Though this is the smallest of the bunch, I'd say it's the cutest. In the following pictures we'll look at all the details.
Should you want to make your own celebration cake, you'll need
- 250 Pounds of Rice Cereal
- 120 Pounds of Marshmallows
- 40 Pounds of Butter
- 240 Pounds of Fondant
- 90 Pounds of White Chocolate
- 1 Pound of Pixie Dust
- 90 Hidden Mickeys
Wait... 90 Hidden Mickeys!!! That's crazy!
I made a post showing the locations of all 13 Hidden Mickeys on the Halloween Pump-"cake" Patch.
And then another with the locations of all 25 Hidden Mickeys on the "Grand" Gingerbread House.
But 90 Hidden Mickeys. You're on your own.
To aid in your quest though, I'll change up the photos a little bit. Normally I limit the size of the photos on my site to help everything load faster. This time though, I'll post them at nearly double the resolution so you can pick out the fine details. Just click on the photo for the larger version.
Let's take a walk around the cake first. From the right side.
From the back.
And the left.
With 90 Mickeys the kids were finding them everywhere.
I love how the cake is covered in all these small treats recreated in fondant.
Look at that awesome Mickey waffle. It even has the imperfect edge you get when you make them for real. I can see at least 2 Hidden Mickeys here. One in the Minnie bow and another below the yellow ribbon curl.
The other recurring Hidden Mickeys showed up in the form of small fondant Mickeys that were the same color as what they're on top of.
What about the center of these flowers.
Over to the back.
Did you see the Mickeys in the center of Pluto's paw prints?
Or what about those mini chocolate chips in the chocolate truffle?
At least 4 I can find here. A chocolate chip in the cookie dough ice cream, an impression in the orange bowl, a red Mickey on the macaron, and a yellow Mickey on the Pluto cake.
Such cute treats, some of which that can now be found at the newly re-opened White Water Snacks quick-service grab 'n' go restaurant.
The kids get really into the Mickeys, and they remember from the last two times that you're never really done until you go up to the 2nd level and look down from the top.
And from the top you get a better view of the Mickey cherries and Mickey whipped cream.
Have you gone to see the new cake? Which Mickeys were your favorite?