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???
Basic white fairy cake.
Sponge layered with cream and covered in white icing. Fairy toy on top (or whatever toy takes your child’s fancy) and white chocolate coated Malteesers for decoration around the base. Malteesers are not failsafe but easily removed.
Preferred cake cooked in a pudding tin. Legs removed from Barbie and decorated with ribbon, tulle, etc.
Doll was supported in the cake by some toothpicks. Dress is piped whipped cream. Silver cachous for dress detail.
Fairy toadstool – Queen’s pink and yellow colours. Home-made heart lollies (icing sugar, citric lemon juice, colour – then gently bake), though the green ones aren’t failsafe. Neither are the musk-sticks and coloured flowers. Then just add some fairy statues.
This cake uses cochineal in the pink icing. Silver cachous don’t seem to have anything troublesome in them. Found this pretty butterfly candle, Queen’s writing icings are made with natural colours. The icing fairies aren’t failsafe – could use little figurines instead of edible ones. Can you tell I have a girly-girl?