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  • Today we're looking at how to make a princess cake, using buttercream and vanilla cake.

  • To start with, to make your cake, put all the ingredients in the mixing bowl, and set

  • it on high and leave it for about 2 or 3 minutes, until it is light and creamy. While that is

  • mixing, you need to take a bowl that's about the size that you want the skirt to be and

  • spray it with some cooking oil, and also you need one tin that also needs to be sprayed

  • with cooking oil. Take some baking paper. We're going to line the tin with baking paper.

  • Fold it in half, and fold it in half again. Using one hand here, because I've got my baby

  • on my hip. Then once you've folded it in half 4 times, simply cut one corner around, in

  • the shape of your tin. And then when you unfold it, you've got your circle ready to go in

  • the base of your tin. And that is ready for your cake. Check your mixture, it should be

  • looking like this light, fluffy and white-ish in colour. You need to half fill your tin.

  • If you put anymore than that in there it's going to overflow when it rises in the oven.

  • Then when I'm making my cakes that I want to layer, I like to push more mixture towards

  • the edge and away from the middle. Even though when you put it in the oven it's going to

  • flow back into the middle, this seems to stop the large doming effect and the sides being

  • too low. Put the rest of the mixture into the oven-proof bowl and then push that towards

  • the edge again.

  • Bake in a moderate oven for about 20 minutes and then move both of them down to a lower

  • shelf in the oven and then put a baking tray over the top, so they don't burn on top. The

  • bowl in particular is going to take a while to cook. You just need to keep checking it

  • by placing a knife in the middle to see if it's done. If the knife comes out clean, it's

  • done.

  • Once it's cooked, tip it out and allow it to cool completely. And then we want to trim

  • around the top edge of the bowl. Cause we want it to be the shape of a skirt, not the

  • shape of a bowl turned upside down. So you need to take a sharp knife and trim off around

  • the top. Start doing little by little. You can always take off more. And then we're gonna

  • cut this into 3 layers. Being careful not to cut your hand. There's one, and then there's

  • two and three. So you're doing two cuts through which gives you the three layers.

  • Then take your cake, which I don't need to level the top, because as I said, the way

  • of moving it away from the middle has meant that we've got a flat cake on top. So we're

  • just cutting it into 2 layers for our base layer. There we go. And then using a cookie

  • cutter for each of those layers in the middle, take out a centre circle. This is to allow

  • room to put the legs of the doll down the middle of the cake. Then you can eat those

  • bits.

  • Then we're going to take some simple syrup. The recipe for that is on the website. If

  • you click on the link in the description below the video you'll get all the quantities for

  • the cake and the Simple syrup and everything. The purpose for the simple syrup is it keeps

  • the cake moist. Often if you have an ice cake, it can come out quite dry, but by adding some

  • simple syrup, which you can flavour how you like, it helps keep the cake moist and it

  • doesn't make the cake soggy at all.

  • Put a layer of butter cream. Again the butter cream recipe is also on the website, just

  • link in the description below this video. Then spread it. It doesn't matter if it's

  • overlapping on the outside because we're going to put a layer of butter cream on the outside.

  • We don't want too much overlapping into the middle, because that's just going to be wasted.

  • On your next layer, just repeat what we've already done. So another squirt of your simple

  • syrup, then add your butter cream, spread it out and repeat this, all the way, with

  • all your layers, up to the top. And you're just doing the same thing. As I said, don't

  • worry about butter cream sticking out on the outside edge. Because we're gonna use that

  • to help cover the outside of the cake anyway. And it's easier if you've actually got it

  • overlapping to the outside because then you don't have lots of gaps and holes that you

  • need to fill. So there's our final layer.

  • Then using a large knife or spatular if you've got one, spread out that butter cream that

  • we had overlapping. If you need to get extra, just get some extra out of the bowl and spread

  • that around. So we're trying to get a really thin, what's called a "crumb coat" over the

  • whole cake. And the purpose for that with this cake, is it's gonna help us when we're

  • piping on pretty frills, to not get crumbs in our icing. And also it'll help the icing

  • stick to the cake.

  • Now take your doll, put its hair up, and wrap the body in plastic wrap to protect it. Then

  • take a zip-lock bag and make a cut as shown. Just a small cut, not too big. And then take

  • the very tip off your bag, just a tiny bit, not a lot for taking that off. And you want

  • to do that twice cause we want two bags, one for white butter cream and one for our pink.

  • I'll just show you on an envelope in case you couldn't see that. Make a small cut into

  • the bag. And take the very tip off the end. Then fill your bag with your butter cream

  • and put one layer of white butter cream around the bottom. Then this is your pink. Just showing

  • you the direction that you hold the bag. And put a, just above the white layer, just overlaping

  • slightly. Go around, just slightly going in and out with your pink icing. And continue

  • to do that all the way around. To make it easy to turn, if you put the base on a bowl,

  • you can then get your hand underneath to turn easily.

  • Now you've got a few choices of bodice types. For this particular one, bend your dolls legs

  • and pop the doll into the cake. Then get a zip-lock bag. Make a very small cut off the

  • corner and a small cut in. Start with your straps, over the shoulder and around the back.

  • This is your classic sort of bodice that you see on these cakes. I have given you a couple

  • more options of different ones after this, if you prefer a different sort of a style.

  • So follow around the line of the top of the dress with your butter cream, giving a line.

  • And then just do little spots of butter cream. Just push it in, give a little squeeze, and

  • pull back and move along. Repeat this all over the the whole bodice. And you've got

  • your classic butter cream bodice for your cake. Then take your bag that you had your

  • frill butter cream in, and just put a frill the whole way around to fill any gap between

  • the doll and the cake and finish it off. And then finally, we'll take some silver decorations

  • and just pop those at the neck line of the cake. And that's one bodice option.

  • Your other option, you need to do this before you put the doll into the cake. Just make

  • an outline of your dress, and some stripes going downwards. Make it go further down the

  • body than you think you need, so that way you don't have to come back and top it up

  • if you've missed some. All the way around. Then what we're going to do is, hold the doll

  • over a bowl, and cover it in sprinkles of your choice. I've used pink here, but you

  • can use multi-coloured or whatever you'd like. Shake off any excess, do the back and the

  • sides. And then take your butter cream again, and fill in the holes that you left the lines.

  • So it gives us a striped bodice effect to your cake. Which can look pretty. It give

  • a bit of variation to it. Once you've finished doing that, again bend the doll's legs to

  • get it to the right height. And because you've already covered the body, you hold it by the

  • head, and push it in. And then do the frill around the top.

  • The last one, which is my favourite one. Again do your outline, going around the doll. Then

  • placing it over a bowl, using some white, longer style spinkles, so it looks a bit like

  • white fur, cover over the icing that you've already done, and shake off any excess. And

  • then take your butter cream, and just following straight down, doing lines all the way down,

  • finish off your bodice, and do that all the way round and on the other side. And then

  • put your doll into your cake, and do the frill around to finish any gap.

  • I've also done a tutorial on how to do a princess doll using fondant which you can click on,

  • or the easy butter cream rose cupcakes for you there as well.

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