Well, tomorrow is little Miss P’s 3rd birthday party, and like half of the little girls in the UK she wanted a Frozen themed cake. Here are some pics of my attempt; I cheated on the Elsa topper and bought it on eBay, but made everything else from scratch. Enjoy.
Which three year old little girl wouldn’t love this cake?… Pink, pink, pink, oh and sweeties! Perfect!
Once you’ve made your usual Vicky Sponge cake batter, weigh it and then divide by four so you will end up with four equal layers after baking. My batter weighed a total of 800g so I knew each layer needed 200g of batter. Then I added a tiny amount of pink colour paste into the mixture before taking out 200g for the first layer. After the first layer was in its tin I added more of the colour to the original mixture before spooning out another 200g for the second layer. Put these two layers in the oven for about 12 minutes.
Once they’re done, flip the cakes onto a cooling wrack and re-grease the tins ready for the third and fourth layer. Add some more colour to the batter before taking out another 200g for the third layer and then add a bit more colour to the remaining batter before transferring to the tin. Bake the third and fourth layer as the first two, for about 12 mins. Flip them out once cooked and leave to cool before decorating.
I made some white buttercream for in between the layers and then just decorated simply with pink icing and pink sweets. Lovely.
Occasionally I come across something that makes my heart ache, saddens me beyond comprehension and stirs something inside me to help make a difference. Russal and Kumari’s testimony did just that. Based in Chennai, India, this inspirational couple set up a charity to help save baby girls from being murdered by their own families simply for being girls. Parents to 11 beautiful girls, Russal and Kumari not only provide a home and family for these baby girls, but also run an awareness program to re-educate local villages, and as a result this practice of killing babies has fallen by 70%. I urge you to cover them in prayer, and support them in mission in any way you can. This has to stop. Check out their website but please be aware it does contain some extremely upsetting images.