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Rubik’s Cube Cake



I like to do a fun cake for hubby’s birthday. Last year was a Mario cake, but this year I went a little more simple. I was searching around for ideas and saw some rubik’s cube cakes out there. I liked the look of it and knew that I could do it. I had already made him a pie and cupcakes, so a small cake was perfect.

This was incredibly simple to do. The cakes baked up beautifully and it was possibly the best chocolate cake I have made. The rest was pretty basic—cover with black fondant and have the colored fondant done in squares. It had to be easy since I only had a day to do it. Lucky for me that it worked. Smile



I had all of my colored fondant ready to go. It was rolled out to about 1/8 of an inch thickness. I set the aside to dry up a bit before going on the cake. The next time  I do this, I will make them a day ahead so that they are completely dry and hard. You need to cut out 9 of each color.



The black fondant was rolled out and then went on the crumb coated cake. I had the cake already frosted and in the fridge so that the buttercream was set. My one complaint about this cake was the black fondant. I had some leftover Duff fondant and decided to use this to cover the cake instead of making my own. No one ever eats it and I just didn’t have to time to make any. NEVER AGAIN!! I was so mad about this fondant. I hate it. It is too soft and stretches and tears. It is awful. Now I would never use the wilton kind to cover a cake because it just smells bad, so I know it can’t taste good. I had such high hopes for this Duff stuff. But they went bye bye.

Maybe you will have better luck with that kind. But, as for me, I will be sticking to the homemade kind to cover cakes. I am gonna order some other brands and try them out. So who knows….maybe I can find a new favorite soon.



Once I had it covered in the black and I stopped complaining about how much I hated it, I went to work on placing the squares. The black was so soft that I didn’t have to use water to stick on the squares. I spaced out the top and then went to work on all of the sides. It came together in about 30 minutes.

I was super happy with how this one turned out. I love to make cakes and they are even better when it is for someone special. Hubs loved it and that is the best part for me!! Enjoy!!










7 Comments leave one →
  1. 03/08/2012 7:39 am

    Wow! I love this cake! It looks fantastic. Clean lines, and what a fun idea! Thanks so much for sharing! 😀

  2. 03/08/2012 5:34 pm

    I just stumbled upon this post. I love it. the pictures are fab, it looks so real and so tasty. Its great to see people getting creative with baking. We are an English tea shop in New York and we love sweet treats! You might like our blog, its about all things to do with cakes, baking and afternoon tea.

  3. 01/30/2013 3:15 pm

    I just came across your blog by accident today and I am so happy I did. I love what you do and hope to get as good as this one day. I am currently in culinary school. When I make my cakes I use Satin Ice fondant. It is one of the better tasting fondants. With three kids under the age of 4 I don’t always have time to make homemade.

  4. Samantha permalink
    09/23/2013 2:18 pm

    What size cake pans did you use?

    • 09/28/2013 9:42 pm

      those are 6in square pans. thanks for stopping by! 🙂


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