Spaghetti Cake | Recipes| DIY

I went to my hometown this past weekend to celebrate my twin niece and nephew’s 5th birthday.  It was a Super Mario Bros (and Princess Peach) theme so my sister made this amazing spaghetti cake.  This is how it goes down.

She used 2 boxes of chocolate cake, 4 cans of white frosting, strawberry jelly, and white chocolate.  Mix your cake and pour it into your round cake pans.  Once done, set one aside, and let them cool.  Flip them onto your cake pan with strips of parchment or wax paper to keep the icing off of the cake pan.

Spread a layer of frosting between each layer, remember you are only using 3 layers.  The other is for the meatballs!

You really just need a “crumb layer” you will go back and smooth it all out.

To make the meatballs you just grab some cake from your other layer you put aside, roll into a ball, and roll into some of the cake crumbs.

Just place them on top and begin making the “noodles”.  If you don’t have a piping bag, just place the icing in a ziplock bag and make a small snip in the corner.  Just begin piping it on top of the cake.

Add the strawberry jelly (the sauce).

And some grated white chocolate as the Parmesan cheese.  Cute right?

The cake was a hit, and delish!  We also had pizza dip and spaghetti.  Real spaghetti.

Oh, and my sister and I may or may not have worn mustaches…

 

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12 thoughts on “Spaghetti Cake | Recipes| DIY

  1. That is such a neat idea….Elizabeth’s bday is next month and she is wanted a “different” type of cake, I will have to show this to her-she loves spaghetti, so this may be a hit..

  2. very creative! A birthday that won’t be forgotten too soon.
    Did everyone sing “On top of spaghetti, all covered with cheese………..?

  3. Just forwarded the link to my besty. Shes italian and has 4 kids, prego with her 5th, and their favorite meal is spaghetti and she is actually in the making of creating her own cake business lol I told her to try this one Sunday afternoon for the fam!

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