Gluten Free, Wheat Free delicious chocolate pig cake!
Once it has cooled a little, pour on top of the cake to make it look like mud. Pop straight back into the fridge.
Take pig cake out of fridge and then you can add your piggies!
Tie your finished cake with a nice ribbon.
For bathing pig Take 20g pink icing and roll into a ball for the pigs head. Take 30g for its tummy and roll into another flatter ball. Make 4 pea sized balls for the trotters. Make a small oval shape for the snout and 2 small triangle pieces for the ears. Using a tooth pick or decorating utensils, make the indentations. Attach the ears, head and snout with edible glue.
For sitting pig Same as bathing pig except you need 5g each for pigs arms rolled into a sausage shape. Make features for the pig using a toothpick. If pig doesn't stay upright use a toothpick to anchor it.
For pig bottoms 20g icing rolled into ball. Make an indentation using a toothpick for the bottom cheeks, and then make a little hole. Roll the fondant out into a very thin worm shape and twirl into a little tail. Attach with edible glue.