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This cake is sure to be a hit at your child's next party. At 12 servings, it makes enough to feed a crowd.
Add a Mini OREO Bite Size Cookie to the pirate's chin to create an unsightly mole.
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This is an excellent cake-especially if your 4 year old enjoys the idea of Pirates so much, he chose to dress-up as his costume for Halloween. This will give him a thrill for his birthday party too.
I missed that you had highlighted the pattern in the instructions. When I went back and reread the recipe I found the hint and went to the pattern. Well done Kraft Kitchens! Even an amateur can follow these directions. I think the 'eye patch' should be edible-perhaps a full sized Oreo or a piece of a full-sized Tootsie Roll rolled out and cut to shape (eat and enjoy what you don't use on the cake).
I used chocolate and vanilla frosting in place of the cool whip and pudding. I also used black decorating icing to make the eyepatch, and the kids wanted a smile instead of a frown. The design is great and everyone liked the "pirate cake". (I'm sure cool whip and pudding would be good too, but my kids love frosting!)