BARBIE DOLL CAKE
By Nancy J. Patrykus Finnjin
CAKE MIX and READY MADE FROSTING dress Barbie in a stunning ball gown...fit for a princess--and perfect for you're little princess's next party.
This is a ckke for you to bake , but decorate with what ever color frosting that you would like. I found this recipe and pictures in Womans World 4/25/06.
Pampered Chef has a recipe also, and sells the pyrex measuring cups.
Search your internet for doll cake, decorating pictures and ideas for colors. etc.
I hope to make a RED HAT Doll Cake.......soon!
Butter and flour one 8-cup oven bowl,
and a 10 oz, oven proof bowl.
Prepare both cake mixes, according to the package directions together in one bowl.
Pour 1 cup of batter intoa 10 cup bowl and remaining batter into measuring 8 cup bowl.
and the larger cake 1 hour and 15 minutes.
Until centers are done.
Cool on a rack 20 minutes.
Remove , cool, wide side down., on racks.
Remove 1/2 cup of frosting and tint this dark purple.
Transfer this to a clean plastic bag.
Now tint remaining frosting in the first bag a lavender color.
Trim wide tops of cakes to level.
Bevel larger cake to create curve that ends where the cakes willl meet.
Score circle onto top with a tube. Starting at edge of circle into ,the top with he tube.
Starting at the edge of circle, bevel smal cake.
Twist tube through cakes to the bottom.
Mark tube just above cake.
Discard cake core.
Wrap lower half of doll witrh foil.
Wrap a ribbon under her arms down to her waist, any color ...you're choice.
Insert doll to her hips into the tube.
Spread cake with lavender frosting..or the color of your choice, to compliament her ribbon top.
Decorate with frosting dots, Pearl dragrees, and eatable glitter..
Don't forget her ear lobes.....
cindy sandberg cindyLs - Jun 11, 2012
I remember my mom making me a Barbie birthday cake when I was just a little girl. Probably around 40 yrs. ago! Still remember how much I loved that cake!
Nancy J. Patrykus Finnjin - Jun 11, 2012
I am glAD i BROUGHT BACK SOME
HAPPY MEMORIES TO YOU...hUGS, nANCY
Sandy Mika mikasldy - Jun 12, 2012
this is really cute, I rememeber acuban woman that use to make a Barbie for on top of a round cake , but the base of the skirt was poster board and she would roll the squares of toilet paper around a knitting needle and then kind of scrunch it and glue loops of it on the poster board, and for the top of the dress it would be 3 or 4 of these looped from the waste upwards. I don't know if anyone else knows what I'm talking about but they were very cute, not edible, but cute.
Nancy J. Patrykus Finnjin - Jun 12, 2012
Sandy...I would love to see that cake doll....What a cute idea...Thanks for your comment and idea...Nancy