Anyway, then I covered it with Fondant. See how sharp the corners and edges are? You can't get that with buttercream. Lovely. It looks a bit cloudy because of the powdered sugar/cornstarch mixture I use when smoothing the sides. It won't be there soon. I wanted to do a blue one too, but couldn't find it this time. I love the green though. It's my first time working with it.
Also for this cake one of the boys attending is allergic to eggs, so I made my first egg-less cake. After reading about different options online I found this post and decided to try it(using my normal recipe, with the tofu as a substituted for eggs). Using 1/4 C tofu in place of each egg. It worked great! The taste wasn't exactally the same, and certianly not a permanent change but it was surprisinly good, still better than anything in a box! And the guest with the allergies loved that he was actually able to partake of the party goodies!
And the final cake. I decided not to put the Lego logo on the top of every dot because it's just so cute this way I didn't want to risk messing it up with my horrid handwriting skills. I used the same steaming technique I used on this cake to get the shiny look. I loved it, and luckily so did my son and his friends. So there you have it, a Lego cake, the only question now is if my other son want's a Lego party too what will I do for his cake???