Santa claus Cake Recipe-Christmas Special,santa claus cake design,santa claus cake


Cake 1 box yellow cake mix with pudding
Water, vegetable oil and eggs
 For Frosting and Decorations:
 1 large marshmallow 1 container ,vanilla creamy ready to spread frosting ,1/2 cup flaked coconut ,
1-2 tbspss red sugar ,1 tbspred edible glitter ,1 large green gumdrop, halved 1 miniature marshmallow 3 strands pull apart red licorice twists,strawberries.


 Heat oven to 350°F (or 325°F for dark or nonstick pan). Generously grease pan with shortening; lightly flour.In large bowl, beat cake mix, water, oil and eggs with electric mixer on low speed until blended,scraping bowl occasionally.Bake until toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. Cool 10mins.Carefully remove cake from pan to cooling rack. Cool completely, about 30mins. Cut and assemble cake pieces on foil-covered cardboard. Frost large marshmallow with vanilla frosting; dip in coconut. Set aside. Frost assembled cake with remaining vanilla frosting. Sprinkle redsugar, strawberries on cake for top of hat; sprinkle red edible glitter on top of red sugar. Sprinkle coconut on cake for border of hat and beard. Place large coconut-coated marshmallow on top of hat for tassel. Place gumdrop halves, sugar-side-up, on cake for eyes, mini marshmallow for nose and red licorice twists for mouth. Sprinkle red sugar on cake for cheeks.

About Santa Claus:

The American image of Santa Claus was further elaborated by illustrator Thomas Nast, who depicted a rotund Santa for Christmas issues of Harper's magazine from the 1860s to the 1880s. Nast added such details as Santa's workshop at the North Pole and Santa's list of the good and bad children of the world. A human-sized version of Santa Claus, rather than the elf of Moore's poem, was depicted in a series of illustrations for Coca-Cola advertisements introduced in 1931 that introduced and made the red Santa Suits an icon. In modern versions of the Santa Claus legend, only his toy-shop workers are elves. Rudolph, the ninth reindeer, with a red and shiny nose, was invented in 1939 by an advertising writer for the Montgomery Ward Company. Thanks for Visiting

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