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Coolest Princess Cake 75

by Jennifer
(Hagerstown, Maryland)

Homemade Princess Cake

Homemade Princess Cake

I made this Princess Cake for my daughter's 3rd Birthday. I got ideas off this site but in the end I made it my own. I started out with 2 boxes of Devil’s Food cake. I baked 1 cake in a Pyrex bowl (the larger one). It took about 1 box of cake and about 1/3 of another. I baked it at 325 for 1 1/2 hours. I then baked a 9in round cake. Let them both cool.

I then took the round cake and put it on the bottom of foil on my cake plate (I wanted a little sparkle and that is what I came up with). I iced it with white icing out of a can. I then added the bowl cake on top. Again I iced with the white icing. I let this sit over night.

Then next day I used the same white can icing and added blue food coloring (I had planned pink and purple when I started but a cute almost 3 year old asked for a "Cinderella" cake). I then used a size 16 tip and cover the cake with blue leaving the part next to her hips for white icing.

I started at the bottom and worked my way up.
I used a half of doll from the local craft store. I took her hair and pulled back and used my daughters doll's crown for her head. I then added a little sparkle to her with cupcake sprinkles in sliver.

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Coolest Barbie Cake 126

by Annetta Brady
(Alapaha, GA)

Barbie Cake

Barbie Cake

This Barbie cake was made for my beautiful grand-daughter Tara. She really didn't have a theme for her party, so after looking through the cakes on this site, I decided to do a Barbie cake.

I made the base out of a 9" by 13" sheet cake pan. Barbie's dress was made from a small bundt cake pan. When I started to insert Barbie, she was to tall. I had to remove her legs to sit her in the cake. I covered her torso in glad wrap and sat her in the center.

The icing is all buttercream that I colored with paste food coloring. I used chocolate cake mix from the box to make the cake. This was my first Barbie cake and I really enjoyed doing it. It was a really simple cake and my grand-daughter loved it.

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Coolest Barbie Cake 134

by Tammy
(Canada)

Barbie Cake

Barbie Cake

My great niece loves Barbies so I offered to make her a Barbie cake for her 3rd birthday. I went out and bought the special pan for it and used 2 cake mixes for it.

I just stuck a regular Barbie in the middle of it, I had to dig out some of the cake to stick it in. For the icing I used half canned icing and half homemade icing. I think it turned out pretty good for my first attempt at a Barbie cake and she loved it!

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Coolest Barbie Cake 129

by N. N.
(NJ)

Barbie Cake

Barbie Cake

This Barbie cake is made from the 4 layers different sizes. I used 10,9,8,7
and after I cut the hole in the center to place the Barbie ( the whole doll) I used the left over to round up the skirt.

I used french cream "Canash" for decoration ( 1 cup heavy cream, 250g chocolate, 125g butter. Bring heavy cream to boil and put the chocolate in until melted. Cool.)

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Barbie
by: Jewelle Lenard

I think ur cakes are wonderful im trying to think what to do for my 4yr olds cake she wants barbie too so i need all the help an ideas i can get

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Coolest Barbie Birthday Cake 269

by Marichu
(Doha, Qatar)

Homemade Barbie Birthday Cake

Homemade Barbie Birthday Cake

Homemade Barbie Birthday Cake

This Barbie Birthday Cake was made for my friend's daughter's 7th birthday. She wanted six round cakes around a Barbie doll cake. I used a metal mixing bowl for the cake (butter cake). I let it cool overnight to make the cake little bit firm and easy to cut a round hole in the middle to insert the legs and body of the doll. I used boiled frosting.

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Coolest Barbie Cake 136

by Michelle
(Boyers, PA)

Mariposa Barbie Cake

Mariposa Barbie Cake

This Barbie cake was made for my girlfriend's daughter. Simple flower shaped cake pan and the barbie dress shaped pan.

Adhered together with buttercream frosting and covered in fondant and then hand painted with food coloring & vanilla.

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Wings
by: P

This cake is so beautiful, the wings and the feather detail on the dress is the bit.

cool
by: hajez

it is so cool lol

cake price
by: crystal bird

Yes I was just asking how much was the cake pan to make that I need one for my daughters party saturday march 3rd so if u will email me at crystalbird25@yahoo.com thanks a lot

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