Whopper Cake

Some time ago on pinterest, I saw a cake covered in whoppers and thought it looked pretty cool. When I was a bridesmaid in a wedding earlier this year and they asked the wedding party to bring desserts to the wedding, I decided to make a whopper cake (and a cheesecake, but that’s another story). I don’t often make chocolate desserts since my husband is allergic, but since this was for a bunch of people at a wedding I figured it was a good chance to play with chocolate.

Whoppers covered chocolate cake

As I was making two desserts the night before the wedding, I made this cake with boxed cake mix and canned icing. I used one box of devil’s food chocolate cake to make two 9″ rounds, and chocolate icing. After stacking and icing the cakes, I stuck whoppers on/around the whole cake – using the icing as an adhesive. It took about one and a half of those 12 oz cartons of whoppers. They stuck on pretty well, but I brought some of the leftover whoppers to the wedding to replace a few that got dislodged on the car ride to the church. I didn’t actually get to taste it since it was gone by the time the wedding party got inside from taking pictures, but I did get lots of great comments and questions about it at the reception πŸ™‚ You could use icing to stick all kinds of candies to a cake – I think it would be really fun with something in rainbow colors like M&Ms or skittles.

And here’s a picture of Eddie & me at the wedding. The bride wanted us to all wear green and each have a different accessory color to match our bouquets. Mine was orange (obviously), and I ended up making my dress, jewelry, and headband.

Green Bridesmaid Dress

45 thoughts on “Whopper Cake

  1. Oh my goodness my mom would just flip for this. She LOVES Whoppers. I might have to make her one πŸ™‚ Love the orange headband and jewelry for the wedding too! I wouldn’t have thought of those colors together but I love the combo!

  2. Oh my word!!! I must have a piece!!! Oh, your hubby is allergic to chocolate πŸ™

    Thanks so much for sharing at The DIY Dreamer.. From Dream To Reality!

  3. So, so gorgeous!! Not to mention yummy πŸ™‚ My Dad is a hug whoppers fan so this would be perfect for his birthday! I was just reading in your profile that you are an engineering graduate student and was wondering what field of engineering you are studying? I only ask because my BS is in EEE. Thanks so much for sharing at Mom On Timeout!

  4. That looks ridiculously good! I, too, pinned a similar image thinking it would be a good idea, because it would cover up my not-so-awesome frosting skills! Visiting from the Linky Party!

  5. I absolutely LOVE whoppers…so, this cake intrigues me…enough that I just might have to give it a try! How can one go wrong with Whoppers πŸ™‚ Thanks for sharing with Toot Your Horn Tuesday! Can’t wait to see what you link up next!


  6. My cousin just showed me a cake covered in jelly beans and it was really cute (sounds like a similar idea to using M&M’s or Skittles). I love this idea too. Whoppers are fantastic!

  7. This Whopper cake looks amazing!! And what a cute cake. We’re so glad you linked up to our “Strut Your Stuff Saturday.” Thanks for coming and we hope you’ll be back. -The Sisters

  8. Okay, I absolutely love this cake!! I have seen you linked up to several parties and had to stop by and tell you how much I love this! i definitley have to try this!! I think this would be a great cake for my mom’s bday! Whoppers were always our guilty pleasure…we would pick up a carton and eat the whole thing! Or for easter we always get bags of the whopper eggs! πŸ™‚

    I would absolutely love for you to stop by and link this whopper cake up to our Naturally-Nifty party that is going on right now!


  9. Love the cake! My 13-year-old daughter can’t wait to try it. You did a great job on the dress and accessories.

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