Every little girl dream for her birthday is to have a princess cake. Surprise your little princess and her guests when she cuts through the cake candies fall out. Watch and learn how Elise, of My Cupcake Addiction, makes this surprise princess cake.
Surprise Princess Cake
Offset spatula (or regular knife)
Leaf plunge cutters, leaf shaped cutters or a circular cookie cutter
Circle cookie cutter (5.5-cm or 2-1/4″)
Cornstarch (or icing sugar to prepare fondant surface)
Iced cake board
Tinker Bell doll (try to get one with plastic clothing on the bodice, rather than material)
Round piping tip (any size will do but larger is better)
Giant cupcake, baked and cooled (Giant Cupcake Pan) – You could also use regular cakes, or store bought cakes and just carve the dress shape by hand)
Buttercream frosting, tinted green)
Green Milk Chocolate M&M’s Candy & Yellow Milk Chocolate M&M’s Candy, or whatever candy you’d like inside your Tinkerbell. Smaller candy gives a better spill effect
Wilton Gold Color Mist, or glitter (optional)
*** For directions watch the video.
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