Winnie the Pooh cake

Winnie The Pooh Balancing on Hully Pots Cake

This splendid Winnie the Pooh balancing on Hunny Pots cake is a terrific example of balancing and cake structure.

This wonderful cake was made by Lisa Hann fromPink Slip Cakery.

This was her class project from Mike McCarey’s 2 week sculpting class. 

I love the way he is balancing on the 3 Hunny Pots made of cake to reach his balloon.

Moreover, the balloon looks like it was made using isomalt.

In addition, I like the way Piglet is balancing on 1 foot and Tigger is balancing on his tail, while looking up at Pooh.

In addition, the cake board has lines coming from the bottom pot to make it look like the pots are sinking into the grass from the weight of everything stacked on top of one another.

Furthermore, it looks like a wire frame would be needed to get Tigger’s and Piglet’s arms and legs to stick straight out.  Because of the attention to detail, these are terrific looking fondant figures.

Also, I wonder if a single piece of pipe comes up from the board, and is bent at the second Hunny pot to continue up through Pooh as a support or if 2 pipes were used.

In conclusion, this is a terrific sculpted Pooh cake design, just like I would expect from one of Mike McCarey’s classes.  I love Mike McCarey’s cakes and would love to take his class one day.

To see more, check out these Winnie the Pooh Cakes and Cookies.

Winnie the Pooh birthday cake

Birthday Present Cake

This adorable Winnie The Pooh birthday present cake looks just like a present.  Pooh, Tigger, and Piglet are peeking out the lid of the present to wish the birthday child a Happy 1st Birthday.

This wonderful cake was made by Little Cherry Cake Company .

Firstly, the cake is stacked and covered with fondant to make it a tall present.  The lid is off center to allow room for the characters. Pieces of fondant that look like tissue paper are put around each character to fill in the space.  Finally, yellow fondant is used to make a ribbon and bow to finish the present.

Winnie the Pooh Birthday Cake

This is close-up of Piglet, Pooh, and Tigger. They are peeking out of the present.  Fondant tissue paper is all around them.  In addition, Tracey shows how to make each figure’s head and arms.

Moreover, Little Cherry has a terrific tutorial on how to make this cake as well as the figures.

Little cherry cake tutorial of  pooh birthday present cake

Tracey does a terrific job showing how to make this amazing cake.  

She also made a blue Mickey, Pluto, and Dumbo 1st birthday present cake that is just like this.

In addition, check out these Winnie the Pooh and Friends cakes and cookies.

Also, you may also enjoy the Tigger cakes and cookies.

Lastly, check out these Piglet cakes and cookies and these Eeyore cakes and cookies.


Winnie the Pooh Rice Balls made by Bento Monsters

These adorable Winnie the Pooh and friends Rice Cream Balls feature Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, and Eeyore.

These wonderful rice cream balls were made by Bento Monsters.

These rice balls have ice cream stick attached to look like rice-cream figures.

These figures were made using colored rice.


Winnie the Pooh Rice Ball Kabobs made by Bento Monsters

Here’s a version of the characters as kabobs. they were served with chicken yakitori. Nori, cheese, and ham were used for the features of each character.

Winnie the Pooh Cookie

This absolutely adorable cookie was made by Denise from Cookie Project Qatar.  I really like the idea of Pooh and friends clowning around while taking a selfie.


Here is Denise’s video on how she made this cute cookie.


Winnie the Pooh Cookies

Here is the complete set of cookies. Denise’s facial expressions on the characters is terrific.

Also, check out these wonderful Winnie The Pooh Cakes and Cookies.