- 22 centimetre x 34cm number 9 cake pan
- 30 centimetre x 40cm rectangular cake board
- 3 x 340g packets butter cake mix
- green food colouring
- 375 gram butter, softened
- 4 1/2 cup confectioner's sugar
- 6 tablespoon milk
- 12 (total) orange, red and yellow jelly snakes
- 1 killer python
- 2 jelly teeth
- 11 racing cars
- 1 jaffa
- 1 lime milk bottles
Number 9 cake
- 1Preheat oven to 180°C. Grease cake pan; line base with baking paper.
- 2Make cakes according to directions on packets. Spread mixture into pan; bake about 50 minutes. Stand cake in pan 5 minutes before turning, top-side up, onto a wire rack to cool.
- 3Meanwhile, make butter cream; beat butter until white as possible, gradually beat in half the sifted icing sugar then milk, then remaining icing sugar. Beat until smooth.
- 4Using a serrated knife, level cake top. Secure cake to the cake board with a little butter cream.
- 5Tint butter cream green; spread over top and sides of cake.
- 6Cut snakes on a diagonal at different lengths. Cut green sections from Killer Python (you will need three pieces). Cut ‘V’ shapes from teeth to make pointy teeth.
- 7Position lollies on cake to form a fire-breathing dragon, as pictured.
Milk bottles, Killer Pythons, snakes, teeth and racing cars can be found in packets of party mix.
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