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Barbie by Rona

Barbie

Barbie

 

Marshmallow fondant icing with pink Hopper colour. Piped icing detail on the skirt. Butterfly confetti decoration. Barbie fairy doll.

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Ariel by Rona

Ariel

Ariel

Marble Cake in the Thermomix My Way Of Cooking cookbook. I used carob powder instead of cocoa powder. Hopper blue colour (coloured from fruit and veg purchased from Allergy train) for the butter cream icing. Hopper green and pink for the marshmallow fondant icing to make the sea weed. Biscuits crumbed in the Thermomix for the sand. Ariel, crab, turtle and shells all decorations.

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Super Mario Item Block by Di

Super Mario Item Block cake

Super Mario Item Block cake

To make this cake I sandwiched together four caramel mud cakes to achieve a cube.  The recipe is here www.taste.com.au/recipes/12743/caramel+mud+cake.  Tweaked it a bit to make it failsafe – I reduced the vanilla to 1 tsp and used normal brown sugar not the dark.  (Note: this recipe is amazing gluten free).

Covered with a butter icing coloured with Hopper natural colour.  The question mark is Queens royal icing and the dots are Nestlé white melts.

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Prank Patrol by Debbie

Prank Patrol

Prank Patrol

This is made using the ‘Never Fail Carob Cake’ recipe doubled  (page 200 of The Fed Up Cookbook).  The tweaks were gluten free SR flour, rice milk and cocoa powder.  DS9 is failsafe, gluten free, dairy free but can tolerate a low level of amines.

It was an absolute hit with all the kids.  No one had any idea and the cake tasty and moist and was demolished in no time!!!

The Prank Patrol van is a model ambulance bought at a toy store, hand painted purple with the appropriate signage found on the internet.  Similarly, Prank Patrol logo was also from the internet and downloaded.  Best thing about this was the car still is in his collection and takes pride and joy.

This cake is a great base for whatever special decorations you want to use that aren’t edible!!!