Got Frozen Fever? Today I show you how to make a Frozen Candy Filled Piñata Cake featuring both Queen Elsa & Princess Anna & filled with delicious Frozen themed candy! Perfect if you can’t decide which of the sisters you want on your dessert table 🙂 If you want more Frozen recipes, check out my Frozen Snow Globe recipe and my Frozen Fever Cake.
For this recipe, you’ll need my buttercream frosting. You can find that recipe here. Make sure your Anna and Elsa dolls have plastic clothes. You’re going to remove the bottom half clothes but keep the top half on. Also make sure to plastic wrap their bodies so that the plastic doesn’t cross with the cake!
- Place your cake board onto your glitter scrapbooking paper. Draw a circle around it with marker. Cut it out, and use craft glue to glue it on your cake board. Set aside. Assemble the cake on another cakeboard.
- Smear buttercream frosting onto your cake board. Place your first layer of cake over the buttercream.
- Stick your circle cutter about halfway through the center of the cake. Use a knife to core that cake out the center.
- Use an offset spatula to smear buttercream frosting on the bottom layer of cake. Do not spread frosting into the core.
- Place another layer on top. Place the circle cutter down the center of the cake so that it goes all the way through, this time. Use a knife to take out all of the center core.
- Frost the top of the cake with an offset spatula.
- Repeat the core and frosting process with the remaining 2 cakes. DO NOT frost the top layer of cake, though.
- Use a serrated edge knife to trim the cake on an angle. This should make it look like around dome. Trim the rest of the brown parts off of the cake.
- Frost the entire outside of the cake for a thin crumb coat.
- Transfer cake to the freezer for 5-10 minutes.
- Take the bottom half of the dress off of both of your dolls. Remove all accessories. Then, wrap the bottom half of their bodies (waist down) in plastic wrap. Lift their arms up above their head.
- Remove cake from the freezer.
- Add 2 large handfuls of candy into the center of the cake. Place Anna and Elsa so that they are facing opposite directions. Fill the rest of the core with candy.
- Use frosting to fill any of the gaps between the dolls and the core.
- Add a second layer of frosting to the outside of the cake. Then, scrape any excess frosting away for a clean layer.
- Sprinkle corn flour on your bench. Then, roll out your fondant. Use a large bowl to draw a circle around the fondant so that it’s smaller than your cake board. Then, paint water onto the fondant circle, and secure it onto the cake board.
- Smear buttercream frosting onto the fondant on your new presentation board. Transfer the cake onto the new cake board.
- Roll out another thin piece of light blue fondant. Use a pizza cutter to cut out the shape of a trapezoid (shout out to the math reference).
- Drape out the trapezoid light blue fondant over Elsa’s side of the cake. Pinch the fondant around Elsa’s waist. Pull the sides of the dress out, and use your fingers to make ripples. Cut the bottom of the fondant off with a pizza cutter. Pinch the dress to make ripples around the bottom. Make sure that your blue fondant lines up with the fondant on the presentation tray.
- Spray the silver color mist onto the fondant. Hold the spray can far from the cake.
- Repeat the process of making Elsa’s dress with the navy blue fondant for Anna.
- Mix your 3 Luster Dust colors in water. Then, pain on the details of Anna’s dress with a fine paint brush.
- Use a pair of scissors to cut Elsa’s dress in half, and Anna’s cape in half. Redress the dolls so that their outfits drape off them.
- Use the plunger cutter to make small snowflakes. Paint water onto the back of the fondant snowflakes, and place them at the bottom of Elsa’s dress.
I’ve got Frozen Fever, and I’ll never Let it Go! ❄️❄️❄️
For the printable recipe click here: http://bit.ly/2h5vmqg
What You’ll Need:
- 4 cakes (7’’x1’’)
- Buttercream frosting (sky blue)
- Fondant (white, sky blue, and navy blue)
- Candy (blue and white shades)
- Tap water
- Luster Dust (purple, pink, and green)
- Silver color mist
- Corn flour in a shaker
- Anna and Elsa dolls (with plastic clothing)
- Large circle cutter
- Offset spatula
- Serrated edge knife
- Fondant rolling pin
- Pizza cutter
- Small snowflake plunger cutter
- Cake board
- Glitter scrapbooking paper
- Craft glue
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