Tinker Bell's Teapot Townhouse Cake
Makes: 40 Servings
Tinker Bell's Teapot Townhouse Cake is rated out of 5 by 4.
Rated 4 out of 5 by FullTilt Cakes & Desserts from A little girls dream. This cake is a lot of fun to add the little details to. I scaled it down from a 12" round to an 8" round, because it was smaller I was able to make the teapot from fondant instead of the candy shell. Know ahead of time that if you're going to follow the instructions exactly, the candy teapot was difficult. It was hard to get the candy the right thickness, and it was difficult to join the two halves together and it was a nightmare to cover in fondant. Either way you do it, the teapot needs a supported cake plate under it. Happy decorating.
Date published: 2011-02-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by valerie28 from It's a wonderful cake to make. You will get a lot of oohs and aahs from little girls. But this cake take a lot of time to make specially the tea pot (at a few hours at the time I took 2 weeks to make the tea pot). In my case I made the tea pot with white chocolate and all the decoration for the tea pot including the handle, the spout and the branch from chocolate clay. With fondant I made the roof top and all the flowers. The flowers are more beautiful if you paint them with coloring gel. I cover the cake with kelly green BC and the swirls and the leafs at the bottom, I also made them with BC. Even if I used different techniques than sited, the cake looked like the one on the picture. I also made a hole on the center of the cake to secure the tea pot in place
Date published: 2011-05-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by UmelCake from The teapot was the most challenging thing in this cake. It has very specific details to be done in the door. Covering the candy melt teapot with fondant was the only difficult thing that i faced. But finally i did it and it went well. The cake was a wonderful art piece. I like wilton's challenging cakes!
Date published: 2010-11-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by Teeni from Like everyone else I found the teapot the most challenging part. I used a styrfoam ball as the teapot and covered it in fondant as my sister wanted to keep it for my niece. It worked out great. The only other part I found hard was the handle!! But I worked it out and it is still in one piece :)
Date published: 2012-06-11