Princess Castle

by Angie
(Waynesboro, PA)

Belle's Princess Castle

Belle's Princess Castle

I made this Princess Castle Cake for my daughter's 5th Birthday. I used the Wilton's Castle Cake set. This was my first cake - it took a while ;)

I used a box mix that I modified a little. The bottom tier is yellow cake and the top tier is chocolate. Both tiers have buttercream filling.

All 250 of the flowers are made out of fondant.

I would still consider myself a beginner. I've been making cakes for about 2 years.

Here's a few tips for completing this Princess Castle Cake:

1. Try different color combinations.
2. Give yourself plenty of time to make this cake.
3. The towers are best secured with melted white chocolate or royal icing.
4. Attatch dowel rods to the bottom of the towers.

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by: Riann

How many cake mixes did you have to use to get the cakes high enough, and what size pans did you use? We have the Wilton Castle set and we can't seem to get the size right. Thanks!

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