Cinderella Cake

Here is the Cinderella cake I made for my daughter’s 5th birthday.

Cinderella Cake

Wilton round cake pans – 6″, 8″, 14″ ( for the three layers)

1 mini wonder mold pan

3 round cakes 6″, 8″, 14″ – made from your favorite recipe or a cake mix

One cake made from the mini wonder mold pan

2 cups each of light pink and purple frosting

1 cup each of yellow, light blue and light green frosting

1/2 cup of plain white frosting

Wilton cake decoration tips 21, 2D, 3, 224

1 set of Mini doll picks from Wilton ( or you can use any small doll )

Mini pastel colored marshmallows

Small pair of plastic glass slippers

Little Cinderella character cutouts from a confetti bag (from Party City)

Any other decorations of your choice

METHOD

  • Place the 14″ round cake  towards the middle/ back of your cake base platter.
  • Frost this cake with the pink frosting.
  • Then place the 8″ purple frosted cake towards the middle/ back of the cake below it.
  • The final cake layer is the 6″ pink frosted cake which is placed on top of the 8″ cake.
  • Use the light blue frosting for the small cake made from the mini wonder mold pan.
  • Stick the one of the mini dolls on top of it to make your Cinderella doll.
  • Place the Cinderella towards the front/ side of the bottom most cake layer.
  • Use some blue frosting to make the top part of Cinderella’s dress.
  • Then using a #21 Wilton tip, decorate Cinderella’s dress.

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  • Place the glass slippers on the very top of the cake.
  • Decorate the edges of the three layers of the cake by putting the small, pastel marshmallows all around/ or any decoration of your choice.
  • Using a Wilton tip#3, make a bed of squiggles on the cake base platter.
  • Using a # 2D Wilton tip, make flowers all over the cakes and base.
  • Sprinkle some colored sugar crystals over the base.
  • Add in any additional decorations anywhere around the cake.

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