Children’s birthday cake – A Doll – very easy recipe and decoration.
Approx 1.5 metres or more pink ribbon and approx 1 metre white ribbon
Dolly Varden Cake tin
Basic Butter Cake Mix Recipe
Soft butter icing mixed in pink food colouring
One packet small pink marshmallows
Putting it all together:
Once you have baked the basic butter cake mix in the Dolly Varden Cake tin. Place the bottom on a plate and cool.
Once the cake it cooled cut out a round hole in the middle of the cake to fit the doll in. Place the doll inside.
Wrap pink ribbon around the doll until it is half covered. Tie a bow behind the doll’s back. Wrap the white ribbon around the bottom of the doll. Use sellotape or sticky tape to secure the ribbon in place.
Get the elastic band and pull the dolls hair back. Use the sellotape or sticky tape to secure the hair. Or a tiny bit of hair spray.
Next get a dinner knife and spread the soft butter icing thickly all over the skirt of the doll until fully covered. Once completed
take out the marshmallows and place all over the bottom of the skirt.
Tip: The best part about this cake is you can make it the night before the birthday and refrigerate the icing solid this way.
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