One year on from the cake that got me hooked on fondant and I was thrilled, once again, to be asked to help make a special birthday for Barn’s niece.
Freshly baked mini rolls filled with ham and cheese,
Olaf Noses and Blizzard Dip (carrots with cheese dip),
Sven Antlers (Twiglets),
Definitely no poisoned apples involved!
Left to right:
Melted Snow (water)
Princess Potion (apple & strawberry juice)
Winter Frost (blueberry & blackberry juice)
Mini foil cups containing marshmallow ‘snowflakes’; vanilla cupcakes topped with Italian meringue buttercream, finished with edible glitter and snowflakes (blue – blueberry flavoured, white – lemon flavoured).
Snowman buttons, aka spogs, aka the pink and blue bobbly ones in liquorice allsorts.The Seeds of True Love and Frozen Twigs – more commonly known as blackberry jelly beans and blackberry chewy pencils.
Hail stones – street name, ‘Millions’.Can’t resist any longer… The cake was a double layer strawberry Madeira cake, filled and frosted with fresh mixed berry flavour Italian meringue buttercream, covered with fondant and decorated with hand crafted fondant figures – all edible except for Olaf’s arms and hair (and the candle, of course).
I am so chuffed with how this turned out. I know Sven’s the wrong colours but it created a better look on the cake to use the darker colours. Honest.
Oh all right, I haven’t seen the film, didn’t research enough and worked from a misleading internet picture. Another lesson learned. I’m still very pleased with the finished cake though!
Activities included a bouncy castle, snowball fights and a craft table where party guests could make Frozen themed snow globes to take home with them.Each guest received a gift bag containing bubbles, activity sheets, stickers and a diamanté crown shaped bracelet for the girls/badges for the boys.
A grand time was had by all 🙂