Spiral Staircase Cake

So I was super busy this past week creating a spiral staircase cake for a church youth activity.

Here's my creation:

Carving a spiral cake is pretty easy, I did it once before with a piano cake I made. Here's a photo of it:

Anyway, a spiral staircase was a bit trickier...Not only did I have to carve the spiral, but I had to do it in steps, instead of one smooth cut.

First I start by layering my cake, in this case two 10 inch rounds. Then I mark off, with toothpicks, where I want to make my cuts, like this:

Next, I carefully carve each layer. Like this:

Once that's complete, I give the cake a crumb coat. Then I carve the next layer (in this case two 12 inch rounds) and finally, the layers are stacked. Like this:

Then I covered the cake in one large piece of fondant. Im this photo, I had started the cobblestone path using an embossing tool courtesy of DUFF.

Then I assembled the rest of the cake, including my princesses made from rice krispies treats, covered in fondant/gum paste mix.

What do you think?


Terri Tiffany said…
I can't believe you made these! I am so impressed as I can barely frost a cake!! Wow! I hope you sell them for a business.
Dragitta said…
The cake looks amazing and tasty! :D Congrats!

And also I want to thank you for sharing with us art of making spiral cake. I want to make special cake for my sister's graduation, and thanks to your knowledge and kindness I think I will have success.

Wish you all the best!
Unknown said…
I am very impressed with your creative intelligence. This is something that I have wanted to try for years. I wonder how long it would take me to make a spiral stair cake. I am going to follow this blog for updates. Thanks for sharing this great content.

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