My son turned FOUR yesterday, which is a big deal if you didn’t already know that about turning four.
It’s also a big deal to me, because I feel like this:
…turned into this overnight:
And I guess it kind of did. I guess that’s just how it happens.
His cake of choice was a “Pinata Cake” which I found here at A Subtle Revelry. If you want to make this for yourself, I definitely encourage you to try via the tutorial: it wasn’t too difficult, and the end result was awesome.
Basically, you bake two “layers” in pyrex bowls. After a thorough cooling session, you carve the insides out (to make each half like a scooped out melon). Then you fill one of the “bowls” with candy, top it with the other to form a sphere, and frost it.
It looks like this from the top. Just like a regular cake.
And when you cut into it, it looks like THIS:
So fun. So good. So easy. Give it a try for your next 4th or 5th or 35th birthday – I bet you’ll like it!