Disney Pineapple pastry cake – Beam ’em all up Scotty


Hark! All Ye Netizens!!  No more Windows Eating (as in window shopping ) or Wishful ogling,drooling and sighing at all the delicious food pics on the net.

Years and years of drooling at the tempting displays of mouth watering goodies on the Windows (read computer screens) can soon come to an end. Because ‘Scotty ‘ is round the corner.

All those who have grown up watching the popular sci-fi television series Star Trek, know very well what I am talking about. “Beam me up, Scotty” was the command given by the Captain Kirik to his chief engineer, Montgomery “Scotty” Scott, when he wanted to be transported back to the Starship Enterprise. Star Trek-style ‘beaming up’ through space could become a reality in the near future.

German scientists have built a teleporter system that can scan an object and beam it to another location.The device, named after the operator of the transporter in the hit sci-fi TV series ‘Scotty’, digitizes an object in one place, destroying it in the process, and rebuilds it in another location.Click this link to see how it works

Just imagine if we can really beam up our dishes to each other across the globe, would it not be amazing!!

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I can’t talk anymore. I will check if I can order ‘Scotty’ online. Or maybe, I will book my next flight to Germany 😉

Request to all my friends and fellow bloggers:


However, if you choose to ignore, you never know, maybe I will beam myself up to your kitchen 😉


My ‘first’ wish list with ‘Scotty’:

  1. Angie’s Tangerine sesame chicken
  2. Linda’s Chaussons au Fromage et Épinard
  3. Selma’s Almond Orange and Tahini Biscuits
  4. Julie’s Pumpkin Pecan cheesecake
  5. Michelle’s Ferrero rocher cup cakes
  6. Lori’s Blackbean and squash enchiladas
  7. Prudy’s Hot chocolate smoothie
  8. Jhuls’s Chicken Mandi
  9. Sonal’s Mock Chocolate Tiramisu
  10. Loretta’s Impossible choco flan
  11. Judi’s Spiced meatballs
  12. Hilda’s Walnut and sumac eggplant Rolls
  13. Justine’s Luxury macaroni
  14. Nancy’s Asiago cheese Bagels
  15. Jess’s Apple Cinnamon Scones
  16. Sarah’s Raspberry meringues
  17. Arl’s Penne Alfredo
  18. Naina’s Honey and Nut Baklava
  19. Nell’s Chocolate pots
  20. Sandhya’s Tandoori salmon Pizza
  21. Vidya’s Ammini kozhukathai
  22. Chitra’s Quinoa Stuffed mushroom Pizza
  23. Kaila’s Italian Pizza bites
  24. Julianna’s Spicy Pineapple rice
  25. Fae’s Zuchhini Kuku
  26. Arl’s Red Lobster biscuits
  27. Aruna’s Kakinada kajalu
  28. Dave’s London fog cake
  29. Judilyn’s Anasazi
  30. Charanya’s Berry soft serve


(more lists to follow soon 🙂 )

After reading and talking so much about fictional characters  and food, I remembered it’s time already for Fiesta Friday. I decided to make a super moist pine apple pastry cake with disney characters to the party. The cake can be sliced up into individual pastries each with a famous cartoon character. This is for all the kids who are accompanying their moms to the party.



Disney Pine apple pastry cake


What you need:

  • 1 1/2 cups butter (338 g)
  • 3 cups sugar ( 600 g)
  • 5 large eggs
  • 1/2 cup aerated lemon drink ( 7 Up will do fine)
  • 3 cups Cake flour (420 g)
  • 1 tsp. lemon zest
  • 1 tsp. vanilla
  • 1/2 cup pineapple juice
  • 1 edible Disney character edible sheet
  • glaze spray (optional)



Grease bottom and sides of 2 (9-inch) rectangle cakepans ( I used a pan which fits the size of my edible disney sugar sheet); line bottoms with wax paper. Grease and flour wax paper.

Drain pineapple, reserving 3/4 cup juice. Remove 1/4 cup reserved juice for soaking the cake, and reserve crushed pineapple for Pineapple Filling.

Beat butter at medium speed with an electric mixer until creamy; gradually add sugar, beating well. Add eggs, 1 at a time, beating until blended after each addition.

Combine 1/2 cup reserved pineapple juice and soft drink. Add flour to butter mixture alternately with juice mixture, beginning and ending with flour. Beat at low speed until blended after each addition. Stir in extracts. Pour into prepared cake pans.

Bake at 350° for 25 to 30 minutes or until a wooden pick inserted in center comes out clean. Remove from pans immediately; cool on wire racks.

Spread whipped cream and Pineapple Filling between cake layers. Spread Cream  on sides of cake and on top.

Gently place the Disney sugar sheet on top of the cake and smooth-en. Spray glaze on top if needed. Pipe cream border around top, if desired.







a part of this recipe is extracted from Nannys recipes

This week’s FF is being co-hosted by Sonal @simplyvegetarian777 and Josette @thebrookcook. As usual our gracious host Angie@The Novice Gardener will be pleased to have you all there. Do join us…



45 thoughts on “Disney Pineapple pastry cake – Beam ’em all up Scotty

  1. Thank you so much for putting my salmon pizza on your wish list for ‘Scotty’! I am so honored!
    I would beam me up some of this delicious pineapple cake first. Looks simply awesome and I love pineapple flavor!
    Oh the joy if you beam yourself to my kitchen! It would be so much fun getting together and chatting and of course, cooking up a storm !

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  2. wooohoo macaroni made it to the wish list thank yuo and wow your cake looks amazing. My 9yr old just had his b.day party this would have gone down a treat. I was wonderng how they do those photograph types of tops on cakes, i guess you can get them made? x

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    1. mmm…macaroni…luxury treat!! Wish Wish Wish 🙂 Please do convey my warm wishes to the birthday boy. I was told we can make them to order. Though I got this one off the shelf Justine 🙂

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  3. Hehehe…Ordered and waiting, skd! I’m happy my bagels made your list. 🙂 This cake of yours will definitely make mine! When it comes to Disney, I’m such a big kid at heart. And on the plus side…it sounds delicious too!! Happy FF. 🙂


  4. So happy my Choco flan made your list skd. Beam me up some of your Disney cake, I know I’ll be like a lil kid when I’ve tasted it. Just precious, all the big and lil kids are sure gonna love this one 🙂 Happy FF!

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    1. Thanks a bunch Loretta ☺I have been eyeing the flan for quite a while now. Yumm…. Lets make a deal. The entire pineapple cake for just a slice of that delicious chocoflan 😊


    1. OMG! Me and my carelessness. My apologies dear Vidya. Please overlook. I was getting over excited and made the goof up. Sorry😢😰😓.I meant Ammini Kozhukattai and i very well know you Vidya. It was a typing error.


  5. What a great post Skd – I would love to transport my meatballs to you but not me as I like my feet on the ground. LOL! I remember that show – it brought back some old memories! I love the cake – I did one for my husband, I gave the cake decorator about 6 different pictures of Gene from birth to a “big birthday” and they gave me edible sheets to put around the cake I made. Everyone loved it 🙂

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    1. Thank you Judi 🙂 Your spiced meatballs are to dive for.mmmm.. Wow! That’s an awesome idea. Your husband must have been very touched by your gesture. You are a real gem of a person. I am so proud to be a part of your community. Thanks again ❤ ❤

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  6. Just saw this post and it’s brilliant! Great cake and love all the Star Trek stuff… I am on standby by the way, ready to beam up or go on any away missions bodly looking for new cakes! 🙂

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    1. Thank you for the yummy offer.Not on standby but i would want your cakes on high priority. It’s just that I just came to know you and I thought it would be rude to demand cakes on our second meeting lol 😀

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