10 of the Biggest Cakes Ever Made
What would you class as a big cake? Maybe a wedding cake with more than 6 tiers or a birthday cake that is the size of a tractor wheel? Well, sorry to disappoint, but here at Adams cakes, we have found ten of the biggest cakes ever made that will blow a bog standard cake out of the water and have you salivating both at the wonders you could create for your birthday or wedding cake!
Back in 2004 the Mohegan Sun Casino in Connecticut, USA received the Guinness World Record for the largest wedding cake. Weighing a whopping 6.18 tonnes it was made as a display piece for a bridal fayre.
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This was the extravagant cake made for the Centennial Birthday party of Las Vegas back in 2005. The cake used 30,000 half-sheet cakes and over 18 tonnes of frosting. That’s Vegas baby!
Fairy Liquid created the largest cake sculpture in London’s Westfield Shopping Centre for Charity in November 2014. It measured a whopping 12.17m x 9.80m x 41cm, and was divvied up into over 12,000 portions. Let us know if you were lucky enough to bag a slice.
The detail on this Taj Mahal replica cake made in Bangalore in 2010 is immense. At 6.7 metres long and 4.2m wide, it is the biggest cake ever made in India. Hope it tastes as good as it looks.
Cake makers in Seiersberg, Austria created this scrumptious looking sponge cake that bears the town’s Coat of Arms. It’s the world’s largest sponge cake at roughly 8m x 6m and used over 3,000 eggs and 500kg of fruit!
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This cake is practically the size of a country and was made for Saudi National Day back in 2013. What better tribute to your country than an enormous cake replica of it!
This huge construction was a wedding cake made in Seattle in 1962 and is still tipped to be the worlds largest cake. It’s over 7m tall and weighed 11.3 tonnes! That is one big cake!
Hmmm, doesn’t that look divine? This 8 m high cake was made in a shopping mall in China and took 20 chefs 24 hours to make.
The Dong Yan Wedding Cake in the Philippines is quite the masterpiece. At 3.65m high this could be the world’s largest wedding cake that was actually eaten by guests.
The Longest Fruit Cake in the world was made in Nicaragua and measured an incredible 504.34 metres. It even had icing and candied fruit to finish. Delicious!
So there you have it, 10 of the biggest cakes ever made. With cakes that big there will definitely be a few leftover slices for the host to take home! If that’s made you hungry, why not try a slice or two of one of our special creations? We can’t promise 18 tonnes of frosting, but we can make something that’s so special you’ll either want to share it with everyone or keep it all for yourself –either way, there won’t be any leftovers!!