Pool Table Cake Decorations

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Pool table cake submitted by Pam L. from Lannon, WI

Pool Table Cake

I made a regular 9x13 chocolate cake mix. The pool balls and pool cue are made out of rolled colored fondant. The pool rack is made from graham crackers dipped in chocolate.

My brother-in-law loved it!

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Cake submitted by Dipali S. from Collegeville, PA

Pool Table Cake

Take 2 cake mixes of your choice, and bake 2 layers of 9x13" cake. Stack them together and fill with buttercream icing. Make 9 cups of buttercream for icing and filling the cake.

Use ready-made fondant (or make marshmallow-fondant), and color it. Make one batch of each color for the pool balls. Roll the fondant into balls about 2" in diameter. The striped balls are white fondant pieces with color fondant strips on them.

The solid balls have white fondant circles on them. Use edible pen to write the numbers. Triangle is made out of brown fondant strip bent into a triangular shape. Let dry overnight.

1 batch marshmallow fondant: 1 cup mini marshmallows with 1 tbsp. water melt in microwave.

Remove promptly, stir, and mix in food coloring. (It should be of soupy consistency.) Gradually mix/knead in 1 1/2 cups confectionary sugar. Use shortening on hands to prevent sticking.

Carve the top of the cake slightly to create lip of a pool table. Use black fondant circles for the pockets.

The pool sticks are wooden dowels wrapped in fondant. Paint the light brown fondant with brown food coloring/vanilla extract mixture to create wood grain.

Number 30 is made out of a white chocolate candy mold, as well as the Happy Birthday lettering.

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