I am a very big fan of Open-World RPG games. I have played all the big titles like The Witcher, Minecraft, Fallout 4, Final Fantasy, Assassin’s Creed and many more. But the one Open World RPG game that is really close to my heart is The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
My dad gifted me a Nintendo Switch on my birthday, and the first game I played in it was The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The game is absolutely amazing with an epic story, loveable characters, and great fights.
There were many curative items in the game but the one that attracted me the most was the Monster Cake. The Monster Cake was used in the cake to restore the health of a character and since then, I have been wondering what if I had the Monster Cake recipe and make it at my home, will it also restore my energy?
And one day, I was going through videos of Legends of Zelda and I got recommended the Monster Cake recipe, I followed the whole recipe and tried to make it at my home. And after few unsuccessful attempts, I made the exact Monster Cake as I imagined. It was tasty and delicious and the chocolaty horns just boosts the taste of the overall cake.
Today, I am gonna share the Monster Cake recipe with you all. I bet after following this recipe, you’ll be able to make the exact Monster Cake at home, just like you saw in the game.
Ingredients Required To Make Monster Cake Recipe
|White Chocolate||6 ounces|
|Corn Syrup||1/4 cup|
|All-Purpose Flour||2 cups|
|Baking Powder||3 tsp|
|Vegetable Oil||1/2 cup|
|Purple Yam Jam/ Grated Ube||4 ounces|
|Ube Extract||4 ounces|
|Cream Cheese||8 ounces|
|Sifted Powdered Sugar||4 cups|
|Violet Food Coloring||1 tsp|
|Brown Food Coloring||1 tsp|
|Any Topical Fruit (Coconut, Pineapple or Mango)||4 ounces|
Monster Cake Recipe
For Chocolaty Horns
- Firstly melt the white chocolate and put some corn syrup in it and mix it well till it comes in the thick paste form.
- Now wrap a plastic sheet around the mixture and allow it to cool at room temperature.
- Now after it cools down properly, remove the plastic sheet and add some violet food colouring until you haven’t reached your desired colour.
- Now shape into the form of horns and if the chocolate becomes a little bit oily, add some corn syrup in it.
- Now put it in a refrigerator to cool up.
For the Cake
- While the chocolate is cooling up in the refrigerator, take a bowl and mix baking powder, 3/4 cup sugar, flour, and salt and mix them together.
- Now take another bowl and add vegetable oil, egg yolks, milk, grated ube, ube extract and the violet food colouring until the desired colour is reached.
- Now mix it with the mixture that you’ve made in point 6 and mix everything well.
- Now add 3/4 cup Sugar in it and mix it well until glossy stiff peak forms.
- Now take a cupcake pan and fill it with the cake batter you’ve just made and heat an oven at 350 F. And bake the cake for around 40 minutes until the exterior of the cake becomes golden brown.
- Put it on a wire rack and allow it to cool.
For the Frosting
- Now for the frosting, have a bowl of a stand mixer and beat cream cheese and butter in it.
- Add sifted powdered sugar and mix slowly using the mixer, but gradually increasing the speed until a thick frosting appears.
- Now divide this frosting into two equal parts and add ube extract in one half of the frosting until a light purple colour appears.
- Beat the other half of the frosting with your choice of tropical fruit and add brown food colour in it until the desired colour is achieved.
Assembling the Cake
- Now slice the baked cake into two parts.
- Sandwich the light purple frosting into the two cake parts and put the tropical cake frosting on the above of the top cake piece.
- Now for the monster look, press the chocolaty horns on each side of the tropical fruit frosting, and your monster cake is ready to serve.
Monster Cake Recipe Nutritional Information