This Bratz Birthday Cake is a cookies n cream cake with cream cheese frosting. Start with boxed white cake mix, follow the directions and then fold in a cup or more of chopped Oreo cookies.
The frosting is store bought cream cheese, but I added about 1 tablespoon of Crisco and powdered sugar to thicken for decorating. I made 2 9x13 inch sheet cakes and then cut one in half for the top layer. The little Bratz tin came from Party City and I found some little make-up and trinkets from several different dollar stores.
The stuff that did not match the colors I was using, were put in the bottom of the tin for the party guests to each get some. When I got to the party site I also added more trinkets (little lipsticks, rings, nail polish) that matched all over the rest of the cake.
I made this Bratz cake for a friends little girl. She wanted a Bratz doll cake. I baked around 6 chocolate sponge cake and stacked them on top of each other.
I then carved it round to make the head shape. I added butter icing then added royal icing to cover the face. I then added the hair which was strips of royal icing. I made the face which was the hardest part as I think the features I made for the cake make it a little evil looking.
Everyone loved the cake and she said it tasted yummy which was good to hear as it was my first attempt at making a choc sponge!
Hope you all like it. I know it looks like an evil doll.
I made this Bratz cake for a friend's daughter's 5th birthday. It was quite daunting as a mum of 2 boys but I found lots of inspiration from this website.
I baked 2 9inch cakes and sandwiched them with jam and buttercream. I coloured fondant icing pink and covered it. I then drew a picture of a Brat(z??) and using a pin laid the picture on top of the cake and pricked it all around so when I iced it I could do dot to dot.
I did the same for the writing and the lips and stars, then using thinner royal icing I flooded each part the right colour.
I finished it off with shells at the bottom and a sprinkling of edible glitter.