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How could you EAT this!?!
Ding ding we found a winner!
What type of pan did you use for the skirt?
I used the Wilton doll cake kit but added another 8" round cake on the bottom to make the cake tall enough to fit the doll.
I recommend using the kit over a bowl because it is designed to help the cake bake in the center.
Beautiful colors and beautiful cake! What are the gems on the bottom around the hem and what is on her arms?
I found a blinking light snowflake necklace at a local party store to line the bottom. I also found similar clear snowflake embellishments in the scrapbook section of Hobby Lobby. I glued those to her gossamer train.
Oh, and the arms were already part of the doll.
i have done many doll cakes....which doll did you use for this cake...it certainly does not look like one of the Wilton dolls...she looks alot like Elsa! need to know asap for my granddaughter is having a Frozen themed party in a couple of weeks! thanks so much!
I bought the Elsa doll from Target. Great doll to use since her outfit covering her bust and arms is painted on, meaning you don't have to frost that section. I also added on an 8" round cake onto the bottom of the Wilton doll cake. That way, it was tall enough to sink the entire Elsa doll.
I love this cake!!
For the snow flake necklace most of them are 20+ inches. Did you just have the extra necklace hanging in the back? Did you also put frosting over the wire of the necklace so it doesn't show? Thanks
I hid the excess in the back behind the train. I did not frost over the wire. It matched well and have it a finished line. You could frost over it though.
BEAUTIFULL :-D !...
This is gorgeous and just the thing for my daughter's 6th Birthday party! I've never done a doll cake before though and I was wondering approximately how many does this cake (with the 8" cake at bottom included) feed? Thanks!
The doll cake alone serves 12 generous slices, but about 20 smaller slices. The 8" round serves about 14 average slices. So, I was say that put together, you can serve about 30 medium slices.
That's perfect! Thanks!
Thank you! I made the cake, it came out simply divine and my granddaughter absolutely loved it!
Did you use buttercream or fondant?
I used buttercream.
Awesome! Thank you! Great job on the cake!
Thanks. It was fun to make and my daughter was thrilled.
Did you add the train and the snowflakes on it?
Yes. I used tulle for the train and added snowflake embellishments I found in the scrapbook area of Hobby Lobby.
Ok thank you. Your cake is amazing.
Omgosh Ashli, she would LOVE this cake!!!!
Is that an actual whole barbie Elsa doll in the cake?
You are SO awesome! Mom of the year!!
Beautiful cake! What colors did you use for the icing?
Yes, it is the whole doll in the cake. You have to wrap her legs and rear-end in plastic wrap.
I love using the AmeriColor food coloring. Wilton is too messy and sometimes adds a strange flavor to the frosting. For the color, I combined Teal and Sky Blue.
Phenomenal! What mold or bowl size did you use to bake the skirt portion of cake? The size is just perfectly proportioned!
Thanks. I used the Wilton Doll Cake mold and added an eight inch round cake to the bottom to add height in order for the doll to fit. The 8" round was a little bigger than the mold, so I had to carve/shape the bottom.
Love this! How much cake batter did you have to make to accommodate both the doll pan and the additional 8 inch round?
I was wondering what colors you used for the dress? They are a perfect match. Cake is beautiful!!
Kristina, I used two batches of cake batter.
I used the AmeriColor food coloring and combined Teal and Sky Blue.
Being that Frozen is so popular, I couldn't find a regular size Elsa doll. The one I have is about 1 inch taller and very slightly thicker (Disney Store Elsa). I have never done a doll cake and I was hoping that you could recommend to me if I stick with your recipe or possibly add 1 more 8 inch round? Thanks!
I would add another 8" round. You may want to use cake supports between the doll cake and the rounds to avoid the bottom squishing. There are some pins about using straws as supports.
Hi Amy. Wondering if you could help. The buttercream looks so smooth that I thot you were using fondant. Do u mind sharing the recipe? Thank you very much.
Here is the buttercream recipe. I dirty iced/crumb coated the cake first and froze it. They I did the color icing. To make it super smooth, I used a wet rubber spatula.
great. thank u!
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Did you use fondant or icing for the dress. What two colors did you use to get that color?
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