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Coolest Bratz Birthday Cake 54

by Jessica
(Raymond, MS)

Homemade Bratz  Birthday Cake

Homemade Bratz Birthday Cake

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.

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Coolest Bratz Cake 44

by Beverley
(England)

Evil Looking Homemade Bratz Cake

Evil Looking Homemade Bratz 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.

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Coolest Bratz Cake 42

by Becky
(Devon, UK)

Bratz Cake

Bratz Cake

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.

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Coolest Bratz Yasmin Birthday Cake 47

by Anna W.
(London)

Homemade Bratz Yasmin Birthday Cake

Homemade Bratz Yasmin Birthday Cake

I made this Bratz Yasmin Birthday Cake for my daugter's 6th birthday party, she loved it and I loved making it too.

The hair and the face are cake and the body I cut out icing in the shape of her top and crumpled together icing for her skirt. I chose 2 different shades for her hair to give it that stand out effect.

All the kids at her party now want me to make them one. Any questions about how to make this am happy to help.

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by: shayne

How did you make the face and hair so smooth? Is it fondant or not?? I do not know how to use fondant and am looking for other methods.

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Coolest Bratz Cake 43

by Carly F.
(Sydney, Australia)

Homemade Bratz Cake

Homemade Bratz Cake

This was my first ever Bratz cake. I couldn't get a Dolly Varden cake tin so used a stainless steel bowl instead.

I wrapped the bottom of the doll in plastic wrap and inserted her into the cake. I covered her in chocolate ganach icing then went over with coloured butter cream.

Was made for a girl at work's sister and I made a sweet $40.00 for my effort. I have since bought a Dolly Varden tin.

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Coolest Bratz Cake 48

by Kathryn
(Sydney, Australia)

Homemade Bratz Cake

Homemade Bratz Cake

I made this Bratz cake for my niece. It actually looks like and older version of her, she loved it and so did my girls. I am making another one for my daughter this year for her school party.

I loved making it and have also made a fairy version of this one since for a friend's daughter. Hope you enjoy.

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Bratz Cake

by Ana
(Australia)


I made a buttercake then made some icing and added drops of colouring in them and just used a black writing gel for the outlines.

This cake was for my daughter, for no special occassion, I just wanted to try out making a Bratz cake for the first time and I think I did OK!

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