Castle Cake Recipe

Make your little girl feel like a princess with her very own castle cake. Expert Sugarcrafter Jan Clement-May and sugarcraft school, Squires Kitchen, are going to show us how make this fairytale castle out of cake
Castle Cake
Recipe Ingredients

  • 1 Large filled sponge cake
  • 1 Small filled sponge cake
  • Butter cream
  • Red food coloring
  • 9 Chocolate mini rolls
  • 9 Ice cream cones
  • Wooden skewer
  • Chocolate sticks
  • Hundreds and thousands
  • Chocolate buttons
  • Dolly mixtures
Recipe Method

  1. Spread a small amount of butter-cream in the center of the large cake. Stick the smaller cake on top.


  1. Add the red food coloring to the butter-cream to make a pretty princess pink, then cover the whole cake in this pink butter-cream using a palette knife.


  1. Place four chocolate mini-rolls at equal intervals around the base of the large cake, then another four around the smaller cake. Finally place a single mini roll in the center of the smaller cake, and secure it in place by pushing a wooden skewer down the center.


  1. Cover the mouth of an ice cream cone in butter-cream, then sprinkle it with hundreds and thousands. Repeat for each ice cream cone. Rest each ice cream cone on top of a mini-roll.

Door & windows:

  1. Cut five chocolate sticks in half. Take two of these halves and cut the top at an angle. Repeat with another two sticks. Stick these onto the side of the cake to create a door. Press chocolate buttons at regular intervals around the side of the cake for windows.


  1. Press a line of sweets around the base of the cake, another around the base of the smaller cake, and another around the top tower. Finish by sticking some fairy models to the board to give the castle some life.

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