Princess Cake

Princess Cake
So it was this little cuties Birthday-


and she really really wanted me to make her a princess cake.
Life is still chaotic but I couldn’t say no to this sweet girl.
Luckily I’ve done this before and thought I’d share an easy way to make a princess cake.

First the supplies– I use cake mix -I’m lazy :) – a small bowl, some frosting, and a doll-
easy enough right.
Step 1- follow directions on box :) and make sure and grease the bowl- (in my case the bowl that’s sliding down the tipping counter top)
Step 2- fill the bowl about yay full- a little over halfway not quite 3/4.
Step 3- Have your sweet boy helping you to make the rest of the batter into cupcakes.
just a note– an Ice cream scooper makes a great spoon for dividing out cupcakes– learned that from some person that was smart and loved to cook- wish I could remember who now though.


Step 4- Cook it as long as you would cook a normal sized cake– refer to the back of box.

Step 5- Let cake cool completly!!! (Unlike me who was impatient this time and took it out to soon and had it crumble so I had to patch it up with frosting.)
Cut off top of cake so that it is flat and tip the cake upside down on a plate
than shove the little dollie in the middle and decorate however you please. Easy peasy.

Frosting patched up one cuz of impatient cook!

Let cool completely one and didn’t have to cover all over with frosting– much better :)
at the end you’ll have one super happy little girl- who couldn’t even wait for the singing to be over before she blew out the candles :) Boy do I love her.

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  1. July 23, 2009 at 4:23 pm

    soooooo cute!

  2. July 26, 2009 at 12:27 am

    Awesome! I’ve got to come up with something for Ivy’s cake this week. Loved the princess idea! (And nothing wrong with a cake mix- they still turn out great and the kids don’t notice! );)

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