This Cinderella Carriage Cake Design was created using the Wilton ball pan. The base of the carriage as well as the wheels was created entirely from white chocolate. The base was then covered in pink fondant.
I created the wheels by using a large round cookie cutter and placing a small heart cookie cutter in the middle. I then poured the white chocolate, and once hardened I removed the cookie cutters and poured the pink chocolate into the heart shape.
The roses and small pink/yellow flowers were created with royal icing (I created them about a week ahead of time to ensure they were hardened). The windows were cut from rolled fondant. The entire cake was iced using buttercream icing colored pink. I used a medium size star tip to ice the entire cake. The large heart on the top was also created using white chocolate and a small heart cookie cutter.
The pink curlies were made from royal icing and dried. The base, curlies and wheels were put together using white chocolate, this makes great glue. Therefore the entire cake, base and all were entirely edible.
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My 3 yr old daughter just loves Cinderella and after riding in a "Coach" she just wanted the coach for her cake. This Cinderella Coach Cake was a second cake so I didn't want too much cake and came up with the idea of rice krispie balls.
I made a 1/2 batch of Rice Krispies and used Wilton food dye to color the balls, then continued with another 1/2 batch using a different color and then an additional 1/2 batch. The blue was hard to make an acceptable color and came out a pale purple which my daughter loved!!
Using cooking spray on my hands, I shaped the krispies into balls and let cool on wax paper. Then I placed each ball on a toothpick and attached to a Styrofoam ball. I flattened the bottom so it would stay upright and shaped the top ball into a "stem". Then I used Vanilla Oreos for wheels and colored some fondant to make the ball look more like a pumpkin coach.
The kids had a ton of fun eating the treats on a stick!
This was a Cinderella slipper cake. I used buttercream icing from the Wilton website recipes. I just used boxed confetti cake on this one. I used a pillow cake pan from Wilton. I had to make two of them, place fondant on them separately, and put icing in the middle to hold them together.
I made homemade fondant and colored it with food coloring. I made a cut out of a slipper and let the fondant sit for 3 days to harden. I attached sucker sticks to the back and stuck it into the cake. I made tassels for the corners out of fondant, and put sticks in them before they hardened. I then pushed them into the corners and then piped the trim.
This was not a fun cake to make. Some of the fondant fell off when I moved it, and it was very humid that day, so I ended up spending a lot of time fixing it. In the end, the kids were very happy.
My daughter wanted a princess cake and I thought this Cinderella Carriage Cake Design would be a fun alternative. I used the Wilton 3D sports ball pan for the carriage. I used cupcakes for the base (easier to distribute), toys for the doll and horse. "Polly pocket" style princesses fit perfectly. I used dyed green coconut for the grass, brown sugar for the road and licorice strings for the horse's lead. I used yogurt covered pretzels and silver ball candy for detailing.
I propped the carriage on top of a plastic container to give it height compared to the cupcakes. Each cupcake was individually iced and placed on the board. After all were placed, I iced over the whole spread to fill in gaps. I then sprinkled coconut and brown sugar as desired. I used candy rocks for the stones.
This was a super easy cake and earned rave reviews from all of our guests!