Her Majesty's Palace Cake
Alyson?s a very lucky girl! Someone lovingly made her an adorable cake made prettier with a charming candy palace shaped in our Enchanted Castle Pan.
Makes: Cake serves 44.
Her Majesty's Palace Cake is rated out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by reddie from I made this cake for a baby shower with a princess theme. I did not use royal icing or buttercream as my daughters love the whipped cream style icing (wasn't sure about using the brand name here). I baked four cake mixes, two per layer, and did the castle in white candy. The cake was strawberry, filling was cheesecake, with white whipped cream icing. After base icing and leveling the cake, I put a simple shell border on top and on the bottom. I piped on pink and pale yellow drop flowers with pale green leaves just as pictured. I iced the castle as directed, only using whipped icing and piped on bushes and flowers after sticking castle into the cake. Wish I could upload a picture. It turned out wonderful and I was able to decorate the cake from start to finish in about half and hour. I also would like to point out I have decorated cakes for over 20 yrs so my experience will be different from yours. I would have said difficulty for me was easy but medium for someone who doesn't do cakes often.
Date published: 2011-03-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by Teresa10 from This cake went over really well! A suggestion is to make twice as many flowers as you will use - then when they don't all turn out you have spares that have already dried out.
Date published: 2010-12-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by alejae from wowwwwww great idea!!! i ,ll going to try it my girl will love it
Date published: 2013-03-06