INSIDE OUT CAKE How To Cook That Ann Reardon Disney Pixar Movie Cake
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INSIDE OUT CAKE How To Cook That Ann Reardon Disney Pixar Movie Cake


Welcome to How To Cook That I am Ann Reardon And today yes I’ve heard all your requests
we are making an inside out cake. And because it is inside out we have crazy colours on
the out side and on the inside I want to know who your favourite character from the movie
was. I liked joy let me know who you liked in the comments below. Now to make this to start with you will need
to make one sponge cake and you are going to need to bake it and cool it and then crumble
it up. You can do that by hand or if you have a food processor you can use that instead. Now you need to make up another batch of the
sponge cake recipe – I have a video showing how to make this cake I’ll put everything
you need to know for this cake on thehowtocookthat.net recipe post for this week and I’ll put a link
to that below. Once you’ve made your batter grab four bowls
and put 1 cup of those cake crumbs into each one. Then add half a cup of the cake batter
and stir it through until you get a thick paste that can hold it’s own shape. Next we want to colour each bowl by mixing
in some food colouring. I am going to make some blue for sadness, green for disgust,
orange for joy – they were kind of orangey yellow but orange looks better in the cake
and red for anger. Then take the remaining cake batter and fold
through some pink and blue food colour to make a purple. Add a scoop of the purple to the bottom of
three lined 20cm or 8″ round cake tins. Then put the coloured mixture into a piping
bag fitted with a large round piping tip. And pipe a circle of blue into the pan. Then
in the next pan pipe a different sized circle of blue so when you slice the cake the blue
dots are in different places. They are not just all lined up down as you go.
Now I’ve seen this effect done using cake pop balls before but if you do it that way
when you cut into the cake only some slices are going to have some of the centre of the
balls and other slices are going to have the edges of them and it is just not going to
look good and even. Doing it this way means all the slices look
exactly the same. We are baking it in three tins instead of two because the circles sink
to the bottom so we are going to make three making three thinner layers of cakes with
circles through them. Then add the rest of the purple cake batter
over the top. and bake it in the oven until they are cooked. Then let them cool and level
off the tops. Put some purple frosting onto a cake board,
add your first layer of cake then more frosting. And continue to stack up your layers. Use
a spatula to smooth the frosting that is around the edge of the cake into those gaps there.
Then put the remaining frosting into a piping bag fitted with a large flat piping tip. Pipe
a thin layer of frosting over the whole cake. I am using a bought frosting today and no
one in my family liked the taste of this compared to homemade so I’d suggest you use the recipe
that I’ll put on the website for you. Use your spatula to smooth it off or you can
use the back of a large knife if you don’t have a spatula just look in your draw and
use what you’ve got. Now we are going to decorate the sides so don’t worry about getting them
perfect. Smooth off the top and then place it onto your plate or cake platter. Take some gum balls and put them in a plastic
bag and then add some white luster dust, shake the bag and rub it around until the gum balls
all have a fine coat of the luster dust and this gives them like a shimmery effect like
the memories in the inside out movie. Add a row of gum balls all the way around
the base of your cake. Then take some bubble gum tape and stretch it along one edge to
make it curve around. If it is breaking it may help to warm it in the microwave for 10
seconds particularly if it is cold where you live. Once you have a nice rounded piece add
it on top of the gumballs around the cake. If you can;t get bubble gum tape where you
live you could use fondant for this instead. Add another row of memories and then bubble
gum tape and continue all the way to the top. To make the console take some white fondant
and roll it into a thick cylinder. Put it up on one end and using the edges of your
palms of your hand roll and put pressure in the middle so it becomes fatter at the top
and bottom and skinnier in the middle. Then shape it to be more of an oval shape as you
go. Then use your fingers just to smooth down and flatten around the top edge of the console.
Run a knife around the edge just to make sure it is nice and smooth and even. Then add two cake pop sticks down into the
base. And these will just make sure that it stands up on the cake and doesn’t fall over.
Then poke that into the top of the cake towards the front edge of it. Now for some control
buttons Use a piping tip to make some big circles and the other side of it to make smaller
ones draw some lines with a knife and decorations and some edible food colouring wherever you
want them to be. In the movie if you’ve seen it then you will
already know the five main characters were the emotions anger, fear, joy, disgust and
sadness and they control Riley’s the thoughts and behaviours using this control panel. Now it’s a bit of a deep movie so a deep question
for you… other than these emotions what else should be involved in leading your thoughts
and your behaviour? So for example in the car this week someone side swiped our car
and they didn’t even stop they just drove off. Should you be sad and angry and chase
them down and get road rage happening. Or should we have other things involved there
like wisdom and self-control, what about things like peace, patience, kindness and gentleness
and peace, goodness, your other values – where do you get those from? Let me know in the
comments below what do you think other than your emotions what should control your thoughts
and your behaviour? Now we can add our characters to the top of
the cake. Now we could make all of these out of fondant but you’ve been asking for an easy
cake – adding toys to the top is definitely the easiest way to make a cake. Then of course
when you take a slice of the cake you will reveal all the memories inside too. Subscribe to how to cook that for more cakes,
chocolates and desserts, click here for the recipe, here for last weeks bean boozled challenge,
here for all of my other videos. This cake was requested by sofia, litzy, pinkgummybear,
faith, zeinab, kensey, jekaylee and all of these wonderful subscribers. Put your requests int he comments below. Have a great week and I’ll see you all on
Friday – well actually I might put up a bonus video this week so look out for that one too. [music: youtube.com/setsailtv used with permssion]

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100 thoughts on “INSIDE OUT CAKE How To Cook That Ann Reardon Disney Pixar Movie Cake

  1. make sure you also check out my brand new MAKEUP cake 😀 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cY9Doph45cI

  2. Anger is what I like.
    Because he gives out
    fire in his head and always puts an idea in Riley's mind.

  3. 아리키친님도 인사이드아웃 케이크를 만드셨는데 외국분 영상을 참고하셨댔어요:-) 아마 이 영상도 참고하셨던것 같네요

  4. Determination, justice, bravery, patience, integrity, kindness, perseverance

    You can say i’m a big undertale fan

  5. I don't think Joy, Anger, Disgust, Sadness, and Fear ONLY represent those things. Disgust is responsible for Riley's fashion sense as well as her sense of taste. We see she is also responsible for sarcasm. "Peace" is no doubt under the division of Sadness and Joy. Joy represents optimism as well as happiness. Sadness has empathy. Anger, fairness. Anger is also the simple act of being stern or strict. Anger is discipline. We see how Sadness and Anger can function with Riley's parents. Fear is curiosity, since Fear leads the mind of a cat. Fear is also patience, which we see when he forces Riley to slow down and we see how patient Fear himself is. Fear is rationale. So there isn't a need for any other emotions imo. The five they gave us really neatly cover every emotion we can have between emotions that directly relate to them and them alone, or ones that are created through overlap between two or more of them.

    The five emotions they gave are enough since none of them a ONLY one emotion, and combining them creates other emotions (like Sadness and Joy making a bittersweet memory). Love isn't an emotion- it make you feel other emotions. Joy is the only "positive" emotion because any other positive emotion makes you some variant of happy, but negative emotions run a different gamut. Anger is not really relatable to to sadness. Sadness is not especially relatable to disgust. Disgust isn't really related to fear. Fear isn't related to anger. If you are angry you aren't necessarily disgusted. But if you're relived you're definitely some level of happy. If you're content you're some level of happy. That's how I see it. Joy is the only "positive" feeling because all "positive" feelings relate to happiness.

  6. Let’s take a moment of silence and think about the sponge cake that sacrificed their life in the beginning of this video.

  7. Hi if u dont mind can u make a sylveon cake?or an alolan raichu the pose where raichu is flying with its tail?

  8. I understand why you didn’t add Fear’s balls. They’re PURPLE like the main cake. Back when I was younger, I found it a little unfair for Fear. I wonder if blue-based purple would make it difference.

  9. I think sixlets would have been better or other round candies? I feel like having gum on a cake would be gross

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