Galactic children’s birthday party – party decoration blog by party-princess
Hello, my dears,
If you are looking for a good extra-Irish baking idea for the birthday of your child, you should definitely not miss this creation by kitchen cult. Welcome to earth you cute little cake pop aliens!
10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1 …. are you ready for the space party?
Celebrate a child’s birthday in space – that’s what every little astronaut wishes for! The year is 2014 and we are in the infinite space of the children’s birthday universe. The UFO cake has just landed on the planet “children’s birthday table” and is surrounded by cake pop aliens. The galactic adventure begins!
Cake Pop aliens on their mission to save the planet
Cake Pop aliens on a great mission!
Captain Cake Pop and his crew identified the robot and captured it. The UFO cake must be searched for further intruders as soon as possible. What an exciting children’s birthday party!
UFO cake with cake pop security guard Captain Future
The cake pop alien did a great job. The UFO cake is guaranteed and can be consumed by the little astronaut guests. The UFO cake is really spacy with special effects such as starter flames and birthday candles to blow out.
Instructions: UFO cake for children’s birthday parties
- a finished cake z. B. the cake dreams raspberry mascarpone (Conditorei Coppenrath & Wiese)
- approx. 150 g fondant in the color stone gray
- approx. 150 g fondant in orange
- Glitter powder (e.g. starlight silver saturn)
- Silver cake plate or large silver plate
- Mason jar as a cake stand base
Instructions – this is how it gets spacey:
An upturned plate serves as a cake platter. Take the frozen cake out of the packaging, place on the plate and allow to thaw almost completely. This allows the moisture to escape so that the fondant adheres better to the dome. Shape the gray fondant into a ball and roll it out into a thin circle. Place the fondant circle on the cake and smooth it all over. Use a pizza roller to cut off the remaining remnants of the fondant so that the cake is smoothly coated with fondant. Using a brush, brush the glitter powder onto the fondant.
For the wing:
Shape the orange fondant into a ball and roll it out into a thin circle. The diameter should be significantly larger than that of the gray coating. Place the styrofoam frame of the cake packaging as a template on the fondant and cut out the inner circle so that the inner dimensions of the wing are determined. Using a pizza cutter, cut the outer edge of the wing so that it is approx. 7 cm wide. Carefully place the fondant surface around the cake.
Also roll out the yellow fondant thinly and cut out 23 stars with the star cutter. Spread the stars all around the wing as an ornament.
For the portholes:
Roll out the blue fondant and cut out 11 portholes. The interior of the zeros is also used. Apply the zeros and the inside alternately around the dome of the cake.
For the starter flames:
Place the cake platter on a mason jar. Use the pizza cutter to cut flames of different sizes from the rest of the fondant and decorate the mason jar with them.
Finally, put the birthday candles in the UFO cake.
Instructions: Cake pop aliens for the space children’s birthday party
Ingredients for 4 cake pops:
- Finished small cream puffs e.g. Cafeteria Minis cream puffs (Conditorei Coppenrath & Wiese)
- Green candy melts as a cake pop glaze
- Glitter powder (pearl pacific blue and silver powder)
- Fondant (white, orange and red)
- Cookie cutters (the number 8, the letter U and a star)
Prepare cake pops according to the instructions. Apply the glitter powder to the dried cake pop glaze with the brush. Roll out the orange fondant thinly, cut out four “8-en” and four “Us” using the molds. Roll out the white fondant and cut out 8 stars with the star shape.
Use the “8” as a foot, the stars serve as ears, the inside of the “8” becomes eyes and the “U” is attached to the head as a “tracking device” with the help of the icing. Press the sugar pearls onto the orange eyes as pupils and place a small red fondant ball on the face as a nose.
Spacious table decorations for the space party
The universe “birthday table” puts little Austronauts in a space mood with the right decoration. You can buy the spacey party set with astronaut garland, napkins, plates and 3D glasses at party princess order.
This children’s birthday will be unforgettable thanks to the galactic UFO cake and spacey table decorations!