Ann Reardon

Candy Crush Saga Cake are you stuck on level 33, 65 or 97?

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Candy Crush Saga is played 700 million times a day and despite being free to download it earns the creators a whopping $850,000 a day.  As players get stuck on level 33, 65 and 97 and all the levels in between they look for cheats and spend money on extra lives, extra moves and lollipop hammers.  For all of you candy crush addicts here is a cake that you will love.

To make the Candy Crush Saga Cake you will need:

Cake 15cm (5.91 inches) x 15cm (5.91 inches) x 7.5cm (2.95 inches) tall (vanilla / chocolate )
1 quantity of buttercream frosting use the flavour of your choice and colour it pink
300g (10.58 ounces) white fondant*
50g (1.76 ounces) red fondant*
375g (13.23 ounces) milk chocolate
1 small packet of m&m’s (optional)
red gel colour
yellow gel colour
Paper towel
fondant smoother or a book
soft sugar pearls or small colourful round candies to decorate the freckle
Blue powdered food colour or blue gel colour
paint brush
template (click on image below to open in full size)

candy crush saga cake ann reardon




*fondant quantities are the amount used on the cake so allow a little extra for rolling



Fondant Glaze (makes fondant shiny for 4 hours)
1/4 tsp vodka
1/4 tsp water


by Ann Reardon How To Cook That


I have been busy over the last year planning, writing and overseeing the photography and layout for my first ever cookbook! There are heaps of my favourite dessert recipes in there with a chapter on pastries, ice-cream, yummy cakes, artistic desserts and of course chocolate desserts. Each chapter has its own intro explaining the food science that you'll need to know for success every time. Booksellers where you can purchase your very own copy:

All recipe quantities in the book are in grams, ounces and cups.

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  2. Rating: 5

    I made this for my boyfriends birthday and he loved it! 🙂 I also added some cake pops in the shape of the candy crush candies with the cake off cuts. Thanks so much for this recipe it’s been one of my favourite cakes to make 🙂

  3. Rating: 5

    Hi Anne,
    I love this cake and will be making it for my mother’s b’day. How long would the chocolate/fondant candies last once they are put together? I was hoping to make them a couple of weeks in advance, and assemble on the day, as we live in different states. Would they still be OK to use if kept in the fridge?
    Thanks – love your videos 🙂

    • Hi Amanda, If you want to make the fondant chocolate pieces in advance, a week or so ahead should be fine. What you don’t want is for the chocolate to ‘sweat’. Except for the freckle, I would suggest completely covering the chocolate in fondant so it is sealed in to keep it fresh and store in a cool dry place so the fondant dries out nicely. Chocolate on it’s own keeps quite well but if it gets too warm you will get the oil impacting the fondant. Don’t add your shine spray till the day of presentation.

      • Rating: 5

        Thanks Ann, I left the fondant out to dry, and freckle in the fridge. Had a couple of modifications to the cake, but overall my mum was impressed. Thanks for your awesome tutorials 🙂

        • Hi Amanda, Your cake turned out fabulously! Well done!

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