“I just used the Fete Cake (from the Fed Up Cookbook), in a pudding tin, double mixture. For the icing it was from Cooking For Oscar – Maple Icing. Then to decorate, just piped the icing on and then decorated with plastic jewels and flowers (“snowflakes”!) from spotlight. Before I piped the flowers on, I did a light crumb coat of icing.”
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???
Butter icing and added pink Hopper colour (coloured from fruit and veg, moderate Salicylates from Allergy Train) on the sides. My first attempt at piping icing, a bit sad, but it kind of worked, lol! Crown and gems as decorations from craft shop.
Princess castle, inspired by Women’s Weekly cookbook. Icecream cone turrets, Queen’s writing icing for windows and door, princess figurines found in kinder suprise-style princess eggs, coloured flowers aren’t failsafe.