stick the white circles to the face of your Minion and then place the silver rings on top of these.

15. To finish the detail of the goggles, roll out some black sugarpaste to around 2mm thick and cut this into a long strip, roughly 1″ in width. Use the blade tool to make a slight indentation along the length of the strip. Glue the strip around the back of the Minion’s head, starting from one side of the goggle to the other.

Making The Legs & Feet

16. Now it’s time to add some legs and feet to the Minion. Start by creating the legs, which can be made by rolling a chunk of powder blue sugarpaste into a thick sausage shape. Cut the sausage in half to make two legs.

17. For the feet, roll two equal sized balls of black sugarpaste into chunky oval shapes and use your fingers to smooth out the edges. Then, take the blade modelling tool and firmly press this into each foot across the centre. Lightly use the blade modelling tool on the heels to create three horizontal lines for the bottom of each shoe.18. Stick the shoes on the ends of each leg, and then position these in place on the cake drum.

Making The Arms & Hands

19. For the arms, you firstly need to take a piece of yellow sugarpaste and roll this into a long sausage shape. A great way to gain a perfect sausage is to roll your sugarpaste using a cake smoother, rather than your hands. This will make one of the arms, so repeat this step to make the other!

20. The two hands are going to be made slightly differently, as one will be resting on the Minion’s knee, and the other will be holding a stick, as you’ll discover later. For the first hand, roll a piece of black sugarpaste into a ball and then shape this into a rounded tear drop shape. Use the blade modelling tool to create several slits in the hand for where the fingers should be.

21. Add the arms to the Minion by pressing one end of the sausage to the side of the Minion, just below the uniform strap. Gently bend the arm into place so that it is resting on the leg. You will probably need to use a little edible glue to hold this in place, as the weight of the sugarpaste will otherwise make it break or droop. The other arm can simply rest on the cake drum, but again you’ll need to use a little edible glue to keep it in place.

22. The second hand is made by again, rolling a piece of black sugarpaste into a ball, and then mould this, using your hands, into a bent sausage shape. The hand should appear as though it is curving round. Use the blade modelling tool to again create several slits along the side of the hand.

23. To make the hand appear as though it clenched, take a small piece of black sugarpaste and mould this, as with the hand, into a bend sausage shape – but this time, make it bend in the opposite direction to the hand. This will make the thumb. Stick the thumb to the hand as shown.

24. You can now stick the end of the hand to the end of the arm!

And that’s the end of part 1! Part 2 will show you how to make a number topper, finish off the eyes, make the mouth and hair and create the letters for the name.

How To Make Minion Cake Pops

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Minions are loved by kids all over the world so having some minion treats at any kids party is bound to be a hit.

Minions are those adorable but silly yellow henchmen in the super popular ‘Despicable Me’ films. Their ridiculous antics always get kids giggling and have led to many kids asking parents for minion themed birthday parties.

This article gives you the low down on making minion cake pops that kids will love. A cake pop is a mini cake, covered in decorations, on a lollipop stick. Turning these into hilarious little minions takes your cake pops a step further, making them something really exciting for any party.

Our guide will make creating minion cake pops an absolute breeze. We have put together a list of everything you will need, the cake recipe, how to decorate the cake pops and lots of tips and tricks that you should know.

Ingredients

Here is a list of all the things you will need to make 12 cake pops.

For The Cake Pops: 300g all-purpose flour, 1 tsp salt, 200g sugar, 150g brown sugar, 1 tbsp baking soda, four ripe bananas, 110g melted butter, 160g buttermilk, two eggs, 450g store bought vanilla icing/buttercream.

For Decorating: Black sprinkles, lollipop sticks, blue and yellow candy melts, black M&Ms, candy eyeballs, black icing.

Equipment: Whisk, masher, rubber spatula, baking tray, two medium sized bowls, large mixing bowl, electric (hand) mixer.

Extras: Wax paper or a little oil for greasing.

Image © Peggy_Marco, under a Creative Commons license.

Method

1. Preheat the oven to 180C/350F.

2. Mash bananas in a medium sized mixing bowl.

3. Whisk flour, salt, sugar, baking soda and brown sugar in another medium mixing bowl until combined.

4. To the bowl with mashed bananas add buttermilk, eggs, butter and combine with an electric mixer.

5. Add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients and mix until smooth.

6. Pour the batter into the baking tray and bake for 30 minutes or until a skewer comes out clean.

7. Cool the cake for 10 minutes. Once cooled, cut the cake into several pieces.

8. Crumble the cake into a large bowl and then mix in the vanilla buttercream.

9. Use your hands to mould the cake into ball shapes. Each cake ball can be a different minion shape, they don’t have to be perfectly uniform. Let the cake balls set in the fridge for 30 minutes.

10. Whilst they set, prepare the candy melts by putting melts of each colour in a different bowl and heating them in the microwave until melted.

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Let’s Decorate!

1. Insert a lollipop stick halfway into the minion cake pops.

2. Pull the stick out and dip it into blue melted candy before reinserting it into the minion cake pop and refrigerating for another 30 minutes to secure it in place.

3. Then, dip each pop into blue melted candy. Once this candy coating has dried, dip the top half of the cake pop into the yellow candy melt.

4. Before the yellow candy coating has dried give your minions hair. Simply take tweezers and place black sprinkles on top of the cake pops.

5. Using a thin pipe, make a line on each cake pop to neaten up the boundary between the yellow and blue.

6. To make the minions’ shoes, use candy melts to stick two black M&Ms at the bottom of each minion cake pop.

7. To make their eyes and goggles, stick on some candy eyes before outlining the goggles by piping black icing. Don’t forget the strap going around the minions’ heads.

8. Finally, draw on the minions’ smiles. You now have an army of cute (and yummy!) little minions.

Top Tips

If you can’t get hold of candy eyes, have a go at making your own by cutting out small circles from white fondant icing and drawing black pupils with fondant markers.

Get creative! Each minion is a little different in the films, with different body shapes, eye colours and hairstyles. So if you make a mistake on one minion don’t fret, it can just be that little minion’s quirks.

If you get any cracks in your cake pops, just get some melted candy and patch it up with your finger.

To display your lovable cake pops, get some Styrofoam and insert the pops. You can decorate the foam with ribbons and party paper if you wish.

Image © Peggy_Marco, under a Creative Commons license.

Substitutes

Many people have different dietary requirements and it is definitely possible to adjust your recipe to cater for a certain diet.

For gluten free cakes pops use different flour, such as almond flour or coconut flour.

If you want a dairy free cake you could use almond milk and vegan butter.

Check the ingredients for store bought vanilla frosting, some of them are vegan.

For a vegan or dairy free version of candy melts, you can make your own coating by melting vegan white chocolate, dividing into two bowls and adding yellow and blue food colouring into each portion.

Good To Know

Storage: Store leftovers in an airtight container lined with a paper towel. You can keep them at room temperature for a couple of days. They can also be refrigerated for five to seven days. The pops are best served at room temperature, so just take them out of the fridge a couple of hours before serving. We don’t recommend freezing cake pops as it can cause the candy coating to crack.

When Can Kids Help? Children between two and five years of age can help with stirring the ingredients. Little kids love to make a mess and its a great opportunity to get them to learn about food by letting them play with ingredients. Older kids can help a little more with decorating and measuring ingredients.

What Age Is It Suitable For? Kids as young as one can have a minion cake pop. For younger children and toddlers, consider serving without the stick and cutting it into small bite sized pieces to avoid choking hazards.

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  • Minion Cupcake Cake

    This is how I made my Ube (purple yam) Minion cupcake..  Enjoy!

    Come see how I made it in this youtube video.  Don’t forget to subscribe for more updates!

    Used Wilton tip 1M to create the rose pattern on the cupcake.  Start pipping from
    middle cupcake and out.

    To create the eyes…

     You will need 3 different sizes of round cookie cutter (3″, 2.5, 1 inches, white fondant, grey fondant (goggle frame), light brown fondant (iris), and black fondant, large ball tool, and piping gel.  Cut out a 3″ circle out of grey and white fondant.  Set aside in large ziplock bag.  Cut out a 2.5″ circle in the middle of the grey circle.  This will be the frames for the minions goggles. With a small brush apply a small amount of water along the perimeter of the white circle.  Lay down the grey frames on top of the white circle.  Using a ball tool (See pic bellow) make an indent on the bottom centre of the white circle.  Place the brown 1″ circle in the dip.  Make a 1/4″ ball and place in the middle of the brown circle.  To create the look of glass on his goggles brush a small amount of piping gel all over the white fondant and eyes.  Do not apply piping gel on goggle frame.

    This is the ball tool I used..

    I used the larger ball of this Wilton ball tool (purple) to make the indentation on the white fondant and the smaller
    ball to make the indentation in the middle of the iris.

    2 doz cupcakes all together

    Minion Cake – Despicable Me 3 Prisoner Cake Video Tutorial

    Learn how to make a flat minion cake in this video tutorial. Cut a 9X13 inch sheet cake into an oval shaped Minion then decorate him using frosting. This adorable Minion Prisoner Cake will be perfect for your Despicable Me 3 party or event.

     

    Minion Cake

    Love the Minions? Then you’ll absolutely want to have this Minion Cake at your Despicable Me 3 party or event. This sweet little yellow Minion prisoner is made out of a 9 x 13 inch sheet cake and is fairly simple to decorate.

    Who hasn’t fallen in love with the adorable Minions? I wonder if the animator who designed the Twinkie shaped characters knew from the moment of inception that these little guys would be so popular.

    Seriously they couldn’t be much cuter with their big goggle covered eyes.

    In the new Despicable Me 3 movie they go to jail and have to swap out their trademark blue overalls for black and white striped prisoner uniforms which just might make them even cuter.

    Minion Prisoner Cake

    Have you ever seen a sweeter looking prisoner?

    As soon as I saw the trailer for the movie I knew I had to make some sort of Minion Prisoner dessert and decided to make this Minion Cake because it gave me the space I needed to really show off the the striped overalls.

    I wanted to keep this cake fairly simple so I baked a 9 x 13 inch sheet cake, carved out a Minion shaped oval, and piped stars all over the surface. I love using that decorating technique because it’s so easy and it makes a really great looking cake. I personally find it to be much easier than spreading frosting.

    To get the design for this Minion cake, I printed out a picture of a Minion and used it as a template. I used a knife to mark the cake before frosting it. You can freehand it though being it’s a really simple design.

    I had this cake decorated and the video tutorial filmed in about an hour. Not bad for a super cute Minion cake.

    My only failure was putting the cake on a cake board that was too small. I decided after I had the Minion’s body decorated that he needed a hat and legs and arms. You can see that they don’t fit on the board I used. Be sure to use a 14 inch x 18 inch or larger board and you won’t have any problems.

    Watch this video to see how to make a flat Minion Prisoner Cake using frosting not fondant.

    .

    Minion Cake – Despicable Me 3 Prisoner

    Turn a 9×13 inch sheet cake into the most adorable Minion Prisoner Cake.

    Course:

    Dessert

    Cuisine:

    Cake

    Keyword:

    decorated cake, dispicable me, minion cake

    Servings: 18 people

    Author: Beth Jackson Klosterboer

    Ingredients

    • 9×13 inch baked sheet cake
    • 1/3
      cup
      silver gray frosting
    • 2 1/2
      cups
      black frosting
    • 2 1/2
      cups
      white frosting
    • 2 1/2
      cups
      yellow frosting

    Instructions

    1. Carve a Minion shaped oval out of the cake.

    2. Reserve all the cake scraps for later.

    3. Spoon all the frosting colors into individual pastry bags, each fitted with a star tip, reserving about 1/2 cup of the black.

    4. Place the reserved black frosting into a pastry bag fitted with a #4 round tip.

    5. Decorate the cake by piping stars all over the surface and sides.

    6. Start by making two silver gray circles for the Minion’s goggles.

    7. Pipe a small black circle in the middle of those circles then fill in around the black circle using white frosting.

    8. Pipe a black band on either side of the goggles.

    9. Pipe yellow above and just below the goggles.

    10. Pipe on the black and white striped prisoner uniform.

    11. Pipe a line around the straps to the uniform and pipe on the outline of a pocket in the middle of the uniform.

    12. Pipe white stars inside the pocket border then pipe on a prisoner number over the white stars using black frosting.

    13. Pipe on a black smile.

    14. Glue together the cake scraps using frosting and cut a rectangle prisoner hat out of the scraps.

    15. Attach the hat to the top of the Minion and pipe on black and white stripes.

    16. Crumble all the remaining cake scraps and blend together with a tablespoon or two of frosting.

    17. Use this cake ball mixture to shape two arms, two legs, and two shoes for the Minion.

    18. Pipe yellow frosting over the arm then pipe on black gloves.

    19. Pipe white frosting over the legs then black over the shoes.

    Notes about the Minion Cake Recipe

    • To make black frosting start with either store bought or homemade chocolate frosting then add black icing coloring. That will make it much easier to get a nice deep black color.
    • Color white frosting using yellow coloring.
    • To get a nice silver color, mix a tiny bit of the black frosting with white frosting. You can add a bit of FDA approved, edible silver luster dust, to give the frosting a bit of shimmer, if you’d like.
    • Fit 4 pastry bags with #22 star tips and fill with white, silver, black, and yellow frosting.
    • Fit one pastry bag with a small #4 round tip and fill with black frosting.

    How to make a Minion Prisoner Cake

     

    • Optional: Size and print out a picture of a Minion to use as a cake template.
      • You can decorate this easy Minion Cake freehand if you are able, but a template will be helpful if you aren’t comfortable drawing the design onto the cake.
    • Cut out the pieces of the template (cut out the goggles, stripes, etc.)
    • Cut an oblong shape out of a 9×13 inch sheet cake.
      • Save all the cake scraps for later to make the Minion’s prisoner hat, arms, and legs.
    • Set those cut-out pieces on the 9 x 13 inch sheet cake and use a sharp knife to mark around the templates.
    • Start by piping stars over top of the cake to create the Minon’s goggles.
      • Pipe two silver circles.
      • Add black pupils in the center of the circles.
      • Pipe white frosting inside the silver cirlces.
      • Add a black band down the sides of the cake next to the goggles.
    • Pipe yellow frosting above and below the goggles.

    How to Decorate a Prisoner Minion Cake

    • Pipe on black and white stripes to form the two shoulder straps.
    • Continue to pipe on black and white frosting stripes to create the Minion’s prisoner uniform.
    • Use the bag of black frosting that is fitted with the small round tip to pipe around the outline of the prisoner uniform.
    • Then pipe on the outline of a pocket in the upper middle of the uniform.
    • Fill that with white frosting.
    • Pipe on a prisoner number over the white pocket.

     

    How to make the Minion’s Prisoner Hat out of Cake

    • Use the scrap pieces of cake to create the pill box style prisoner hat.
      • Cut a four corners of the cake and frost them together into a rectangle.
      • Cut out the hat shape using the template if necessary.
    • Attach the hat to the Minion cake using frosting.
    • Pipe on black and white stripes of frosting.
    • Pipe on a smile.

    How to make the Minion cake ball arms and legs

    • Crumble all the remaining cake into a bowl.
    • Add frosting and stir and knead until it comes together in a ball.
    • Divide the cake ball dough into four sections.
    • Roll one piece into a tube and attach to one side of the cake just below the shoulder straps.
      • Pipe yellow frosting over the cake ball tube to form the Minion’s arm.
      • Pipe on a black glove at the end of the arm.
      • Repeat on the opposite side of the Minion cake.
    • Cut the remaining 2 pieces of cake ball into two pieces and use them to create legs and feet for the Minion.
      • Frost the leg pieces with white frosting.
      • Frost the feet using black frosting.

    Be sure to let your Despicable Me Minion party guests know that the feet and arms are cake balls otherwise they might think the cake is raw. You could cut and piece together whole cake to make the legs and arms, but I liked that I could get a nice rounded shape using the cake ball dough.

    Sorry if some of the step-by-step images of the making of the Minion cake are a bit blurry. I pulled them from my video tutorial.

    I do hope you have fun making this fun Despicable Me 3 Minion Prisoner Cake for your party. If you make this Minion Prisoner Cake and share it online, be sure to link back to this original tutorial giving credit to Hungry Happenings or tag #HungryHappenings on social media.

    If you love Minions, you might like to make some of these of the fun Minion snacks.
    These cute treats will add a touch of whimsy to any Despicable Me party.

    Banana Ice Cream Cone Minions • Minion Chocolate Bark
    Chocolate Minion Box • Minion S’mores Pops

    If you liked this Kid’s Recipe, then you need to check out these other fascinating recipes that your little ones will love!

    Mignon cake tins

    The section presents molds for making small cakes “Mignon” produced by Martellato S.r.l., Italy. The forms are supplied in the form of sets consisting of several modules with compartments for minions and baking sheets. TPM biscuit cutters and ED cake extractors are supplied separately. The technology for preparing minions is similar to the preparation of cakes in the forms of the “ Monoporzione ” series.

    Sets of the form for minions “MIGN.A ”

    Sets of forms for Mignon cakes of the MIGN.A series are designed for the simultaneous preparation of 32 cakes measuring Ø40 h35 mm. and an approximate weight of 20 grams. The set consists of 2 plastic modules with 16 (sixteen) through cells in each and a baking sheet for modules 200×400 h20 mm in size.

    Tins for round cakes
    Baking tray size – 400×200 mm.
    Total number of cells – 32
    Volume of one cell – 23 ml.
    The size of the cake – Ø40.5 h35 mm.
    Ordering code – MIGNON A001

    Forms for oval cakes
    Baking tray size – 400×200 mm.
    Total number of cells – 32
    Volume of one cell – 33 ml.
    The size of the cake – 53×32 h35 mm.
    Order code – MIGNON A002

    Tins for hexagonal cakes
    Baking tray size – 400×200 mm.
    Total number of cells – 32
    Volume of one cell – 36 ml.
    The size of the cake – 46×41 h35 mm.
    Ordering code – MIGNON A003

    Tins for triangular cakes
    Tray size – 400×200 mm.
    Total number of cells – 32
    Volume of one cell – 24 ml.
    The size of the cake – 48×43 h35 mm.
    Order code – MIGNON A004

    Tins for square cakes
    Tray size – 400×200 mm.
    Total number of cells – 32
    Volume of one cell – 24 ml.
    The size of the cake – 37×37 h35 mm.
    Order code – MIGNON A005

    Forms for minions “Rhombus”
    Tray size – 400×200 mm.
    Total number of cells – 32
    Volume of one cell – 32 ml.
    The size of the cake – 40×58 h35 mm.
    Ordering code – MIGNON A006

    Forms for cakes “Heart”
    Baking tray size – 400×200 mm.
    Total number of cells – 32
    Volume of one cell – 35 ml.
    The size of the cake – 48×44 h35 mm.
    Ordering code – MIGNON A007

    Forms for the droplet cake
    Baking tray size – 400×200 mm.
    Total number of cells – 32
    Volume of one cell – 32 ml.
    The size of the cake – 50×35 h35 mm.
    Ordering code – MIGNON A008

    Tear-off cake tins
    Baking tray size – 400×200 mm.
    Total number of cells – 32
    Volume of one cell – 32 ml.
    The size of the cake – 55×35 h35 mm.
    Order code – MIGNON A009

    Cake extractors

    ED series extractors are designed for the extraction of ready-made minions prepared in MIGN.A. forms. The extractors are made of food grade plastic and are completely the same size and configuration with the cells of the corresponding shapes. Extractors are supplied separately from the kits.

    Extractor for round cakes
    Material – food grade plastic
    The extractor is designed for the simultaneous extraction of 16 (sixteen) Mignon cakes from the mold
    The order is a multiple of one extractor
    Order code – ED1

    Extractor for oval cakes
    Material – food grade plastic
    The extractor is designed for the simultaneous extraction of 16 (sixteen) Mignon cakes from the mold
    The order is a multiple of one extractor
    Order code – ED2

    Extractor for hexagonal cakes
    Material – food grade plastic
    The extractor is designed for the simultaneous extraction of 16 (sixteen) Mignon cakes from the mold
    The order is a multiple of one extractor
    Order code – ED3

    Extractor for triangular cakes
    Material – food grade plastic
    The extractor is designed for the simultaneous extraction of 16 (sixteen) Mignon cakes from the mold
    The order is a multiple of one extractor
    Order code – ED4

    Extractor for square cakes
    Material – food grade plastic
    The extractor is designed for the simultaneous extraction of 16 (sixteen) Mignon cakes from the mold
    The order is a multiple of one extractor
    Order code – ED5

    Extractor for “Rhombus” cakes
    Material – food grade plastic
    The extractor is designed for the simultaneous extraction of 16 (sixteen) “Mignon” cakes from the mold
    The order is multiple of one squeezer
    Order code – ED6

    Extractor for cakes “Heart”
    Material – food grade plastic
    The extractor is designed for the simultaneous extraction of 16 (sixteen) cakes “Mignon” from the mold
    The order is a multiple of one extractor
    Order code – ED7

    Extractor for “Droplet” cakes
    Material – food grade plastic
    The extractor is designed for the simultaneous extraction of 16 (sixteen) Mignon cakes from the mold
    The order is a multiple of one extractor
    Order code – ED8

    Extractor for “Teardrop” cakes
    Material – food grade plastic
    The extractor is designed for the simultaneous extraction of 16 (sixteen) “Mignon” cakes from the mold
    The order is a multiple of one extractor
    Order code – ED9

    Minion cuttings for biscuit

    Notches from the TPM series are used to cut a certain shape of biscuit when preparing “Mignon” cakes in the MIGN modules.A. Notches are made of solid food grade plastic. Supplied separately from the kits.

    Cutting cut for round biscuit
    Material – food grade plastic
    Cutting shape – circle
    Size – Ø40.5 mm.
    Order in multiples of one cut
    Order code – TPM1

    Cutting for oval biscuit
    Material – food grade plastic
    Cutting shape – oval
    Size – 53×32 mm.
    The order is a multiple of one cut
    Order code – TPM2

    Cutting for a hexagonal biscuit
    Material – food grade plastic
    Cutting shape – hexagon
    Size – 46×41 mm.
    Order in multiples of one cut
    Order code – TPM3

    Cutting for a triangular biscuit
    Material – food grade plastic
    Cutting shape – triangle
    Size – 48×43 mm.
    Order in multiples of one cut
    Order code – TPM4

    Cutting for square biscuit
    Material – food grade plastic
    Cutting shape – square
    Size – 37×37 mm.
    Order in multiples of one cut
    Order code – TPM5

    Rhombus-shaped biscuit cutter
    Material – food grade plastic
    Cutting shape – rhombus
    Size – 40×58 mm.
    Order in multiples of one cut
    Order code – TPM6

    Cutting-out for biscuit in the form of a heart
    Material – food grade plastic
    Cutting shape – heart
    Size – 48×44 mm.
    Order in multiples of one cut
    Order code – TPM7

    Cutting for biscuit in the form of a drop
    Material – food grade plastic
    Form of cutting – drop
    Size – 48×44 mm.
    Order in multiples of one cut
    Order code – TPM8

    Cutting for a biscuit in the form of a teardrop
    Material – food grade plastic
    Cutting shape – tear
    Size – 55×35 mm.
    Order in multiples of one cut
    Order code – TPM9

    Forms for minions can be bought by ordering product codes.

    Cake in the shape of a Mignon made of cream

    Cake “Mignon” turns out to be bright and effective. The image of the character on the biscuit cake is best done with cream.

    Mignon-shaped cake

    The base of the cake is a delicate and airy sponge cake. Oil cream is used to soak the cakes and decorate.

    Preparation:

    1. Carefully separate the whites from the yolks and beat separately until fluffy.
    2. Divide 150 g of sugar in two, adding one to the whites and the other to the yolks. Beat until the sugar grains are completely dissolved.
    3. Add some proteins to the yolks and mix them easily. Add flour.
    4. Add the rest of the protein mass and mix with gentle movements.
    5. Grease a baking sheet with oil and sprinkle with a little flour.
    6. Pour the dough into a mold.When choosing a shape, it must be borne in mind that the biscuit can rise a lot.
    7. Bake for 30 minutes at 180 ° C without opening the oven door.

    Remove the finished cake from the mold and use a stencil to give it a beautiful oval shape.

    Making the Mignon cake cream

    Most of the time is spent on decorating the cake with cream.

    Preparation:

    1. Combine sugar and water. Warm up until the sugar grains are completely dissolved.
    2. Beat 3 egg yolks. Introduce syrup into the yolk mass, constantly whisking the mixture with a mixer until it becomes fluffy.
    3. Soften the butter and combine with the resulting fluffy mass. Beat until the mass acquires the consistency of a cream.
    4. Divide the weight in half. Tint one part with yellow dye. You need to calculate the quantity yourself, depending on what color you want to get.
    5. Lubricate the trunk with yellow cream and refrigerate for 30 minutes.
    6. Remove the workpiece and apply a second layer, gently leveling it with a special spatula or ruler.
    7. Touch up part of the rest of the mass with blue and form a jumpsuit.
    8. Melt the chocolate, draw it into a pastry syringe and trace the outline of the clothing.
    9. Make an eye with white cream topped biscuits. You can use a round chocolate candy instead of the pupil.
    10. Cut a large ring out of the toffee, which will act as glasses.Coat the ring with syrup and roll in coconut or at least sugar.
    11. Draw the rope for the glasses and the mouth with chocolate. Squeeze the shelves of chocolate onto a board covered with foil. Place in the refrigerator to freeze the strips. Then insert them instead of the hairs.
    12. Rivet the jumpsuit out of the round candies.

    Cool Mignon cake with cream and serve.

    The basis for the cake can be made differently, keeping only the principle of decoration and decoration.

    Mastic minion cake step by step. DIY mastic cake “minion”

    Description

    Cake “Mignon”
    is the best way to please your child for a birthday. Colorful and bright, tasty and aromatic – it will become a real highlight of the festive table. Your kid will definitely be delighted with such a surprise, especially if he likes the cartoon “Despicable Me”
    . However, one should not categorically classify the cake in the form of a Mignon as a children’s dish.Adults will be happy with him no less!

    If it seems to you that it is very difficult to make such a cake with your own hands, and that a pastry chef will not be able to make such a cake without much experience, we dare to reassure you! Its preparation is no more difficult than classic cakes such as Napoleon or Honey cake, and even simpler.
    The master class with step-by-step photos, given below, will definitely convince you of this.

    As for the ingredients of the Mignon cake, the base is an airy sponge cake.A delicate butter cream is used as an impregnation and the main element of the decor. In general, this is a completely familiar combination for a cake. It turns out very tasty. And, of course, the original appearance of such a dessert will not leave anyone indifferent.

    So, if you decide to make a cake in the form of a Mignon with butter cream with your own hands at home, then be sure to study this recipe, equipped not only with the most detailed step-by-step instructions, but also step-by-step photos.Each of the pictures will help you better navigate in a particular cooking process. Let’s get started!

    Ingredients


    • (150 g for dough + 150 g for cream)

    • (6 tbsp. L.)

    • (1 tsp)

    • (100 g)

    • (4 pcs.)

    • (3 ​​pcs.)

    • (220 g)

    • (yellow, blue, black)

    • (3 ​​pcs.)

    • (chocolate, 1 pc.)

    • (1/2 tiles)

    • (or whatever you like)

    • (to taste)

    • (to taste)

    Cooking steps

      First, we need to prepare the base for the cake.
      To do this, knead the biscuit dough. Let’s start with chicken eggs. We will carefully and with great care divide them into whites and yolks. We will beat them separately from each other. The yolks will eventually turn into a yellowish foam, which will be about three times larger in volume.As for the proteins, they will also turn into a soft white foam, which will be 4-5 times larger in volume than the original product. Divide the sugar in two. We will add one to the yolks and beat the mixture until the sweet crystals dissolve, the other to the proteins. Beat the proteins with sugar until the sweet component dissolves. Add a third of the whipped egg whites to the whipped yolks, and then gently mix them, stirring from bottom to top.
      Pour the pre-sifted flour into this egg mixture little by little.We mix very carefully, without sudden movements. Then add the rest of the whipped proteins to the mixture and gently mix them into the dough. Grease the baking dish with softened butter, and then crush it with flour. After that, pour the biscuit dough into the mold, filling it by 2/3. Please note that the crust increases up to one and a half times during baking. We send the mold with the dough to the oven preheated to one hundred and eighty degrees. We will bake the cake at the same temperature for 35 minutes.Just don’t look into the oven while baking! Otherwise, you risk spoiling the biscuit. Cool the finished cake, remove it from the mold, and then give it an oval shape, as in the photo. This can be done by eye, or, if in doubt, you can prepare a stencil in advance or find a dish of a suitable shape.

      At this stage, we should prepare the butter cream.
      To do this, combine water and sugar in a small ladle. Then we send the vessel to the fire.Keep the liquid on the stove until the sugar is completely dissolved in the water. This will create a sweet syrup. Separate the three yolks and beat them thoroughly, as in the case of the biscuit dough for the Mignon cake. Then gradually introduce the syrup into the resulting yellowish foam, without stopping to work with a mixer. The mixture should be fluffy.
      In a separate bowl, beat the softened butter and then combine it with the egg-sugar mixture. Then we also beat all this with a mixer.As a result, the cream should have a uniform consistency. Separate half of the butter cream and tint it with yellow food coloring. Take the amount of dye depending on the intensity of the color you want to get. Lubricate the body of our Minion with the first layer of yellow cream, and then send it to the refrigerator for half an hour. Then apply a second layer of yellow cream, smooth it out with a pastry spatula, and if there is none, then with a long plastic ruler (it must first be washed)
      .Return the cake to the refrigerator for 30 minutes.

      The remainder of the cream must be divided again. Part of it will be used to create the eye for the Minion, and the second we will tint with blue dye. With blue cream, we will form a jumpsuit for Mignon, as shown in the photo below.
      We will hide the joint of yellow and blue cream with a strip of melted chocolate, which we will put in a pastry syringe in advance. And, in general, the jumpsuit will look much more expressive if you circle it with chocolate along the contour.We send the cake back to cool in the refrigerator.

      Now we need to make an eye for the Minion. To do this, cover the chocolate cookies with the remains of the white cream.
      Let’s make the pupil with the help of chocolate candy, turning it round base upwards.

      Now we will make “tasty” glasses with our own hands. To do this, using glasses of different shapes, cut out a circle from the toffee.
      We will coat it with any sweet syrup, and then grind it with coconut flakes or, as in this case, silver-dyed sugar.We put the eye and glasses in the right place.

      Draw a string for glasses with melted chocolate. We draw a mouth with it. And from the frozen chocolate we make Mignon hair, which will be easy to insert into a soft biscuit cake.

      Do not forget to make rivets on the overalls with the help of chocolates. That’s all, the master class has come to an end! Our minion cake is ready. You can serve it on the table!

      Bon appetit!

      Cake is always the main dish on any birthday, especially if it is a children’s birthday, because children are unlikely to wait for salads with chicken or sandwiches with fish, but they look forward to dessert from the very beginning.Despite the fact that they will be happy with any cake, I still propose to make it beautiful and very unusual – in the form of a character from a children’s cartoon – a minion. We will decorate with homemade mastic (you can see the recipe for it on the website in the “Decorations for cakes” section). Do not think that it will be difficult to cook such beauty with your own hands. In fact, everything is simple, but it will take a little more time, but the result will please you. Follow the master class and you will succeed!

      Biscuit:

    • Eggs – 8 pcs.
    • Sugar – 400 g
    • Flour – 400 g
    • Citric acid – 0.5 tsp

    Cream:

    • Butter – 200 g
    • Powdered sugar – 200 g
    • Fat sour cream – 500 g
    • Bananas – 2 pcs.

    For decoration:

    • Food colors (blue, yellow, black)

    Step by step preparation of a recipe with a photo:

    First you need to make a biscuit.

    To do this, carefully separate the whites from the yolks. Add 1 tbsp to the yolks. Sahara.

    Beat with a mixer until lightening.

    Gently, with movements from bottom to top, combine the yolks, whites and sifted flour with a silicone or wooden spatula. This must be done carefully so that the dough does not lose its airiness.

    Stir until smooth.

    Cover the baking dish (diameter 18 cm) with parchment paper.

    Pour 1/4 part of the dough into a mold.And bake in the oven at 170 for 20-25 minutes.

    Cool the finished cakes, wrap them in a bag and leave to rest for several hours.

    Continuing to beat, add sour cream. Beat at high speed for 2-3 minutes.

    Spread it evenly and lay out the chopped bananas.

    Put the biscuit cuttings into the blender bowl, fill with a small amount of cream.

    Grind the biscuit with cream.

    With the resulting mushy mass, level out all the dimples on the cake, making it even and smooth.

    The cake is ready to be coated with mastic.

    Covering the cake.

    Smooth the mastic by lifting, stretching and squeezing the edges.

    Cut off the excess.

    Roll out blue or blue mastic for overalls. Lubricate the place where the mastic is layered for better bonding with water.

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    How to make minion figurines from mastic.

    First, we prepare blanks – we form ellipsoids from yellow mastic.
    Special soft mats for drying made of parallels and having indentations and bulges are very convenient to use. I placed my future minions on just such a mat and therefore do not worry at all about their lower part, it does not deform from pressure. If you do not have such a mat, then you can dry the figures in a container with powdered sugar.

    Mouths for minions can be made in different ways. A more difficult option is an open mouth with teeth. To do this, you need to carefully cut through the contours of the mouth with a sharp knife, remove excess mastic, smooth the inner surface.

    Then we cut out a piece of a suitable size from a pink (or red) piece of matics, moisten the inner surface of the mouth and glue the pink (red) piece, carefully level everything.

    For the teeth we need a white oblong piece. We glue (I glue everything to water) it to the upper inner edge of the mouth and cut it in half with a knife and cut each of the resulting parts in half again, thereby making 4 teeth.

    If the opening for the mouth is wide, then the lower teeth can be added.

    Or you can make simpler mouths.

    Now the eyes. Minions either have two eyes, or one larger. For the eyes, I have adapted the plungers of a klungy shape, they are just in a set of 3 sizes. We cut out the part with a larger plunger (the mastic is not rolled out thinly, about 4 mm thick) and from this part we cut out the middle with a smaller plunger.

    Cut out a round piece from white mastic to the size of the inner circle of the gray piece. We glue the white part to the minion, and on top of the gray part. You can add semicircles – eyelids to the eyes from yellow mastic.

    Now the jumpsuit. The easiest way is to roll out the blue mastic, cut out a strip 2-3 cm wide (depending on the size of your figure) and glue this strip at the bottom of the figure.

    Then we cut out a circle from the blue mastic (I have a diameter of 2 cm, you cut it out depending on the size of your figure), cut it in half and glue each of the halves on the sides of the figure, combining it with the strip glued earlier.

    We make straps for overalls from narrow blue stripes.
    Add a small pocket to the jumpsuit and black sayings. Add a strip of black mastic to the head. Before our eyes, paint the gray part with a silver dye.

    I attached my legs and arms to the figures on the cake itself. For the legs, we roll out a flagellum from blue mastic, cut it obliquely in half and attach it to the figure with the cut ends. We make shoes from black mastic.

    We mold handles from yellow and black mastic. We add hairstyles from rare black hairs. The minions are ready.

    And from another cake.

      Minions are very popular characters today. Everyone, regardless of age, is fond of them, so a cake decorated in the style of a minion will suit both a children’s party and an adult party.

      To decorate the cake, you can mold figurines of minions from mastic, or you can make the whole cake in the form of one big minion.The photo shows the sculpting process step by step. The eyes are drawn with food markers.

      Here’s how to make a sponge mignon cake with buttercream decoration.

      Variants of a cake with mastic decor.

      There are all sorts of ways to make a cake in the form of a Minion cartoon character. It can be an original large cake in 3 d format, or a cake in one plane, you can also make cakes and cake pops for a change.

      Such an unusual cake will go for preparation for a children’s birthday and will delight the little heroes of the holiday for the celebration!

      The cake turns out to be funny and funny, like the character in the form of which it is made.

      One of the first moments is the ability to sculpt from mastic. If it turns out to sculpt a minion from mastic, then you can make a cake with a mastic minion, or decorated with mastic in the form of a Minion. This hero has an oval body and a face, arms and legs. Made mainly in two colors: yellow and blue mastic. Various elements are made of mastic of a different color, if the Minion is wearing something on his head, or is holding it in his hands. Also, a little black mastic is needed for the eyes, also white.

      Below are ideas and visual master classes on how to make and decorate a cake
      as Minion character
      :

      Master class
      below in the examples, as well as at the referenced link. There are also ways to make a Minion cake in recipes and on video:

      Let’s see how else to make cakes in the form of a Minion.

      This is perhaps one of the simplest options:

      Original cake pops:

      Muffins and cupcakes Minions separately

      glasses separately

      glasses Minion:

      More cakes in the form of Minion:

      Also cake-Minion
      in other images and in the form of other fairy-tale characters: Spider-Man, Ninja and others.

      This cake with a minion is like a gravity cake, inside is a frame:

      Spider-shaped minion:

    The base of the cake is a delicate and airy biscuit. Oil cream is used to soak the cakes and decorate.

    Preparation:

    1. Carefully separate the whites from the yolks and beat separately until fluffy.
    2. Divide 150 g of sugar in two, adding one to the whites and the other to the yolks. Beat until the sugar grains are completely dissolved.
    3. Add some proteins to the yolks and mix them easily. Add flour.
    4. Add the rest of the protein mass and mix with gentle movements.
    5. Grease a baking sheet with oil and sprinkle with a little flour.
    6. Pour the dough into a mold. When choosing a shape, it must be borne in mind that the biscuit can rise a lot.
    7. Bake for 30 minutes at 180 ° C without opening the oven door.

    Remove the finished cake from the mold and use a stencil to give it a beautiful oval shape.

    Making the Mignon cake cream

    Most of the time is spent on decorating the cake with cream.

    Preparation:

    1. Combine sugar and water. Warm up until the sugar grains are completely dissolved.
    2. Beat 3 egg yolks. Introduce syrup into the yolk mass, constantly whisking the mixture with a mixer until it becomes fluffy.
    3. Soften the butter and combine with the resulting fluffy mass. Beat until the mass acquires the consistency of a cream.
    4. Divide the weight in half. Tint one part with yellow dye. You need to calculate the quantity yourself, depending on what color you want to get.
    5. Lubricate the trunk with yellow cream and refrigerate for 30 minutes.
    6. Remove the workpiece and apply a second layer, gently leveling it with a special spatula or ruler.
    7. Touch up part of the rest of the mass with blue and form a jumpsuit.
    8. Melt the chocolate, draw it into a pastry syringe and trace the outline of the clothing.
    9. Make an eye with white cream topped biscuits. You can use a round chocolate candy instead of the pupil.
    10. Cut a large ring out of the toffee, which will act as glasses. Coat the ring with syrup and roll in coconut or at least sugar.
    11. Draw the rope for the glasses and the mouth with chocolate. Squeeze the shelves of chocolate onto a board covered with foil. Place in the refrigerator to freeze the strips. Then insert them instead of the hairs.
    12. Rivet the jumpsuit out of the round candies.

    Cool Mignon cake with cream and serve.

    The basis for the cake can be made differently, keeping only the principle of decoration and decoration.

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    We use only natural ingredients in our work:

    • cream;
    • milk;
    • butter;
    • selected nuts and dried fruits;
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    • ecological food coloring, etc.

    The filling should be chosen based on the child’s taste. As a filling, we are pleased to offer a surprisingly light mousse made from natural yogurt, a delicate filling based on tiramisu, chocolate with nuts and prunes, biscuit with coconut and many other fillings made from products of impeccable quality. The creations of our pastry chefs are the embodiment of the best culinary traditions in the world!

    On our website you can choose and order a cake in the form of a minion of any size. At your request, we can combine several fillings in different tiers of delicacies.Airy, tender cakes that melt in your mouth are complemented by weightless layers of incredibly tasty cream, dried fruits, nuts and candied fruits, bringing real joy to the hero of the occasion and his guests.

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    Cake in the form of a minion photo

    Step-by-step recipe for cake Minion

    Author:
    August 14, 2015 14:39

    After watching the cartoon “Despicable Me”, minions fell in love not only with children, but also adults! Make your little ones and loved ones happy, prepare this cake in the shape of a minion for them.

    1. Bake a rectangular sponge cake, place it on parchment and let it cool

    2. Cut an oval

    3. Add yellow food coloring to the finished cream (leave some of the cream for the blue dye)

    4. Cover the cake with a thin layer of cream, refrigerate for half an hour

    5. Remove the cake from the refrigerator and cover with a layer of cream again, set to cool for another 15 minutes

    6. Draw a line 10 cm above the bottom edge of the cake

    7.Dye the remainder of the cream with blue food coloring

    8. Cover the minion’s lower torso with blue cream.

    9. Create a line with gummy lace, refrigerate for 30-45 minutes

    10. To make a minion’s eye for the cake, use a chocolate chip cookie and apply a large layer of white cream.

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    Cake in the form of a Minion

    If you decide to organize a children’s party or a party for adults in the style of Minions, then take care of having a dessert.

    Of course, the cake or cakes on your party can be very different, but the most impressive cakes in the style of Minions will look. A cake in the shape of a Mignon will surely delight little guests and will be remembered for a long time even by adults attending the holiday.

    Browse our selection of Minions themed cakes to find the best ideas for your party. Here you can find both a cake in the form of a Minion for adults, and a children’s cake Minion (“Despicable Me”).

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    How to make a minion cake? How to decorate a Mignon cake, MK?

    There are all sorts of ways to make a Minion cartoon cake. It can be an original large cake in 3 d format, or a cake in one plane, you can also make cakes and cake pops for a change.

    Such an unusual cake will go for preparation for a children’s birthday and will delight the little heroes of the holiday for the celebration!

    The cake turns out to be funny and funny, like the character in the form of which it is made.

    One of the first moments is the ability to sculpt from mastic. If it turns out to sculpt a minion from mastic, then you can make a cake with a mastic minion, or decorated with mastic in the form of a Minion. This hero has an oval body and a face, arms and legs. Made mainly in two colors: yellow and blue mastic. Various elements are made of mastic of a different color, if the Minion is wearing something on his head, or is holding it in his hands. Also, a little black mastic is needed for the eyes, also white.

    Below are ideas and visual master classes on how you can make and decorate cake in the form of a character Minion :

    Master class below in examples, as well as at the specified link. There are also ways to make a Minion cake in recipes and on video:

    Let’s see how else to make cakes in the form of a Minion.

    This is perhaps one of the simplest options:

    Original biscuit cakes cake pops:

    Muffins and cupcakes Minions:

    We make separately glasses for the Minion:

    More cakes in the form of a Minion:

    Also cake-Minion in other images and in the form of other fairy-tale characters -Spider, Ninja and others.

    This minion cake is like a gravity cake, with a frame inside:

    Spider-like minion:

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    Cake “Mignon” recipe for making a cake in the form of a mastic mastic step by step on Webspoon.ru

    Cooking a mignon cake with mastic

    Recently my daughter had a birthday. It was decided to make a cake on the theme of the cartoon about minions for a long time. I have already drawn the design of the cake. But a week before the holiday, the daughter decided that she wanted a pirate party.

    The cake in the form of a classic minion somehow did not really fit into the theme of the holiday. Therefore, I decided to transform it a little and make it a pirate. For this, I attached a mustache to the minion and put a bandana on his head. And also added a treasure chest.

    The cake was covered with sugar mastic. The coating mechanism itself is slightly different, but not complicated. The composition of the cake itself is also not complicated. I used the cakes for the Milk Girl cake, slightly changing them to suit my taste.

    How to cook “Mignon Cake” step by step with a photo at home

    Step 1 Reference

    For the cakes we need condensed milk, flour, eggs, natural yogurt (I have homemade) and baking powder.

    Step 2 Ref.

    Beat eggs with a whisk or mixer.

    Step 3 Ref.

    Add the condensed milk and yoghurt and stir.

    Step 4 Ref.

    Sift the flour with baking powder and add to the liquid ingredients. We mix everything. The consistency should be like low-fat sour cream.

    Step 5 Ref.

    Draw two circles with a diameter of 16 cm on the parchment. To prevent the pencil from getting printed on the test, turn the parchment over.Pour out 1.5 tablespoons of dough and smooth. We repeat with the second circle. We bake for 5 minutes at 180 °.

    Step 6 Ref.

    In total, we bake 6 wide cakes and 2 cakes of a slightly smaller diameter.

    Step 7 Ref.

    Cut the edges of the cakes. They will be useful to us for making crumbs.

    Step 8 Ref.

    For cream, impregnation and biscuit crumbs, we need: cream, icing sugar, cherries (I have frozen), sugar, condensed milk and butter.

    Step 9 Ref.

    Boil the cherries. If frozen, then you can not first defrost it. We put the cherries in a ladle, add sugar and put on fire. Bring to a boil and boil for another 3 minutes. Let cool completely.

    Step 10 Ref.

    When the cherry and syrup have cooled completely, you can make a cream. To do this, beat the cream with powdered sugar.

    Step 11 Ref.

    Putting the cake together. Saturate the bottom cake with syrup and sandwich with cream.Add cherries.

    Step 12 Ref.

    Repeat this with all the cakes. We put the cake on impregnation for six hours. Since the cake is under mastic, after impregnation it will be easier to cover and decorate with sugar paste.

    Step 13 Ref.

    Before the cake is covered with mastic, it must be smoothed with cream so that the mastic is free of wrinkles and irregularities. For this I used the crumb left over from the cakes. It must be chopped in the bowl of a blender or food processor.

    Step 14 Ref.

    Beat the soft butter, then add the condensed milk and beat again.

    Step 15 Ref.

    Add the crumb to the cream and mix.

    Step 16 Ref.

    With the finished mass, cover the cake on all sides and send it to the refrigerator. There he must stand for at least two hours.

    Step 17 Ref.

    Once the cream has set, you can flatten the cake. Dip the metal confectionery spatula into boiling water and hot pass it on all sides of the cake so that the surface of the cake becomes smooth.

    Step 18 Ref.

    Now we will decorate the cake, for this we use various tools, as well as mastic and food colors.

    Step 19 Ref.

    Two days before my birthday, I made a treasure chest. To do this, I added brown dye to the light brown mastic with a toothpick. Then she rolled the mastic into a tube and bent it in half. Then she repeated the folding manipulation again. After the third or fourth time, a pattern appears on the mastic.The main thing here is not to overdo it so that the pattern does not blur.

    Step 20 Ref.

    Roll the patterned mastic into strips and cut out the walls and bottom of the future chest, as well as the sides of the lid. Part of the mastic must be left for the lid. You can use a stencil to make the dimensions more accurate. On each detail we draw planks, as well as along the line of the strip pattern, so that it looks realistic. Leave the parts to dry for at least 2 hours.

    Step 21 Ref.

    We collect our chest.I use a special pastry glue for gluing the sides. Roll out the lid from the left part of the mastic and cut it out to fit the chest. We glue it to the sides and also leave it to dry. To prevent the lid from sagging during drying, something solid must be placed under it. I usually cut a piece of polystyrene foam and wrap it with cling film.

    Step 22 Ref.

    Decorate the side joints with black mastic. And then we glue the lid. To make it more securely attached, I made additional loops at the back.The result is such a chest.

    Step 23 Ref.

    Now we wrap the cake. We do this in two steps. First, we tighten the top of the head, and then the sides. Roll out a layer of mastic with a thickness of 2 mm of a suitable diameter. Cover the cake with mastic and level it with an iron.

    Step 24 Ref.

    Now close the sides. To do this, we roll out the mastic into a layer, in height and diameter of a size suitable for the cake. We close the sides, cutting off all unnecessary. I use scissors for this.I made a docking seam on the side, so that later I could close it with a handle. With an iron we go over all surfaces of the cake, leveling it. The junction of the sides and top of the head will be closed, so it’s okay if it is a little uneven.

    Step 25 Ref.

    We sculpt the rest of the details from the mastic: an eye, a pirate bandage, mustache, pens, buttons and an emblem.

    Step 26 Ref.

    We glue the eye and the bandage.

    Step 27 Ref.

    Dress the minion in a denim overalls, add an emblem, and glue the handles.To simulate the stitches, use a toothpick to make small holes in the jumpsuit. We glue the buttons.

    Step 28 Ref.

    Cover our minion’s head with a bandana. Ideally, a pirate should have it black, but I don’t really like black, so I decided to make the bandana light green. Add the chest, not forgetting to fill it with “treasures” from M & M’s.

    Step 29 Reference

    Add a congratulatory inscription. Our Mignon cake is ready.

    Step 30 Ref.

    And this is how our pirate looks from behind.

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    Cake “Minion” – a step-by-step recipe with photo

    The cake is decorated with multi-colored cream in the shape of a Mignon.Any child who loves this character will like this delicacy.

    Now you can buy everything you need to make the Mignon cake. I show you how to make a dessert at home.

    • SKINS:
    • Eggs 6 pcs.
    • Sugar 200 g
    • Flour 200 g
    • Salt
    • CREAM:
    • Curd cheese 800 g
    • Cream 35% 200 ml.
    • Powdered sugar 140 g
    • Dyes (white, blue, yellow, brown, black)
    • Cooking biscuits.Beat eggs with sugar for strictly 10 minutes. After that, add flour to them and mix well with a silicone spatula, or with a mixer at minimum speed. Next, divide the dough into two parts. One in a round shape, the other in a square shape.

    • Bake biscuits at 180 degrees for 40 minutes. Do not open the oven for the first 30 minutes. After the time has elapsed, we check for readiness with a wooden stick.

    • Now cream. Whisk the cream with powdered sugar for 2 minutes. Then add the curd cheese and mix well.

    • Putting together the Minion cake. Top the biscuits with yellow colored cream.

    • Next, distribute the cream into plates and by quantity. We paint with dyes. We decorate the cake. You can use a special nozzle, you can spread the cream with a spoon or a spatula. Bon Appetit!

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    Cake in the form of a Mignon made of cream

    The cake “Mignon” turns out to be bright and effective.The image of the character on the biscuit cake is best done with cream.

    Mignon-shaped cake

    The base of the cake is a delicate and airy sponge cake. Oil cream is used to soak the cakes and decorate.

    Preparation:

    1. Carefully separate the whites from the yolks and beat separately until fluffy.
    2. Divide 150 g of sugar in two, adding one to the whites and the other to the yolks. Beat until the sugar grains are completely dissolved.
    3. Add some proteins to the yolks and mix them easily. Add flour.
    4. Add the rest of the protein mass and mix with gentle movements.
    5. Grease a baking sheet with oil and sprinkle with a little flour.
    6. Pour the dough into a mold. When choosing a shape, it must be borne in mind that the biscuit can rise a lot.
    7. Bake for 30 minutes at 180 ° C without opening the oven door.

    Remove the finished cake from the mold and use a stencil to give it a beautiful oval shape.

    Making the Mignon cake cream

    The most time is spent decorating the cake with cream.

    Preparation:

    1. Combine sugar and water. Warm up until the sugar grains are completely dissolved.
    2. Beat 3 egg yolks. Introduce syrup into the yolk mass, constantly whisking the mixture with a mixer until it becomes fluffy.
    3. Soften the butter and combine with the resulting fluffy mass. Beat until the mass acquires the consistency of a cream.
    4. Divide the weight in half. Tint one part with yellow dye. You need to calculate the quantity yourself, depending on what color you want to get.
    5. Lubricate the trunk with yellow cream and refrigerate for 30 minutes.
    6. Remove the workpiece and apply a second layer, gently leveling it with a special spatula or ruler.
    7. Touch up part of the rest of the mass with blue and form a jumpsuit.
    8. Melt the chocolate, draw it into a pastry syringe and trace the outline of the clothing.
    9. Make an eye with white cream topped biscuits. You can use a round chocolate candy instead of the pupil.
    10. Cut a large ring out of the toffee, which will act as glasses. Coat the ring with syrup and roll in coconut or at least sugar.
    11. Draw the rope for the glasses and the mouth with chocolate. Squeeze the shelves of chocolate onto a board covered with foil. Place in the refrigerator to freeze the strips. Then insert them instead of the hairs.
    12. Rivet the jumpsuit out of the round candies.

    Cool Mignon cake with cream and serve.

    The basis for the cake can be made differently, keeping only the principle of decoration and decoration.

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    Mignon cake 🍰 according to a simple step-by-step recipe with a photo

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    How to cook Mignon cake: a classic recipe with step-by-step photos and a detailed video master class. Helpful advice on preparation and decoration.

    4 hours 30 minutes – 5 hours

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    In the proposed article, the technology for making the Mignon cake is available to everyone step by step.Having carefully studied the described recipe, you will quickly understand how to knead a perfectly balanced dough and bake a delicate and airy sponge cake from it. You will also learn how to make an amazingly delicious cream from condensed milk and learn how to form a cake with a fruit layer. Among other things, you will master a simple technique for creating multi-colored mastic and simple ways to decorate a product with its help.

    Kitchen appliances and utensils: oven, kitchen scales and other measuring utensils, several bowls of different depths and sizes, mixer, hand blender, whisk, saucepan, baking sheet, baking paper, refrigerator.

    Ingredients

    fresh or frozen 100 g

    freshly squeezed

    premium wheat flour 260 g
    chicken egg 10 pcs.
    granulated sugar 300 g
    vanilla sugar 20 g
    baking powder 20 g
    poppy seeds 20 g
    boiled condensed milk 2 cans
    butter 280 g
    chewing marshmallow (marshmallow) 100 g
    icing sugar 400 g
    ground turmeric optional
    cocoa powder optional
    ripe banana 3 pcs.
    juicy kiwi 4 pcs.
    chocolate 200 g
    table salt 2 pinches

    Step-by-step cooking

    Prepare the cakes
    1. Into a deep bowl 10 add salt to knead 2 eggs at room temperature …
    2. Beat the components with a mixer at a high speed of the device until a uniform consistency is obtained and an increase of 2.5-3 times.
    3. Pour 300 g of granulated sugar and 20 g of vanilla sugar into the resulting mass.
    4. We continue to beat the mass at high speed, trying to dissolve the grains of sweet components as much as possible.
    5. Sift 260 g of premium wheat flour into a separate bowl, then mix it with 20 g of baking powder for dough.
    6. Mix the resulting flour mixture in 2-3 doses into the egg mixture.
    7. As soon as the dough acquires a homogeneous consistency and begins to resemble thick fat sour cream, add 20 g of poppy seeds and 100 g of any berry to it.
    8. Pour the finished dough onto a baking sheet lined with oiled baking paper.
    9. Distribute the dough evenly over the entire baking sheet, then send it to the hot oven.
    10. Bake the cake at a temperature of 160-170 ° C for half an hour. Remove the finished biscuit from the oven and leave to cool to room temperature.
    11. Divide the cooled cake in half, and then cut each half horizontally into two equal parts.The result is four rectangular blanks.
    Prepare the cream
    1. Put two cans of boiled condensed milk and 200 g of softened butter in a high container.
    2. Grind both ingredients using an immersion blender or any other device until a homogeneous consistency is obtained.
    3. Peel 3 ripe bananas and 4 juicy kiwis, then cut the fruit into thin slices.
    Putting the cake together
    1. Put the first piece on a wooden cutting board or other rectangular flat surface.
    2. Grease the cake generously with the prepared cream.
    3. Put thinly sliced ​​kiwi rings on top of the cream.
    4. Separately grease the second cake with cream, and then spread it on the kiwi with the greased side.
    5. Grease the upper part of the second cake layer generously with cream, and then spread thin banana rings.
    6. We do the same with the third cake: grease with cream, spread the cream down on top of the bananas, cover the top with cream and spread the fruit.
    7. Put the last cake layer with the greased side on the fruit and lightly press the formed structure. We send the cake to the refrigerator to soak for about 3-4 hours.
    Prepare the fondant
    1. Put 200 g of chocolate into an iron or glass bowl, breaking it into small pieces. We send the chocolate to a water bath, where we melt it to a liquid state.
    2. After turning off the stove and without removing the bowl of chocolate from the water bath, add 50 g of butter.
    3. We mix the ingredients until the oil is completely dissolved and a uniform consistency is obtained.
    4. Allow the fondant to cool slightly and then brush the whole cake with it. We return the product to the refrigerator.
    Prepare the mastic
    1. Put 100 g of chewing marshmallow in a clean and dry bowl.
    2. We also send there 30 g of soft butter, 20 ml of freshly squeezed lemon juice. We place the bowl with the ingredients in a water bath.
    3. As soon as the marshmallow melts and the mass acquires a uniform consistency, immediately remove the mastic from the bath.
    4. Add 400 g of icing sugar to the same place and knead a homogeneous mastic.
    5. Divide the prepared mass into three parts. Add a small amount of turmeric to one part to color the mastic yellow, to the other – cocoa to give the mixture a beautiful brown tint, and leave the third unchanged.
    Final step
    1. Using a rolling pin, roll out all three types of mastic into a layer of the required size.
    2. We transfer the layers of mastic to the cake, where we press them tightly to the product, cutting off the excess edges with a knife or scissors.
    3. We decorate the delicacy at our discretion. In order to attach mastic parts to mastic, it is enough to slightly moisten them with water. Return the finished cake to the refrigerator for final solidification.

    Video recipe

    This video shows in detail how you can make a Mignon cake and how to decorate it with colorful mastic.

    Mignon cake made according to the recipe presented will be very appropriate on the festive table of any children’s event. He has a very attractive and appetizing look that brings a smile and a lot of fun conversations in kids. Bon Appetit!

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    “Minion” cake how to cook? Can I have a recipe with a step-by-step description and a video?

    Super – mega – a selection of original and interesting options for making cakes “Mignon”.

    At the end of each school year, there are always many children’s holidays, both in kindergartens and schools – matinees, graduation parties.

    For our children, you can prepare original treats in the form of cartoon characters. One of these cakes can be baked and decorated as the characters of the cartoon “Despicable Me” – Minions.

    Here I offer several variations of Mignon sweet desserts and step-by-step recipes with pictures.

    Turn on your imagination! You can come up with many different options for treats.

    Take the usual biscuit dough as a basis, and you can mold Minions from marzipan , chocolate, sweet mastic, paint with cream. … … etc.

    It is not at all difficult to bake baskets of shortcrust pastry , fill them with cream and put in each Minions, bake them separately in the form of oval cookies from the same shortcrust pastry and paint eyes, glasses and a mouth with cream!

    Or bake a huge sponge cake for everyone!

    Then you need to cut out an oval (as in the picture) and grease it with yellow cream, and where the pants should be – the cream should be painted blue or blue with confectionery paints.

    Mignon’s eye can be made from marshmallow or protein cream, the pupil from chocolate candy, glasses and hairs can be drawn with a confectionery syringe from melted chocolate or mastic.

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    Next, I want to tell you in detail about this version of the “Minion” cake –

    You need to bake a lot of cakes and lay them on top of each other, greasing them with cream, as in the next picture (but you can buy and take ready-made cakes as a basis) … You should make a tall biscuit topper! Carefully cut the topmost cakes with a knife to form an oval “head” of the Minion!

    You can make a sponge cake in the shape of a Mignon with sweet mastic.

    Recipe:

    1 teaspoon – gelatin

    8, 9 teaspoons – water

    5 drops – lemon juice

    250, 300 gr – sifted powdered sugar

    flavoring (on the tip of a knife) – vanilla (almond, fruit)

    food coloring

    • Pour gelatin with cold water, stir and leave to swell for half an hour / hour, stirring occasionally so as not to stick together.
    • Place in a “water bath” and melt the gelatin until smooth.
    • Add flavor and lemon juice.
    • Pour the icing sugar into a clean bowl and pour over the hot gelatinous mass.
    • Stir and add enough caster sugar to make a tough dough like for dumplings.
    • Knead the mastic already on the table (like dough). At first the mastic is lumpy, continue to add the icing sugar and knead.
    • Warm mastic is softer than already cooled, so do not add powdered sugar, keep in mind that it will harden when it hardens! The mastic should be homogeneous, smooth, not sticky to the hands, the lump of mastic will take any shape and hold it, so the mastic is ready.
    • This mastic is white in color, but it can be colored with food paints, when you dissolve the gelatin add the desired color.
    • If you need mastic right now, then put it in a plastic bag and let it rest for a couple of hours at room temperature. After that, start decorating the cake.
    • If mastic is not needed today, wrap it tightly in a plastic bag and put it in the refrigerator. It will become hard. Before use, the mastic will need to be put in the microwave for 10, 15 seconds.

    • Any figurines, flowers and decorations for cakes can be sculpted from such sweet mastic. The consistency of the mastic should be like plasticine.

    • Roll the mastic into a plate, cut with a knife to the desired size and wrap the Mignon cake as shown.

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    Cake in the form of a minion with your own hands recipe

    Recently, minions – characters from the “Despicable Me” cartoons and minimults exclusively about their beloved ones, have gained immense popularity.They are firmly embedded in modern culture, in many of its manifestations. Even cakes in the form of minions appeared. We will now introduce you to one such option.

    This minion cake is perfect for a child’s birthday or any other children’s party. Kids just love minions!

    You will get such a handsome man.

    We will not dwell on a specific recipe. The post provides an option for decorating and decorating a cake, but the technology for baking dough and making creams remains standard.

    First, bake the cake – this is the base of the cake in the form of a mignon. Any cake in general. We cut out an oval from it, so that it resembles the body shape of our cartoon character. We look at the picture.

    Smear the cake with colored food coloring, yellow cream. Lubricate carefully and carefully. We will get an almost finished body of the minion cake.

    Draw a small strip below and grease it over the yellow with a blue cream. This is a jumpsuit.

    We make an eye.The base will be double chocolate chip cookies with filling.

    Lubricate it with white cream. We take just such a pyramidal candy and cut off a piece of it in the shape of a “round”, a coin. This will be the pupil. Place the chocolate pupil on the half of the cookie.

    Let’s start making another important attribute – glasses. The minion-shaped cake can’t do without their special glasses.

    Let’s take some fudge chocolates. We look at the picture.We make a hoop out of them, pasting over some jar. Its size should be slightly larger than the liver-eye.

    Sprinkle the hoop with silver shavings.

    Put the liver-eye on the torso-cake, and set the hoop. It turns out very nice.

    Now, with the help of chocolate cream, draw the harness from the glasses and that’s it.

    A little effort and we will get such a beautiful cake for a children’s party in the shape of a minion, a beloved cartoon character.

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    90,000 minions Cake in the shape of a minion

      Minions are very popular characters today. Everyone, regardless of age, is fond of them, so a cake decorated in the style of a minion will suit both a children’s party and an adult party.

      To decorate the cake, you can mold figurines of minions from mastic, or you can make the whole cake in the form of one big minion. The photo shows the sculpting process step by step.The eyes are drawn with food markers.

      Here’s how to make a sponge mignon cake with buttercream decoration.

      Variants of a cake with mastic decor.

      There are all sorts of ways to make a cake in the form of a Minion cartoon character. It can be an original large cake in 3 d format, or a cake in one plane, you can also make cakes and cake pops for a change.

      Such an unusual cake will go for preparation for a children’s birthday and will delight the little heroes of the holiday for the celebration!

      The cake turns out to be funny and funny, like the character in the form of which it is made.

      One of the first moments is the ability to sculpt from mastic. If it turns out to sculpt a minion from mastic, then you can make a cake with a mastic minion, or decorated with mastic in the form of a Minion. This hero has an oval body and a face, arms and legs. Made mainly in two colors: yellow and blue mastic. Various elements are made of mastic of a different color, if the Minion is wearing something on his head, or is holding it in his hands. Also, a little black mastic is needed for the eyes, also white.

      Below are ideas and visual master classes on how to make and decorate a cake
      as Minion character
      :

      Master class
      below in the examples, as well as at the referenced link. There are also ways to make a Minion cake in recipes and on video:

      Let’s see how else to make cakes in the form of a Minion.

      This is perhaps one of the simplest options:

      Original cake pops:

      Muffins and cupcakes Minions separately

      glasses separately

      glasses Minion:

      More cakes in the form of Minion:

      Also cake-Minion
      in other images and in the form of other fairy-tale characters: Spider-Man, Ninja and others.

      This minion cake is like a gravity cake, with a frame inside:

      Spider Minion:

    A minion-style birthday promises to be incredibly bright and fun – all children adore the villain’s minions.

    Make sure to send your guests birthday invitations featuring a funny minion.

    Before starting the game, put all the auxiliary materials in the mail box. You will pull them out as needed, moving from task to task according to the script.

    The game begins with words …

    Who wants to become Mr. Grew’s minion – a minion? Ugly I called us into the hordes of my yellow assistants and sent this package here. You show the child the box, look at it together, but do not let it be completely gutted, after reading the script to the end, you will understand why.

    The mail box contains eyeglasses, caps, yellow T-shirts (you can do without them). The kids take them apart and put them on.

    Caps with the image of minions look nice.

    If you have yellow T-shirts, you can attach such minions on them.

    Of course our human names are not suitable for minions. Let’s pick new ones!

    Remove from the box a bag of pieces of paper with the names of the minions written on them: Kevin, Stewart, Bob, Dave, Phil, George, Karl. You can make name tags and attach them to clothes.

    To understand Mr. Grew’s other minions, we need to learn the language of the minions.

    Print out a short minion dictionary and enclose it in the package.

    MINION SPEAKER

    Bello! (from the Italian “Great!”) – Hello!
    Puppai! – Bye!
    Mi Won Banana! (garbled English “I want a banana”) – I’m hungry!
    Bananonin! – Ugly.
    Bi doo bi doo bi doo! – Fire.
    Tank yu! (garbled English Thank You) – Thank you!
    Para tu (from Spanish) – For you.
    By ka? – What?
    For that, then a couple of that – This is your potato.
    Tulalito Ti Amo! – I love you!
    Tatata Bala Tu! – I hate you!
    Ti amo pupai! – We are parting.
    I will find! – Well done.
    Gelato (from Italian) – Ice cream.
    Kanpai (from Japanese) – Hello!
    Bye that wont babay? – What toy should I give you?
    Bye bananonine baba! – What an ugly toy!
    Muak – Kiss.
    Stupa! Mortar! – Stop, stop!
    ana, dul, sae (from Korean) – One, two, three.
    Pwede na (from Filipino) – Well, shall we start?
    Bow at tu – Look at him.

    Let’s continue.

    Have you learned? Now let’s shout three times in the language of the minions: “Happy birthday!”

    Oh! Here’s another message! Awful news came from Gru’s lab!

    “The villain El Macho has stolen all our minions. He is going to use them in his cunning plans and experiments. Make new minions and go to our aid in the dungeon to the nasty waterfall!”

    Distribute to the children the blanks from the minion craft parcel.

    You can simply print out the minion coloring pages and give the kids felt-tip pens to decorate. help you.

    You can give out cut-out blanks of yellow bodies, sticks of legs and pens, black boots, blue pants, a printed eyelet, and glue so that the children themselves make minion crafts.

    When the minions are done, let’s continue.

    I wonder where there might be an ugly underground waterfall?

    We had this area behind the house, where there was a sewer hatch.It was not difficult to guess.

    This is the tunnel to El Macho’s secret lair. They found us! They’re shooting at us with adhesive!

    Here is a technical digression. Not far from the sewer hatch, we placed in a row minion-bottles similar to pins. The easiest way to make them is to print the blanks and wrap the bottles. You can paint the spray bottles and paint the eyes and mouth with acrylic paints, but this does not come out very budgetary.

    When you speak at us they shoot, show who – with your hand at the minions.

    The adhesive liquid that minions use to pretend to shoot at children has the property of sticking people together. Name the part of the body, and now on the count of three, glue to the neighbor with this part. To unstick again, shout in the language of minions “Happy birthday!”

    Stepping on the nasty minions!

    Give the children a ball and have them hit the minion pins.

    After winning, ask:

    In one bottle you need to put a tip in a waterproof sealed container.Hint: “Run to the plum tree!” In the garden, a maze-shaped rope was stretched between the plums. Wind the rope in different directions, up and down, rewind it so that it is difficult to climb. Whoever touches the rope starts over.

    This is a laser labyrinth! You need to go to the other side so that the lasers don’t cut you to pieces, don’t touch them!

    After going through the maze, the children find themselves near the table on which there are 5 disposable cups with the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.To prevent them from toppling over from the wind, put a stone on the bottom. In 4 glasses there are 4 tablespoons of flour, and in the 1st – 2 tablespoons of soda. Nearby is a bottle of vinegar and a spoon.

    Oh no! Test again! We must figure it out!

    Children add vinegar to glasses.

    Which glass was sizzling? So you need to look for the number four.

    Children begin to look around in search of. Various envelopes hang on the bushes. The children check them all and find a clue in an envelope with the number 4: “The Sphinx lives in a dark basement.He loves green and purple balloons. Help him draw them and he will reveal the secret. “

    Children run to the basement (cellar). Near the closed door, on which you can make a sign “The Sphinx lives here. Please do not disturb”, put yellow, blue, red gouache paints and paint balloons. Children have to guess how to mix the colors correctly so that green and purple come out. Red + blue = purple. Yellow + blue = green.

    Having colored the balls correctly, you need to slip the sheet under the cellar door.And a piece of paper with a hint should stick out from there. Ask an adult to sit in the cellar for this purpose. Be sure to close the door so that curious people do not look in.

    Hint: “There is a cipher on the island of stones.” We have a lot of stones on the alpine slide. On the lawn next to her, we scattered stones in a circle. A rebus was written on one stone.

    Children resort to an alpine slide.

    This is the island of stones. Do you see the stones scattered under my feet? One of them has the code, but it won’t be easy to build them.

    You are standing in a clearing between stones. In your hands, hold a ball in a bag tied to a rope. As soon as the children go to lift the stones, you begin to rotate the bag above the ground so that the children cannot get close to the stones. Choose a ball that is not too heavy so that the game goes without injuries.

    After finding the stone and solving the puzzle, the children go to study the pillows in the house and find a clue on the sofa.

    Having solved the puzzle (gate), the children run to the gate. Sheets of paper are stuck to the gate on scotch tape, one of them has a frog on it.We have a lot of garden figurines and one of them is a frog, under which a hint is hidden, but more on that later. You block the path to the gate with a stick with the words:

    Oh no! The firmament is sinking! We cannot search for a clue! The ceiling must be stopped.

    Limbo play begins.

    To prepare for this entertainment, you will need fiery music, good mood, and a rope stretched between two trees. The rope can be replaced by a long stick decorated with ribbons, which is held by two people on both sides.Game rules: you must pass under the rope (stick) and not fall. After each pass, the rope is lowered 10 cm.

    Having passed under the stick several times, the children find a drawing of a frog on the gate.

    Let’s think about where the frog can live.

    Near the flowerbed with a frog there is a table with slingshots, pistols or darts from darts, depending on what you have and how safe it is for an active child’s play. And a few meters away is a board with minion balloons.Inflate 10-15 pieces of purple balloons and draw eyes and mouths with a marker.

    We are facing a tough battle! We will shoot them like snipers from afar.

    Children shoot at balloons, and they burst.

    We must interrogate the survivors and find out where El Macho hid.

    On one ball you need to write in advance with a pen: “He is sitting in a bunker on an apple tree.”

    Children run to a large spreading apple tree on which a piñata in the form of a crazy purple minion is suspended.

    Pinata purple crazy minion

    These are the eyes and mouths for the crazy piñata minion. Print it out and glue it on top of a papier-mâché piñata wrapped in kraft paper.

    Pinata is always a safe bet. kids love this fun!

    You say:

    He fires a blinding blaster!

    A bandage should be put on the child’s eyes. The rules of whipping look like this: the first lucky guy is selected from the crowd of guests by counting, then everyone line up in a row along the same counting, he is blindfolded and given a bat in his hands.They are placed in front of the piñata and untwisted. And they scatter to the sides, because in the next movement he must hit the piñata, hit it and break it. If it did not work out the first time, it is promoted the second time. And so – as many attempts as you want to give to one participant. This is usually three attempts. If all attempts fail, then the blindfold and the bat are passed on to the next lucky one, and everything is repeated anew. It is important to follow the safety rules. You cannot stand near the piñata when it is hit.It is most convenient to break a piñata with a small stick or bat.

    When the children break the piñata, it will rain like candy and the children will start collecting sweets. It will take some time.

    Hurray! We have defeated the leader!

    After eating sweets, you can invite the children to arrange a photo session for memory, measure the height of the birthday person in bananas, draw or sign a memory card for the birthday person.

    Minions style birthday table decoration

    Try to choose a tablecloth, napkins, disposable tableware in yellow-blue colors.

    Paper pictures of minions on spags can be placed in various dishes.

    It’s no secret that minions suffer from excessive attachment to bananas and the festive table will not do without them.

    It is more convenient and colorful to pre-print and cut blanks for decorating bananas in the form of minions.

    Cupcakes decorated with minions made of mastic, butter cream, marshmallows marshmallows can become a thematic decoration.

    You can even decorate ordinary cookies or gingerbread with mastic.

    The same eyes of minions glued to balloons of yellow and blue colors will help to decorate the house.

    Children’s birthday music compilation in the style of minions

    Happy birthday!

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    Cartoon characters are always cute and cool, but some of them become especially successful and sink into the soul of all viewers, from young to old.

    Minions became such characters. These yellow creatures are the brainchild of Illumination Entertainment.

    They first appeared in the cartoon “Despicable Me”, which was released back in 2010, but of all the characters, the audience liked the little yellow men most of all, so it was decided to release a separate cartoon about their adventures.

    The debut of minions as the main characters of the cartoon took place in 2015 with the release of Minions. The cartoon was so successful that it entered the top five cartoons that grossed over a billion dollars at the box office.

    Even after almost two years, these characters remain popular images for making various kinds of souvenirs, which will be discussed in this article. After all, gifts in the form of minions are not only fun, but also original!

    1. T-shirts

    Of course, a huge number of T-shirts and other clothes were released for the release of “Minions”, which became part of the cartoon’s advertising campaign.You can search for such on the Internet to please a true fan of the series.

    However, you can limit yourself to ordinary T-shirts with the image of yellow pranksters, which even now can be bought in almost any store. You can just give interesting and funny options for T-shirts:

    2. Flash drives

    The thing is necessary for a schoolchild, and a student, and an office worker. Especially if it is made in the form of a minion. Choose models with a large memory capacity so that a “heavy” movie, game or a lot of music can easily fit on the USB flash drive.

    A backpack in the shape of a minion will be an excellent gift for both adults and children. Depending on the quality, it can cost a pretty penny, but the birthday person is guaranteed to please.

    When choosing a backpack, pay attention not only to its design, but also to the quality and convenience – it is as well stitched as it has pockets, etc.

    4. Player

    MP-3 players are gradually going out of fashion, being replaced by smartphones, however, many people prefer to wear them at workouts, in the subway and other places where listening to music from a smartphone is not so convenient or safe.

    Therefore, the MP-3 player, designed in the form of a minion, will be a great surprise for those who always wear headphones.

    5. Smartphone case

    Today it is very difficult to meet people who carry their smartphones without a case. And given the fact that the covers tend to break and wipe off, then donating with minions would be a great idea. It is best to choose them on the Internet – in ordinary stores, prices for them are often overstated.

    6. Dolls

    The toy industry could not ignore the release of the popular cartoon, therefore all kinds of dolls and toys in the form of these characters are still often found in children’s stores.

    They will be a great surprise for a little girl. However, it is quite possible to give such a doll to your girlfriend – they look pretty cute and stylish.

    7. Figurines

    Of course, you can’t decorate a solid study with a minion figurine, but at home, such a decoration will look pretty cute.

    This makes these figurines a good gift idea. Some of them are tiny and fit easily in the hands, while some are only suitable for owners of large houses.

    8. Alcohol

    Oddly enough, but alcohol producers also did not fail to make money from the release of the popular cartoon. For its release, many gift sets of whiskey, beer, rum and other alcoholic beverages were released.

    Many of them are still on sale, so if you want to please a drunk friend with an original present, you can search for them on the Internet.

    9. Suits

    Such a present, of course, will cost a pretty penny, but it will allow you to have fun with your friends and dress up for Halloween in a cool way.

    Description

    Cake “Mignon”
    is the best way to please your child for a birthday. Colorful and bright, tasty and aromatic – it will become a real highlight of the festive table. Your kid will definitely be delighted with such a surprise, especially if he likes the cartoon “Despicable Me”
    . However, one should not categorically classify the cake in the form of a Mignon as a children’s dish. Adults will be happy with him no less!

    If it seems to you that it is very difficult to make such a cake with your own hands, and that a pastry chef will not be able to make such a cake without much experience, we dare to reassure you! Its preparation is no more difficult than classic cakes such as Napoleon or Honey cake, and even simpler. The master class with step-by-step photos, given below, will definitely convince you of this.

    As for the ingredients of the Mignon cake, the base is an airy sponge cake. A delicate butter cream is used as an impregnation and the main element of the decor. In general, this is a completely familiar combination for a cake. It turns out very tasty. And, of course, the original appearance of such a dessert will not leave anyone indifferent.

    So, if you decide to make a cake in the form of a Mignon with butter cream with your own hands at home, then be sure to study this recipe, equipped not only with the most detailed step-by-step instructions, but also step-by-step photos.Each of the pictures will help you better navigate in a particular cooking process. Let’s get started!

    Ingredients


    • (150 g for dough + 150 g for cream)

    • (6 tbsp. L.)

    • (1 tsp)

    • (100 g)

    • (4 pcs.)

    • (3 ​​pcs.)

    • (220 g)

    • (yellow, blue, black)

    • (3 ​​pcs.)

    • (chocolate, 1 pc.)

    • (1/2 tiles)

    • (or whatever you like)

    • (to taste)

    • (to taste)

    Cooking steps

      First, we need to prepare the base for the cake.
      To do this, knead the biscuit dough. Let’s start with chicken eggs. We will carefully and with great care divide them into whites and yolks. We will beat them separately from each other. The yolks will eventually turn into a yellowish foam, which will be about three times larger in volume.As for the proteins, they will also turn into a soft white foam, which will be 4-5 times larger in volume than the original product. Divide the sugar in two. We will add one to the yolks and beat the mixture until the sweet crystals dissolve, the other to the proteins. Beat the proteins with sugar until the sweet component dissolves. Add a third of the whipped egg whites to the whipped yolks, and then gently mix them, stirring from bottom to top.
      Pour the pre-sifted flour into this egg mixture little by little.We mix very carefully, without sudden movements. Then add the rest of the whipped proteins to the mixture and gently mix them into the dough. Grease the baking dish with softened butter, and then crush it with flour. After that, pour the biscuit dough into the mold, filling it by 2/3. Please note that the crust increases up to one and a half times during baking. We send the mold with the dough to the oven preheated to one hundred and eighty degrees. We will bake the cake at the same temperature for 35 minutes.Just don’t look into the oven while baking! Otherwise, you risk spoiling the biscuit. Cool the finished cake, remove it from the mold, and then give it an oval shape, as in the photo. This can be done by eye, or, if in doubt, you can prepare a stencil in advance or find a dish of a suitable shape.

      At this stage, we should prepare the butter cream.
      To do this, combine water and sugar in a small ladle. Then we send the vessel to the fire.Keep the liquid on the stove until the sugar is completely dissolved in the water. This will create a sweet syrup. Separate the three yolks and beat them thoroughly, as in the case of the biscuit dough for the Mignon cake. Then gradually introduce the syrup into the resulting yellowish foam, without stopping to work with a mixer. The mixture should be fluffy.
      In a separate bowl, beat the softened butter and then combine it with the egg-sugar mixture. Then we also beat all this with a mixer.As a result, the cream should have a uniform consistency. Separate half of the butter cream and tint it with yellow food coloring. Take the amount of dye depending on the intensity of the color you want to get. Lubricate the body of our Minion with the first layer of yellow cream, and then send it to the refrigerator for half an hour. Then apply a second layer of yellow cream, smooth it out with a pastry spatula, and if there is none, then with a long plastic ruler (it must first be washed)
      .Return the cake to the refrigerator for 30 minutes.

      The remainder of the cream must be divided again. Part of it will be used to create the eye for the Minion, and the second we will tint with blue dye. With blue cream, we will form a jumpsuit for Mignon, as shown in the photo below.
      We will hide the joint of yellow and blue cream with a strip of melted chocolate, which we will put in a pastry syringe in advance. And, in general, the jumpsuit will look much more expressive if you circle it with chocolate along the contour.We send the cake back to cool in the refrigerator.

      Now we need to make an eye for the Minion. To do this, cover the chocolate cookies with the remains of the white cream.
      Let’s make the pupil with the help of chocolate candy, turning it round base upwards.

      Now we will make “tasty” glasses with our own hands. To do this, using glasses of different shapes, cut out a circle from the toffee.
      We will coat it with any sweet syrup, and then grind it with coconut flakes or, as in this case, silver-dyed sugar.We put the eye and glasses in the right place.

      Draw a string for glasses with melted chocolate. We draw a mouth with it. And from the frozen chocolate we make Mignon hair, which will be easy to insert into a soft biscuit cake.

      Do not forget to make rivets on the overalls with the help of chocolates. That’s all, the master class has come to an end! Our minion cake is ready. You can serve it on the table!

      Bon appetit!

    Recipe: Mignon Sponge Cake | “with fruit, decorated with a waffle picture”

    Ingredients:

    ready-made biscuit – 1 pc.;
    sour cream – 800 g;
    icing sugar – 200 g;
    butter – 200 g;
    condensed milk – 140 g;
    marshmallow mastic – 400 g;
    bananas – 4 pcs.

    I cooked a cake with “Minions” for the 5th birthday of a wonderful boy Misha. Since the cake was prepared for children, I used products that can be used by children.
    A day before assembling the cake, I prepared a Sponge cake for the cake so that it settled well.
    I used sour cream for the cake. For the cream I used sour cream 21% fat.Put the sour cream (5-6 hours) before making the cream in a colander in cheesecloth, so that the excess serum is gone and the cream turns out to be thick.

    Put powdered sugar (200 g) into the finished sour cream and mix well until completely dissolved.

    Bananas (4 pieces), which we will use in the cake, peel and cut into slices 1 cm thick.

    Cut the finished biscuit into 3 parts.

    At the bottom of the dish or form in which we will lay out the cake, put a spoonful of sour cream and spread it.

    Put the first cake on top and grease it liberally with sour cream.

    I did not soak the cakes, since the cakes are thin, and they will soak a lot of cream anyway. Put a layer of sliced ​​bananas on top of the sour cream and grease it again with plenty of sour cream.

    Next, lay out another biscuit cake and repeat the procedure from the beginning.
    Put the last cake on top and put the cake in the refrigerator for 1 hour, so that it is soaked and takes shape.

    At this time, we start preparing the cream for mastic.
    For the cream we will use:

    Mix butter (200 g) at room temperature with condensed milk (140 g) until smooth.

    Take the cake out of the refrigerator and cover it with the prepared cream, carefully cover up all the cracks so that the sour cream does not leak through it.
    We put it in the refrigerator for 10-15 minutes, take it out and gently level it again with a spatula or with clean, dry, warm hands.
    And again we send it to the refrigerator.
    At this time, we are preparing the mastic for coating, it can be prepared in advance and kept in the refrigerator, and before use, hold at room temperature for 30 minutes.
    We prepare mastic from chewing marshmallows.
    For mastic we need:

    Put chewing marshmallow (200 g) into a microwave bowl and set for 20-30 seconds at maximum power.
    We take out the marshmallows, add gradually 300 g of powdered sugar mixed with 150 g.corn starch (pre-sift). Mix well if the mass sticks to your hands, add more powdered sugar. If you need to add food coloring, I needed a yellow color, I dyed the mastic in this color.

    Roll out the mastic into a thin layer (I like the mastic to be very thin and almost not felt on the cake).

    Gently roll up the rolled mastic on a rocking chair and transfer it to the cake.

    Smooth it out by hand or with a special iron.
    Cut off the excess mastic.

    I decorated the cake with drawings of Minions on sugar paper, carefully cut them out beforehand.

    Apply decor gel to the inside of the picture and gently lay it on the top of the cake, smooth it with your hands so that air comes out from under the picture.

    On top of the picture we also smear with decor gel (this must be done very carefully so that the paint in the picture does not float). We also decorate the sides of the cake with small pictures.
    Place small balls of mastic around the perimeter of the cake.

    From bright yellow mastic we make the number 5 (the age of the birthday boy).

    The cake turned out to be very positive, bright and tasty.

    Bon appetit !!!

    Cooking time: PT04H00M4 h.

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