EMOJI CAKES #desserts #sweets

View. The modest emoticon! The absolute most ideal approach to communicate complex feelings with negligible exertion. Would you like to pass on "I'm so humiliated at this moment and furthermore I truly need a taco"? That resembles 2 emoticons in that spot. Shouldn't something be said about "I'm feeling fine new wild, similar to a woman moving in a charming red dress"? There's an emoticon for that as well!

My preferred emoticons, however, are the heart-eyes and kissy face. I use heart-eyes for everything from adorable little infants to delightful chocolate cakes, and everything in the middle. What's more, kissy face? That one's useful for completing wry answers AND true articulations of affection. Emoticons: adaptable, fun, and now… delightful!

These smaller than normal emoticon cakes are produced using 3 fundamental components: natively constructed chocolate cake, yellow buttercream, and a sparkly yellow coating. The designs are simple, as well: red fondant hearts and dark sugarcoating. They're similar to a gourmet and in vogue variant of the universally adored indulgence, Hostess nibble cakes!

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EMOJI CAKES #desserts #sweets #cake #emoticon #gift


  • 6 oz butter at room temperature
  • 4.75 oz granulated sugar (2/3 cup)
  • 5 oz brown sugar (2/3 cup packed)
  • 2 eggs at room temperature
  • 2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 7.8 oz all-purpose flour (1¾ cups)
  • 3 oz sifted unsweetened cocoa powder (1 cup)
  • 1½ tsp baking soda
  • ½ tsp salt
  • 12 oz buttermilk (1 ½ cups)


  • 4 oz pasteurized egg whites (1/2 cup)
  • 1 lb powdered sugar (4 cups)
  • ¼ tsp salt
  • 1 lb unsalted butter
  • 1 ½ TBSP vanilla extract
  • Yellow gel food coloring


  • 18 oz yellow candy coating
  • ¾ cup heavy cream
  • 2 oz Red fondant
  • 2 oz Black candy coating


  1. Line a half sheet pan (13x18”) with parchment or foil, and spray it with nonstick cooking spray. Preheat the oven to 350 F.
  2. Add the butter and both sugars to the bowl of a large stand mixer fitted with a paddle attachment. Beat them together on medium-high speed, until light and fluffy, about 5 minutes. Add the eggs one at a time, beating well after each addition. Add the vanilla extract and mix it in.
  3. In a different bowl, sift together the flour, cocoa powder, baking soda, and salt. With the mixer running on low, add a quarter of the sifted flour mixture. When the flour streaks have almost all disappeared, add a third of the buttermilk to the mixing bowl. When that’s incorporated, continue to add the drys and wets in an alternating pattern, ending with the dry ingredients.
  4. When the dry ingredients are nearly incorporated, stop the mixer. Scrape down the bottom and sides of the bowl with a rubber spatula, and finish mixing the cake by hand. Pour the batter into the prepared pan and smooth it into an even layer. Bake the cake for 15 minutes, until a toothpick inserted into the center comes out with just a few moist crumbs attached. Cool the cake completely before using.


  1. Combine the whites, powdered sugar, and salt in the bowl of a large stand mixer fitted with a paddle attachment. Mix everything together on low speed, until the sugar is moistened and no dry patches remain. Turn off the mixer, scrape down the sides and bottom of the bowl with a spatula, then turn the mixer to medium speed. Beat on medium for 5 minutes.
  2. After 5 minutes, turn the mixer to medium-low and start adding the softened room temperature butter, 1-2 tablespoons at a time. Once all of the butter is incorporated, add the vanilla extract and mix it in. Stop the mixer and scrape down the bottom and sides once more. Turn the speed to medium and beat the buttercream for 10 minutes. At the end, you’ll have a frosting with a wonderfully light and creamy texture. Add the yellow gel food coloring, a few drops at a time, until you get a bold yellow color you like.


  1. Cut the cooled cake in half widthwise, and transfer one half to a sturdy cake cardboard or cutting board. Spread a layer of frosting about ½-inch thick on the cake, and top with the second half of the cake. Refrigerate the cake for about an hour to firm up the frosting and make it easier to get clean cuts.
  2. Use a 3-inch circular cutter to cut 8 circles out of the cake—you’ll need to space them closely together to get them all to fit. Use a paring knife to cut all the way down around the cutter if you have trouble getting it through the thickness of the cake.
  3. Place each cake on a little cardboard circle, to make it easier to transfer, and spread a thin layer of frosting on the outside of each cake. This traps the crumbs and prevents them from showing through the yellow glaze. Refrigerate the cakes briefly to firm up the frosting while you prepare the hearts and glaze.
  4. Dust a work surface with a thin layer of powdered sugar and roll the fondant to less than 1/8-inch thick. Use a small heart cutter to cut hearts out of the fondant—you’ll need 2 hearts per cake if you want to make heart-eye emojis, and 1 heart/cake if you want to make the kissy face emoji.
  5. Combine the yellow candy coating and the cream in a bowl, and microwave for 1 minute. Whisk, and continue to stir and microwave in short increments until the coating is completely melted and smooth. At first it will be very thin, so let it cool at room temperature for 15-20 minutes, until it has thickened a bit. It should still flow like maple syrup—don’t wait until it’s too thick to be fluid. If it’s gotten too thick, reheat it in 5-second increments and whisk until it’s fluid again.
  6. Cover your work surface with waxed paper or parchment, place a wire rack on the paper, and put the frosted cakes on the wire rack. Pour the glaze over the cakes. Pour it right in the center so that it flows down and covers the sides. Touch up any bald spots with a spatula, and let them sit at room temperature until the yellow coating is set.
  7. Melt the black candy coating in the microwave, and transfer it to a piping bag or paper cone. Pipe a dab of coating on the back of a fondant heart to affix it to the cake, and decorate the top with the emoji design of your choice.

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