Hobbit

Sculpted Hobbit Hole Cake

Hobbit Hole Cake

Hobbit Hole Cake

This sculpted Hobbit Hole cake looks just like Bag End. It was Bilbo’s house aka. Hobbit-hole in Hobbiton. It has multiple shades of green for the grass on top to make it look more realistic.  It looks like an airbrush was used to apply the different shades to give it depth.  

This wonderful cake was made by Little Cherry Cake Company.

I like little clay pots in front that are filled with flowers. The front looks like brick and stone. The windows even have iron patterns between panes of fondant glass. The round door is fondant textured to look like planks of wood and it looks like it was airbrushed different shades of green to give it more depth and character. 

Hobbit Hole Cake

The banner in front with the words Happy 30th Birthday is the same color as the stone steps leading away from the house. The green bushes look like they are fondant textures and airbrushed for shading. Some bushes even have tiny white flowers. 

 

For more Hobbit Party Ideas:

Another terrific realistic looking sculpted Bag End cake

Here’s another copy of a Hobbit House from the Shire

 

Superb Bag End Hobbit-Hole Cake

Hobbit Hole Cake

This Superb Bag End Hobbit-hole cake was made by Catcakes.  This Toilken cake represents Bilbo Baggins Hobbit Hole named Bag End. It is located in The Shire. 

The bottom cake layer is covered in green grass and flowers and has a stone pathway to the door of the house.

The Hobbit Cake has leaves and grass on top and a round green door and a round windows on each side of the door.

For more Hobbit Party Ideas:

Another terrific Bag End house

Roumd Hobbit House

 

Winter Hobbit House Cookies

Gingerbread Hobbit House Cookie

Welcome to this Hobbit House in a winter wonderland setting at the Shire. This house is covered in snow. In J.R. Tolkien’s world of Middle Earth, imagine if the Hobbit Shire were covered in snow. 

My daughter suggested making a Gingerbread Hobbit house for the holiday season, so hear’s a simple version that we came up with.  We made both flat cookies and a three dimensional Gingerbread Hobbit house based on the flat cookies.

Gingerbread Hobbit House Cookie

To make this standup winter gingerbread Hobbit house, I put together a front and back of a two dimensional hobbit house and added another cookie middle. I covered the structure with a shingle roof and covered the roof and house with royal icing snow. The shingles were small round cookies cut out using the large end of a cake decorating tip.

Why not make your own Hobbit Shire filled with many Hobbit houses in cookie form?

Hobbit Cookie

Here’s my single gingerbread or spice cookie version of a Hobbit house in winter covered in snow.

Hobbir House Cookie

Hobbit House Cookies

Here’s are two  2 dimensional Hobbit House cookies that I cut out, baked, and decorated with white royal icing.

Hobbit House cookie template

This is the template that I drew to cut out the hobbit house cookies.  I made a straight line with a ruler, then made an arc from one end of the line to another to make the shape that I wanted. I drew approximate locations for a door and windows using circle cutters and wilton decorations tips.

Also, check out this splendid Pop Culture Gingerbread.