Pokemon cake snorlax cake decorating lesson How To Cook That Ann Reardon

Pokemon cake snorlax cake decorating lesson How To Cook That Ann Reardon


Welcome to howtocookthat.net. Today we are
going to make a Pokemon called Snorlax. I’m going to show it to you in fast forward. Here
we are just making the body, rounding it out. Because the sugar paste tends to sag down,
if you make it a bit taller than you need to be then when it sags down a bit it will
be the right shape. Now just making two feet. If you don’t know
how to color the sugar paste, that’s on a previous video that you can go to. We’re rolling
out the blue. We could have made the whole body out of blue, but it uses a lot more coloring
to do it that way; so it’s cheaper to make, because it’s got white in it middle, cheaper
to make the middle out of the white. Then just wrap it in the blue, a bit like wrapping
paper. So here on the body, Snorlax has a white or
creamy tummy and then the blue goes the whole way around the back. Just pinch it at the
back, cut off the excess, and then give it a smooth out and roll, to make it this shape
and the size that you want it to be. Now, on to the head. Again it’s got the blue
across the top and around the edges of its head. You want to roll that out, nice and
thin. Cut the shape that’s across the top of his head. It’s a bit big, so make it a
bit smaller. And then again just wrap it up, like you are wrapping an Easter egg, leaving
the white a bit exposed for his face. Trim it off and give it a smooth. There, we have the body and the head. Now,
if we get some pieces of spaghetti, poke three pieces into the body, that would form the
support that would hold the head in place. Make sure they’re not too tall, because you
don’t want them to stick out of the top of the head. Here we get some black fondant or
sugar paste, rolling it really thin so that we can do the eyes. Then just using an everyday
straw, just going to help — use it to help us put them in place. That’s one eye. And
then the other. And then the same again for the mouth. Smoothing off the corners, and
popping it in place using a straw again just to shape it how it should be. Now, Snorlax
has two little fangs stick up, so just using a pizza cutter there to cut those out. It
was a bit big, making it a little bit smaller… It’s one and two. Okay, he has blue ears. The easiest way to
get the ears even is to roll a ball and then just cut it in half. We’ve got two there,
popping them in again using the spaghetti to hold it in place. Popping the head on and
shaping the ears a bit. Okay, let’s make his arms. And to get them
even just roll one shape and cut it in half. Snorlax is probably one of the easier Pokemons
to make because it doesn’t have too many fiddly bits. The feet are a bit big so we’ll cut them down
smaller. Two feet, just squash those on; they don’t need the spaghetti, because they are
not sticking up in the air, they can lay on the page until they are set. Then on the feet
there’s a little pad on each foot. And there he is, all done! Snorlax, all ready
to go on top of the cake…

75 thoughts on “Pokemon cake snorlax cake decorating lesson How To Cook That Ann Reardon

  1. Hi peiqi27, have you seen the pichu one? Pikachu has a different body shape but it is a good place to start. If you have not seen it click on howtocookthat – top left above this video and you will get to the channel – you should be able to see it from there.

  2. Hi TheGemgem154, It absorbs some of the sweetness from the fondant and is completely edible, whereas if you use toothpicks they can hurt peoples mouth if they bite into them.

  3. hi livezhd, it is made from fondant, if you click on How To Cook That to go to the channel there is a fondant basics video there explaining how to colour fondant and a fondant recipe there too.

  4. WHAT SHE IS SAYING: the video is fast forwarded.

    TRUE: she tries to hide her super-cooking abilities from us, the commoners.

  5. So adorable when its so chubby ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♥♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♡♥♡♡♡♥♡♡♡♡★♡♡♡♡★♡★♡★★♥♡★♥♡★♥♡★♥♡★★♥♡★♥♡★♥♡★♥♡★♥♡★♥♡★♥♡★☆♥♡★☆♥♡★☆☆♥☆☆♡♥♥★★☆★♡♡♥★☆☆★♡♥♥♡★☆☆★♡♡♥♡♡★☆☆★★♡♥♥♥♥♡★☆☆☆★♡♥♥♡★☆☆★★♡♡♡♥♥★☆☆☆★♡♡♥♥♡♡★☆★★★

  6. Hi Ann! Even though I'm from the Netherlands, I watch you making great cakes, cookies, macaroons, meringues and lots and lots more! I really enjoy watching your videos, I was feeling nostalgic and I startend watching all your videos! I really like it, you are doping such a great job! I hope you are going to post as much video's as possible, I can assure you I'll watch all of them!
    Greetings from the Netherlands (you should come to Amsterdam so all the Dutch people can meet you, too!)

    Sjoerd Eltink

  7. its amazing to see how far your channel has come and how much your cooking and decorating has improved! I love you videos so much, you're really inspiring to me.

  8. I've got my first cake order for a Pokémon cake… and Snorlax is his favorite character.  Thanks for showing me how to make it a success!

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