Birthday Cakes For Girls

Birthday Cakes For Girls

There can be a colossal collection of birthday cakes from which to choose, provided by many sources. There are some high-street retailers which may have birthday cake sections within their bakers, supermarkets can stock a large selection of birthday cakes, there are specialist cake design shops and websites which have all manner of weird and wacky cakes. There are countless recipe books, detailing baking techniques and styling. All this choice can occasionally help it become harder than it should be to select the best birthday cake for your little girl’s birthday.

For your young girl, think about is her hobbies. Is she into horses or horseback riding? Then make a horse-related cake. Perhaps she enjoys a certain cartoon or TV show. You might have a cake from the character or determined by that character’s theme. Failing this, however, there are many traditionally girly cake ideas that we can give you to help you with your quest for the daughter’s birthday cake.

Disney Cakes

Disney characters, generally speaking, are set up with girls planned. Whilst younger boys like guns and soldiers and footballs, Disney characters often appeal more towards girls. Anything from a Mickey Mouse cake with an Aladdin cake. There will undoubtedly be at least one Disney character your daughter understands and they’ll like to own a Disney themed cake.

Princess Cakes

Girls, of any age, like to be pampered. They want to wait accessible and food and that can blame them. I think this originated in every girl’s desire …

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Birthday Cookie and Cake Recipe

When I asked soon-to-be 12 years old Ryann what sort of birthday cake she wanted she said, “Either a cookie cake or a chocolate cake”. After deliberating which to produce, I chose both! I topped a chocolate-chip cookie cake using a rich chocolate cake, topped all this with chocolate buttercream frosting and, of course, birthday candles!

Unlike my pal Marianne Getz (Wolfgang Puck’s pastry chef), I am NOT an excellent baker. However, I believe that Birthday Cakes needs to be made in your house, with love, instead of commercially made so…I caused it to be myself…using mixes! Plus, rather than wasting $3.99 for the pre-made decorative colored frosting, I spent $.99 on white frosting and improvised. Unless you are getting fancy, you can do it my way utilizing the vanilla frosting, food coloring, convection a baggie!

Here’s what to buy:

  • 1 Krusteaz Chocolate Chunk cookie mix
  • 1 Betty Crocker Devils Food Cake Mix
  • 2 large tubs Betty Crocker Rich and Chocolate Buttercream-Style Icing
  • 1 regular tub Betty Crocker Rich and Creamy Vanilla Frosting
  • All ingredients to generate the cookie and the cake mix; eggs, oil, etc.
  • 1/4 cup confectioners sugar
  • food coloring for decorative writing and edging.

Directions:

Preheat the oven to 375-degrees and grease the bottom of two 11 x 13 non-stick pans.

Make the cookie dough based on the box directions and spoon to the pan. Wetting your hands with regular faucet water, flatten the dough evenly through the bottom of the pan. Put in the preheated oven.…

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