An Amazing Lego Cake {My Little Boy is 5!}

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If you’ve been around for a while, you know that I always try to give my kids exactly what they want in a birthday party.  I didn’t have many parties as a kid, and awesome parties (within reason) are something I’ve always tried to provide.  This year, the boy had two simple request… 1) a sleepover and 2) a Lego cake.

Amazing Lego Construction Cake - MamaMommyMomInitially, the boy wanted the same party he’s had for the last two years… a construction themed cake at the horse barn.  My sister and baker extraordinaire and I both rolled our eyes at the thought of a third construction themed cake – even if the first two were pretty cool.  He stuck by his plan from post birthday party #4, through the remainder of 2013, up until his sister’s 7th birthday party/sleepover in December.  From that moment on, nothing mattered outside of being able to have a sleepover.  Score!  After a little convincing, the boy agreed to ease up on his need for a “tractor cake” and decided to go with a Lego cake instead.

My boy isn’t like my girl, not at all.  He’s much happier at home, playing in the dirt or watching a movie, than he is concentrating on an activity.   With that in mind, we decided to keep the party low key – just a few boys, carryout pizza and an awesome Lego cake.  After some research on Pinterest and meshing a few ideas together, my sister put together this awesome construction themed Lego cake:

Lego Construction Cake Tractors - MamaMommyMomThe tiny machines are all parts of Lego sets assembled by yours truly, and the crane (the working, remote control crane) was an on hand item that the boy got for Christmas from Santa (I have it on good authority that Santa acquired said crane on Amazon at a very reasonable cost.)  The Lego bricks are all made of homemade marshmallow fondant, layered over a delicious vanilla cake.

Lego Construction Cake - MamaMommyMomThe fondant, as always, was a huge hit with the kids.  We stabilized the little Lego creations with some plain vanilla frosting (it makes an excellent glue) and simply tied the candle to the crane hook with a little string around the candle wick.

The crane was cool… all of the kids got a huge kick out of it.  Truth be told, so did I!  We lowered his candle, untied it and lit it for him to blow out.  I even made a video of the crane in action to share with my friends on Facebook

What do you think? Is that a cool Lego cake or what?  I hope you share this with your kiddos or any of your friends who have Lego loving kids.  It was a truly awesome cake and something simple enough anyone could make their own version at home.

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13 Responses to An Amazing Lego Cake {My Little Boy is 5!}

  1. This lego cake is pretty awesome. My son is 12 and LOVES legos so something like this, but maybe with Star Wars theme instead of construction would make him a happy camper. Definitely pinning to refer to later!

  2. This cake is AWESOME! LC had a LEGO party for his 3rd birthday and we did cake pops, but something tells me every little man would LOVE this cake!! So cool and clever!

  3. Val Newman says:

    This is an extraordinary cake. My favorite part is the #5 suspended from the crane.

    Val

  4. Chelsea says:

    This is basically the coolest cake I’ve ever seen. No joke. So much awesome detail!!! Your son would’ve gone crazy over it I imagine!

  5. jbrobeck says:

    I had no idea that this could even exist! So must detail – and that crane!

  6. Justina says:

    OMG this is amazing!!!

  7. katherine says:

    That is amazing and such talent!

  8. Carly says:

    Love this, such a cute idea!

  9. Absolutely amazing job! Love the theme idea, so fun!

  10. Jamie says:

    I saw this on your instagram feed and think its just adorable!

  11. Nicole says:

    A bit of a detailed question, but would mind providing more detail on how you made the Lego bricks? I do work with fondant, but I am not an expert. Did you use a mold? Hand-shape? My son sounds a lot like yours and is having a Lego bday party later this month. We also happen to have the crane, so I think this cake concept will be perfect.

    • mamamommymom says:

      The blocks were hand shaped. You can use the end of an icing tip to cut the small circles for the top. 🙂 It was definitely a fun cake and everyone loved it!

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