We have a long history in our family of making birthday cakes for our kids, so when a Princess Castle Cake was requested, I knew I had to do something great. I pulled ideas from all of the cakes I could find on the web & made up my own while I knew my daughter would love (but I didn't want it to be too hard for my skill level....haven't done any courses).
It requires baking 2 cakes. 1 large rectangle or square cake 1 circle cake some icecream cones for the turrets some white chocolate (tinted with pink food colouring) painted on baking paper to make the windows & doors store bought jelly lollies sprinkles to decorate the turrets (I found some lovely ones in pink/purple/white/silver with fairy princess shapes & stars & sprinkles) pink & white marshmallows toothpicks & pink paper to make the little flags
What I did: * Place the square cake on the serving tray. * attach the circle cake on top (I popped some icing between them to help them stick, but you could also use some wooden toothpicks or skewers) * Ice the cake with white icing * ice the icecream cones with pink icing & roll in the sprinkles & set aside to dry * stick your chocolate doors and windows to the cake with a little icing & outline them using decorative icing tubes (I got a packet of glittery ones from the supermarket) * decorate top of circle with little marshmallows * I put little dots of glittery white icing on the sides of the circle * attach cone turrets & stick flags into the tips * spread a little icing over the serving tray & create a little garden of jelly lollies around the castle * add your Cinderella Doll! (or whatever princess is required!!!)