Hello, it’s Ro! Welcome to another Nerdy
Nummies, today I got so many requests for something Hello Kitty, and I’ve been
getting these requests for weeks, so I was like, OK, before I start doing creepy
Halloween stuff, I’m gonna do something Hello Kitty. Hello Kitty! I went to Michaels and I found this really
cute Kitty cake pan, and I think it was like, $10, I’ll put a link below so
that you can go order it and check it out if you’re interested. Da-na-new! So today, we are gonna make a Hello Kitty
Cake! The things that you’ll need today will be:
a big mixing bowl, electric beater, or you can use a whisk, whatever you want, spatula,
1/3 cup of butter, a cup of water, 3 eggs, I’m using yellow box cake mix, but
you can use any of your favorite recipes, just make sure that the cake mix doesn’t
have anything chunky like large chocolate chips, or nuts, you want a very smooth cake
batter. Because we’re gonna be using fondant. And Pam baking spray, but you
can use Crisco or anything else to coat your pan. Let’s get started! Once your batter is done you’re gonna preheat
the oven to 325, and you’re gonna bake for about 35 minutes. We’re also going to grease the Hello Kitty baking
pan, make sure to get all the corners… And then you’re just going to pour in a
bunch of batter! Ahhhhhh, waterfall of batter! And then we put it in the oven! So, while that’s baking, fun fact, we got
a new piece of art in the kitchen, you have to check it out! Uh, my roommate Dodger ordered this, its 1
of her favorite artists, 2 hipster Hobbits drinking coffee. I really like it
because her and I both really, really like coffee, we’re from the Northwest so
we kind of love Starbucks, so… And they’re both Hobbits, and we’re both
really small, so we’re like, it’s us! And this ones saying, it comes in Venti, I’m
so getting one! So this is the new fancy piece of art in the kitchen! I was like, these walls look so bare, I used
to have Rosie the Riveter over here but, uh, she fell off the wall. I think actually
Day9, I think he knocked it off the wall and it broke or something. I’m
not sure, it was on an episode of Nerdy Nummies, this is a dangerous wall. Cakes readys! To decorate! I looks so cute! It came
out of the oven, make sure it’s had plenty of time to cool, and then I took a
cake leveler and I leveled it so that it’s all the same. And now we are going
to frost. I am using a vanilla buttercream frosting. You want to use thick
and creamy frostings because they really make the best substrate to lay fondant
on. The whipped are a little too light and they kind of move around too much. And you’re just gonna take a glob and frost
the entire cake. Once your cake is completely frosted, it’s
time to roll out the white fondant and put it on top. I put the fondant on top of wax paper and
then I coated it with a little bit of powdered sugar, so that the fondant doesn’t
stick to the table. Roll it over the top! Boom! And then you’re just gonna go along the
sides of your cake. Push down, connecting the fondant to the frosting. Then you go along
the edges and cut off the excess fondant. I’m using a little, uh,
roll-y cutter and going around. Ta-da! Here is the white fondant all on top
of the cake. And the next thing we’re gonna do is make her red bow out of red fondant. Now I’m taking the red fondant, I’m gonna
roll it out, just a little, just a little bit. Just a little
bit! Take a pinch of powdered sugar, just a little,
put it in the corner where the bow is, because we’re gonna mold the fondant
to look just like the bow! Give, give it a little pfft, pfft! Yeah, to
get the excess out of there. And in your face is the best, pfft, pfft! Way to bake! Pfft! Now we’re gonna take the red fondant, we’re
just gonna press it in there, and then what we’re gonna do is peel it up, and it
will have that mold in there, and then we’ll cut it out and put it on
the cake. Don’t worry if there’s powdered sugar
on top of you fondant, because you can just take a paper towel and just brush it off,
because it’s just sugar, doesn’t matter, no big deal! Now, the final decoration step, we’re just
gonna add a little bit of frosting for her eyes, nose and whiskers! Little kitty cat! Ta-da! Here’s our Hello Kitty Cake! She’s
so cute! I love her big bow, yum-num-num-num-num! Aw! If you have any more suggestions for any other
Nerdy Nummies, please let me know, leave your comment below and I will do my
best to make it happen! Halloween is coming up this month, so be really
spooky ideas for Nerdy Nummies, let me know, those are my favorite! OK, thanks for watching, bye-bye!


  1. Omg I'm watching this in 2017 and when I first saw this when it was 2013 I thought it was so good quality but it is not very good compared to now. lol

  2. Make a snow White cake ???❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

  3. Ro. This was the first video i saw of yours. It amazed me. How could one carve the shape of a character i was so familiar with into a cake. This video opened a new page of my life. I got really into baking for a while and it brought me so much joy. All because of you. I could not only find joy from you through your videos and baking. I owned a set of bedclothes with hello kittys face printed all over. I turned my duvet upside down and kept it like that on my bed. Each night i would lift my knees up and have one of the hello kitty faces draped over my knees. I would pretend to copy you from levelling the cake to pressing the red fondant neatly into the ‘bow’ groove in the baking tin. I would do this every single night until i fell asleep for as long as i used those bedclothes. I have kept the set of bedclothes to this day as that is just such an interesting memory that i cherish. Thank you ro. You truly deserve the world.

  4. That was the first video I seen from her channel I was 4 years old when I saw this video now I’m will be turning 12 in 2 months

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