There are many types of Yo Gabba Gabba birthday cake based on the charactersin the show.
This ultra-cool and retro kid’s television show airs on Nick Jr. It is directed towards a younger audience, but older audiences also enjoy it. It stars DJ Lance Rock and a bunch of creatures, each with their own dramas and who teach lessons of life while singing and dancing. It’s a very entertaining television show! Because of it’s refreshing charm, retro sets (think Atari graphics and 80’s pop synth music), guest appearances including Jack Black, and its overall fun vibe, it’s not only popular among children, but also with adults. If your child cannot get enough of Nick Jr.’s cable television series “Yo Gabba Gabba,” try making cakes that pay homage to his favorite characters. Create birthday cakes in the shapes of the series’ colorful monsters, such as Brobee or Foofa, or their human friend DJ Lance Rock.
There are many types of Yo Gabba Gabba birthday cake. One of them will be the three tier one. You can bake three round cakes in 10-inch, 8-inch and 6-inch sizes. Decorate the largest cake in yellow frosting and be sure to keep the frosting smooth. Decorate the second largest cake in green frosting and work the frosting with a fork to create texture. Attach small round pieces of fondant all over the smallest cake and ice the cake with red frosting. Use fondant to create three sets of eyes, though the red cake should have one eye only, and the green cake should have a black unibrow.
You can also make a cake in the shape of the Yo Gabba Gabba character Brobee, a furry green monster. Cut the shape out of a one- or two-layer 10-inch round cake, using Brobee images for reference. Think of an egg shape with a flat bottom you cut into two legs and use leftover cake to create the arms. Frost the cake in two different shades of green to create stripes — use lighter frosting for smooth stripes and dark green frosting for textured stripes. Use a fork to create texture. Mold red fondant to create a big smiling mouth and three pointy monster horns. Use a strip of black fondant for a unibrow and black and white fondant for eyes.
Another option will be cutting a one- or two-layer 10-inch cake into a heart shape to create a DJ Lance Rock face cake but leave more cake at the top of the shape to create Lance’s orange dome hat. Look at pictures, if necessary, to get the face and hat shape correct. Frost the entire cake with chocolate icing and use orange frosting to create the dome hat. Use a fork to create texture on the hat and make Lance’s square, black-rimmed glasses out of fondant. Make eyes out of white fondant and brown M&Ms. Shape a nose with brown frosting and make a smiling mouth out of red fondant.
Lastly, you can also decorate a sheet cake with the image of Foofa, a pink, pear-shaped Yo Gabba Gabba monster. Frost the cake with green and blue frosting first to create the appearance of a meadow and add designs, such as a rainbow or sun, with frosting. Create flowers in the meadow with fondant. Outline an image of Foofa, who has an oval-shaped head with a pink flower on top, a pear-shaped body and long arms and legs, with pink gel frosting, then fill in with pink frosting. Use black gel frosting to create eyes and fill in with white frosting.
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