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  • Today I can't hold it back anymore you've been asking for an Disney Frozen Elsa cake

  • so here it is. Firstly to make this cake you are going to

  • need one and a half of the rich chocolate cake, the recipe video for that is on the

  • website howtocooktht.net and I'll link to the recipe in the description below.

  • Bake it into two 20cm round tins and one 1L heat proof bowl. That you've greased before

  • you pour the mixture in. And bake for around 45 minutes or until cooked all the way through.

  • Then let those cool and level off the top of the round cakes using a knife or a cake

  • leveler. Then take the bowl shaped one and cut it into

  • two layers.

  • Cover the hair of your Elsa doll in plastic wrap to stop it from getting cake in the hair

  • and also cover the waist and legs to protect the joints from getting frosting stuck in

  • them. Then take a cake board and put a smear of

  • icing on it to stop the cake from slipping off. And then add your first layer of cake

  • right over close to one edge leaving about a 1 cm or 1/2 inch gap between the edge of

  • the cake board. Cover that in a layer of frosting and then

  • add the other round cake on top. And I am using my chocolate buttercream recipe for

  • this one and that recipe is on the blog post as well for you.

  • Then add the base of the bowl part and then cover that with more frosting and again putting

  • it over to one side of the rounded cake. Then put the rounded bowl part on top of that.

  • Now we want our doll to sit towards the front of the bowl shape so take your knife and cut

  • down to the base so that you cut out a rectangle shape.

  • Then take a fork and scoop all of that excess cake out of the middle.

  • Now push your doll down into the cake so that you can still see the hip joints.

  • We want to carve the cakes so that it is smooth at the front and the sides.

  • And then we want to carve the back to make it less bowl shaped. So just cut it down there

  • and more like a flowing fabric dress. Use more frosting and some of your off-cuts

  • to build up the gap that's just between the round cakes and the bowl shape there.

  • And then continue to shave off little slices at a time until you've got a nice smooth rounded

  • dress shape. Then cover the whole cake in frosting. Bringing

  • it up to a point around that super-skinny waist. Once it is completely covered take

  • a strip of bendy plastic and use it to smooth out the frosting. You can get this plastic

  • from craft stores or office supply stores as projector sheets or document covers.

  • Now that you have your doll with a flat dress at the front and a big billowing skirt out

  • the back. Place it in the fridge for about half an hour.

  • Roll out some blue fondant in a big circle and place it over the top of the doll with

  • her hands up. Arrange the creases of fondant evenly around the dress so that we've got

  • the nice folds going all the way around it and squeeze it in at the waist.

  • Continue to arrange it until you are happy with it trim off the excess going out and

  • around each of those folds so that the edge of the dress is not straight but more just

  • like flowing fabric flowing down there.

  • Make sure it is pinched in at the waist there and then cut off the excess. Then use your

  • fingers to smooth the fondant in to the doll shape so you don't have like a bump at the

  • waist. So it is smooth going into the doll. Roll out some white fondant really thinly

  • and cut into a ribbon shape like this.

  • Place the arms in the right position and then place this over the front arm so that the

  • join is going to be underneath so that it is not so visible.

  • Then trim it at the wrist to make it into a point at the back of her hand. And then

  • using your finger just smooth out that join in the fondant.

  • Where it meets the shoulder there just trim it down towards the middle.

  • Then cut another rectangle and repeat that on the other arm that it pointing straight

  • up. Again wrapping it around so the join is at

  • the back of the cake and then smooth it with your finger.

  • Now take a strip of white, cut out a semi circle where each underarm is and place it

  • across the top of the chest and around the back.

  • Then trim the front into a v shape neckline just using your knife.

  • Roll out some very thin blue fondant and then trim it so it looks like a long rectangle

  • with a love heart stuck in the centre. Place that over the body, wrap it around the

  • back, trim off one side using scissors, line up the other side and trim it off too so that

  • it looks like a straight join on the back of her dress.

  • Next make a mini rectangle cookie cutter and push it into the bodice just to give it that

  • texture. And you can see how to make your own cookie

  • cutter on the ipad cake video and I'll link to that one at the end of this video or you

  • can watch it on the howtocookthat channel after this one.

  • Continue to press it in all over the body until you've got that texture over the whole

  • area.

  • Then take some white luster dust and using a dry paint brush, brush dust over the whole

  • body section and you can put it over the arms as well so it gives it a bit of that shine.

  • And then to give some faint stripes on the skirt just tap the brush to let some of the

  • dust fall on the top section of the skirt and then take your dry brush and brush it

  • straight down the dress. Then take a fine paintbrush and add a few more thinner lines

  • around the base of the dress using that fine paint brush.

  • Now for the beautiful draping back part of the dress.

  • Take a sheet of non-stick baking paper, place it on the back of the doll and draw the shape

  • that you want the cape to be.

  • Then scrunch up some paper towel into tubes that are narrower and firm at the top and

  • more billowing at the bottom. And rest them on the back of the skirt. This is going to

  • hold the cape off the dress while the cape is setting and while it's hot so that it is

  • not going to effect the fondant. Heat the sugar and water in a saucepan until

  • it dissolves then wash down the sides of the pan with a wet pastry brush and let it boil

  • until it just starts to go golden. Remove it from the heat and stir in a tiny bit of

  • blue colouring. Immediately pour out over your template and

  • use a knife just to make it into shape. Now I've put mine on a cutting board covered in

  • a tea towel here so that it doesn't cool down really fast. If you have a cold bench top

  • then I suggest that you do that as well. And you want to let it cool for just a moment

  • but not too much. If you pick it up straight away it will be runny and it will all drain

  • off. But if you leave it too long it is going to set and you're not going to be able to

  • shape it.

  • Lift it up and hold it across the top back of the dress where you want it to join on.

  • Quickly adjust the way it is sitting and then hold it. Just be patient and hold it still

  • while it is starting to set. If you need to trim off some off the bottom. Using an oiled

  • knife just press it down around the base before it sets hard.

  • Leave it for about another 10 minutes it should be able to hold itself firmly enough but we

  • just want it to be completely cooled. And then you can peel off the non-stick baking

  • paper and remove the paper towel.

  • Use some royal icing across the back of the dress and some on the base of the cape to

  • ensure that it does not slip off the cake when you are moving it to the table. Now this

  • sugar cape will absorb moisture from the air so if you are not using the cake the same

  • day place this cape part in an airtight container and only add it a few hours before you are

  • serving the cake. Using the royal icing pipe some snowflakes

  • onto the base of the cape. Add more royal icing around the base to cover the whole cake

  • board. Add a snowflake to her hand and some more

  • around the base of the dress. I'll do a little bonus video for you seperatley this week to

  • show you how to make those snowflakes. I have also added some wire to her hair to

  • make it stick out on the angle like it does on the poster.

  • Then put on the let it go song and serve up slices of your Elsa cake. And it's a delicious

  • moist chocolate cake that will delight all the little girls who see it.

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  • chocolate creations, put all your requests in the comments below. Have a great week and

  • I'll see you Friday. [music: The Boat Song by youtube.com/setsailtv

  • used with permission]

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