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Hidden Treasure Chest Cake

Hidden Treasure Chest Cake recipe
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What a cute cake! I made this for my daughter's 5 year old Pirate party. I ended up making 2 of them since one would probably feed 10-12 people. So easy to do. My kids more
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on 8/13/2009
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What a cute cake! I made this for my daughter's 5 year old Pirate party. I ended up making 2 of them since one would probably feed 10-12 people. So easy to do. My kids helped out too. I made regular cake in a loaf pan instead of using store bought pound cake and it worked great. All of the kids, as well as the adults loved it. A couple people even asked where I ordered the cake from!
I made this for my son's Pirate birthday party, and it was so perfect! The kids were very impressed, and it was adorable. My only advice would be not to put the chocolate coins IN the cake--just around it, you can't cut through them effectively. Also, be imaginitive about what "treasure" can go in your cake. Jewel-toned fruit snacks, M&Ms, etc, are also fun!
Poor directions what type of cake and or pan was used?
I made this cake for my son's 7th birthday,I didn't buy the 12 ounce pound cake because it is small, I used 2 packs yellow cake mix instead and made two cakes. I used one cake for the lower part. and split the other cake into two halves, and used one of them for the upper part.I decorated it the same way, everyone loved it.
This is a small cake--which I was looking for. I got a 16 ounce pound cake and it served 8. It was very easy and cute. I used Reese's Pieces for the yellow candies and decorator frosting instead of the licorice. The chocolate frosting in the recipe was very good. It had a fudge-like flavor, but I added much more powdered sugar than the recipe called for in order to make it thick enough for frosting the cake. I made it for my grandson's birthday, and my daughter-in-law requested the same cake for her birthday.
I read some comments about how difficult it was split the cake in half, so I brought two pound cakes and stacked them ontop of one another. I made this cake for a presentation for my class. It turned out beautiful, I got an A.
I made this cake for my son's 10th birthday. How cute! It was easier to make than I thought it would be. Everyone loved it. It was really a hit--tasty too. My son thought the icing tasted great. Good cake for a pirate lover!
Made this for my son's 6th b-day party - the kids thought it was great! I didn't use pound cake, which made a big difference as it turned out too thin to cut the top but I still decorated it like the picture. Definitely a hit...only a couple pieces left and they went fast!
I made this cake for my daughter's birthday party & it was a huge hit ! It turned out just like the picture ! I used graham crumbs for the sand though cuz I had it on hand, looked great !
I used a cake mix in a 9x5 loaf pan and i tub of chocolate icing. Hint, cut across the cake about 3/4 of the way and the top won't fall off! Really liked the way the cake was decorated. Sure to be a hit at my son's birthday.
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