Princess Cake

by Marie
(St. Paul, MN)

a beautiful Disney Princess Castle Cake

a beautiful Disney Princess Castle Cake

For my Disney Princess Cake, I made a vanilla pound cake (6 layers of 3 sizes), with strawberry filling and buttercream frosting.

I used sugar and cake cones for the pillars and covered them in white chocolate, dyed pink. The 3 pillars on the top of the cake were paper towel rolls that I painted with the white chocolate and then topped with sugar ice cream cones.

I also dipped marshmallows in white chocolate and topped the pillars. I accented my Princess Cake with strawberry malted milk balls and piped vines with flowers and princess candies.

From the editor:

Thanks for sharing Marie.

I'm sure the lucky birthday girl was thrilled with her beautiful cake.


Michelle (editor)

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Oct 06, 2010
Just beautiful!
by: Riette van Rooyen

I love castle cakes and this one is one of my favorites.

Oct 03, 2010
Best cake ever!
by: Leann L.

This cake was made for my three daughters birthdays. The cake was amazing! The girls loved the fact that the cake was a pink castle, and I love the little extras like the strawberry malted milk balls instead of more traditional decor. Once again, Marie, you did a fabulous job and I couldn't have asked for a better cake for my girls' special day. :)

Oct 02, 2010
by: Lucie Bérubé

She must have been thrilled!! Great job and I love the idea of using candy around the castle instead of balls of fondant. This is really nice!!

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