Blend eggs & milk Blend marg & sugar until smooth Alternating between the two, gradually add the egg/milk mix and the flour - don't allow mixture to become to wet or too dry whilst mixing. Mix in a figure of 8 pattern to get air into mix.
Line and grease cake tins. Bake in oven gas mark 4 for 1-1 1/2 hrs. Avoid checking on cake for first 45mins as opening oven may cause cake to dip in middle. Check to see if cooked by inserting a skewer/cocktail stick/knife into middle. If it comes out clean cake is done.
Leave in tin for 10 mins. before turning out onto a wire rack and allow to cool.
Once cooled we leveled off both rounds and used butter cream and jam as the filling for the base.
We then coated the base with butter icing, to make the layer of pre rolled regal icing we laid on top stick (the icing being pre rolled made this so much easier and quicker!)
Then we sprinkled icing sugar on top of the base to give the regal icing a smooth look and remove any fingerprints.
We repeated this process with head, then placed it on top of the base. Again sprinkling icing sugar on top. This helped the sparkles in the bow to stick. Yellow and black writing icing used for nose, eyes, whiskers, words and stars.
I made this Hello Kitty Birthday Cake Idea for a contest I entered in at a local craft store. I used 5 cake mixes and about 2 boxes of fondant. I colored the fondant with Wilton color gels and used molds to make most of the decorations. I also used Wilton glitter gels to outline the bow and her face.
I had fun making this cake even though it took about 9 hours. By the way, I won the contest. Thanks.
I made this Hello Kitty Birthday Cake Idea last week for my niece's 6th birthday. I used a tin I brought online. I baked it twice so it was a bit bigger and sandwiched the two together with jam and buttercream. I rolled out royal icing to ice it and made the eyes and nose from colored icing.
This Hello Kitty Birthday Cake Idea is an 8 inch Hello Kitty cake, featuring flower paste models of Hello Kitty plus the birthday child on top of a bed of garden flowers. The cake is Madeira and was sandwiched with vanilla buttercream and jam.