Another creation using Hopper’s colouring, you can see how it’s the non-food items that really make this work. Well, that and Anne’s piping skills.
This doll was a cheapie and has had her legs broken off. (Don’t do this in front of the kids if you don’t want them to have birthday-cake-related trauma!!)
Why has it taken this long to get a Frozen cake???
“Green colour is chlorophyll in Hoppers’ colouring, black is activated charcoal, brown is carob. Fondant is a marshmallow fondant made in the Thermomix with salted buttercream underneath. The cake itself is a double layered vanilla magic bean cake.
For the squares, I rolled out the coloured fondant on baking parchment with a bunch of cornflour to stop it sticking and then just sliced it into rows and squares with a pizza cutter.”
Instructions for how to make Marshmallow Fondant both in a Thermomix or on the stove-top can be found at Domestic Diva’s blog.
Recipe for Magic Bean chocolate cake is here; just substitute kidney beans with cannelini or butter beans and the carob with rice flour and add equiv 1 vanilla bean.
I suspect the cake was greener than this picture suggests.