Friday, December 14, 2012

Princess Cake and pink cake pops and few tips on how I made it !


Making a girly cake especially a Princess one was a dream for me since a long time and finally I got lucky when my friend asked me whether I can bake one for her daughter who likes to be Princess :) The birthday girl was obssessed with Pink colour so she wanted every thing on the cake be pink and so I made everything pink and I even made the cake pops pink too.I went to the party too and everyone loved my cake which made my day.

 
 
 
Once I started decorating everything looked complicated and I didnt have any idea how the cake was going to come out so I didnt take any step by step clicks..but to give u all an idea I clicked the pictures of the bakewares which I used to get the shape of the Princess Dress.
 
 

 
 In the picture above can you all the intersection between  two bowls ??  I had to cut that portion from the cake which I baked in that bowl and  also  the from the  bowl above as well(which is not visible as the top bowl  is not transparent ) to place the cake layers .The cake was a 4 layered Red velvet cake with Cream cheese frosting which I have posted earlier .Once I decorated the Dress I covered the dolls body in fondant and inserted into the cake ,but if you dont have that you can actually insert a doll wrapped in some cling film and all you need to do is with a circle cutter cut a round cirlce from middle of each layer and insert the doll  inside the cake !
 
CAKE POPS
 
U will need..
 
Cake - 8 inch cake
Icing - 1 cup
Candymelts / Cooking chocolate
Lolly pop Sticks
 
1.To make cake pops bake  a single layer of  8 inch   fluffy cake,I reccomend my victorain sponge cake or you can use box mixes too.Once the cake has cool down break the cake into crumbs. Make sure there is no big lumps.
2.Make 1 cup of ur favourite frosting or use readymade frosting.
3.Mix the cake with frosting and mix well until u can roll into cake balls like the picture below.
 
 
4.Melt the candymelts as per package instructions or melt the chocolate and keep aside.
5.Dip the lolly pop stick in the melted chocolate /candymelts and insert it to the cake balls.
6.Dip the cake ball  stick into the melted candy melts and please  be careful not to drop the ball into the candymelts..
7.Finally  decorate the cake pops as u like.

 


19 comments:

Priya R said...

Beautifully done not too much at all :) and love the tips here

Ganga Sreekanth said...

Beautiful cake Vineetha. . . .Great work

Hema said...

Such a beautiful cake, awesome job..

Manju said...

Who would beleive that was a cake :-)
My sis-in-law had ordered a princess cake for her daughters 1st b'day, thats the 1st time I saw such a cake and I've always wanted to try making one like that....Too good Vineetha!

Julie said...

wow,beautifully done..Nice tips too:)
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divya said...

looks awesome...

Priya said...

Love the tips, excellent and really loved ur great job Vini, mindblowing.

Suja Manoj said...

Elegant cake,great work dear,love the pops too

runnergirlinthekitchen.blogspot.com said...

Such delicate n pretty work on the doll cake, and the cake pops are cute too.. thanks for sharing the recipe.

maha said...

great work..really its luking awesum n pretty..

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Wow good and effective way to show us layered cake for Princess cake..Thanks

Veena Theagarajan said...

Great work! u surely has lot of passion..
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Reshmi Mahesh said...

Beautiful work dear...Loved the neat look...

Mélange said...

Perfect Vineetha..Lots of work and planning gone into that is visible..Cheers !

Vimitha Anand said...

That cake looks so beautifully done dear... Kudos to u gal!!!

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Swathi Iyer said...

Adipoli, cake, you are becoming master now.

Niru said...

Wow,,what a beautiful cake....jus pretty...

shilpa said...

Your cakes are so beautiful. Loved checking them.