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princess cake

Is your princess cake like this inside.If yes, how did you shape the marzipan over the cream with out any wrinkles. ;-))) qahtan
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Gathan, I was wondering what the poster above you was refering to as a princess cake, since all that I've ever met look like yours! I just tweak mine with a marzipan rose so it has a bit longer shelf life and I don't like sticking flowers into any of my cakes!

It looks like the flowers on top may be chocolate??

I am now looking to make these as mini's I think they would be more than adorable!!
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check out this thread

http://www.cheftalk.com/forums/profe...cess-cake.html

we like this cake and like to discuss!:bounce:

check out the above thread for more tips and discussion!
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post #5 of 11
Funny, my idea of a princess cake wasn't anything like this. I had one when I was a young girl and it was a Barbie doll inserted into a rounded cake which formed the skirt of her dress.

The cake is really pretty!
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"the cake"

I have many years ago made the doll cake, in fact I still have the skirt cake pan,,..
I have only seen this cake as princess cake.
But all I want is to know how to assemble this cake sandwiched , then iit has the whipped cream pilled on the top then marzipan over all.
I can't see how one could apply the marzipan so that it is smooth....
:-((( ;-((( qahtan
post #7 of 11

different styles over the years

This was the style of wedding cakes in UK 50 years ago, this was my wedding cake, So long ago it's black and white picture. ;-))




And this is how the styles have changed, A friend and I did this one
a few years ago.....


Both are rich fruit cakes, with almond paste, top cake is royal icing
with a silver vase that my husbands parents had on their wedding cake, the lower one is rolled icing and hand made flowers......qahtan
post #8 of 11
A "Princess" cake is one of the "CLASSIC" cakes that you learn in culinary school or in traditional European Bakeries.

And yes..no matter how you slice it...Barbie IS a PRINCESS! :lol:
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and no matter how you slice these beautiful cakes..they are works of art!! I just uploaded a bunch of my pictures since I didn't know how to put them here...

so..feel free to go look!

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That's my "NICE" site as I do have a "Naughty one too!!!
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The original Princess cake has light green color, but I colored it in marble color style because I needed to practice how to mix the color. :)

The roses were made from marzipan too. I think drapping the cake might be easier if the whipped cream is whipped to stiff peak.

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Ahhh..now that we have the complete picture...it's beautiful!! Thank you for sharing!
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