Thursday, September 10, 2009

Hello Kitty and Friend Fondant Birthday Cake





I made this cute Hello Kitty fondant cake for my sweet niece birthday. Today, she is going to celebrate her 3 years old birthday with her classmate in the Childcare Centre. Hope she will love it. :)

17 comments:

Anncoo said...

I'm sure your niece will surely love this. So sweet and pretty :)

Alice said...

Gorgeous and perfect looking cake:)
Btw thanks for your reply.

Kitchen Corner said...

Wow.. very lovely fondant cake! That's very well done!

cherry potato said...

OMG! the hello kitty sooooooooo cute!

Sonia said...

I wish one day I can make a fondant cake for my kid's birthday. May I know the cake you use is butter cake or sponge cake?

Happy Flour said...

Hi Anncoo, Alice, Kitchen Corner and Cherry Potato,

Thanks so much for all your lovely compliments. :)

Happy Flour said...

Hi Sonia,

I should say it's soft chocolate butter cake.

─═★幸福の故事書 said...

Wow! yr kitty fondant cake was so great.

How is the taste on the fondant? Sweet? Cos i never eat before.

I planned to make fondant cake for my daughter coming b'day, but i has no idea how to make it...

KEEP IT UP!

Happy Flour said...

Hi 幸福故事书,

Thanks for your complient. :)

Fondant taste like candy. You can buy the ready to roll fondant 'Bakels Pettinice' or check out from internet for fondant recipe. Happy baking.

Laura said...

So pretty! simply awesome!

Happy Flour said...

Hi Laura,

Thanks for your compliment. :)

LuthAdel said...

I'm thinking of making a fondant cake for my boy's 1st birthday after reading your post :) very inspiring indeed!

Can you share with me some tips please as I've never done it before:P
1. How is the taste of the cake?
2. How do you get rid of the excess icing sugar on the fondant to make it so nice and shiny?
3. Do you need to make the "accessories" ahead of time?

Sorry for so many questions .... a nervous mum here :P

Thanks!

Happy Flour said...

Hi LuthAdel,

Thanks for your compliment.

The cake is just chocolate butter cake. The fondant taste like marshmallow, children will like that.
Don't use too much icing sugar or corn flour for dusting. Use a clean brush and brush away excess icing sugar left on the fondant.
You can mould the figurines and cut out one or two days ahead, keep in an container for drying before decorating on the fondant cake.

Luthadel said...

Hi,
Thanks for the tips! I'm going to try my hands at it this Friday :)
Cheers!

LuthAdel said...

Hihi, I just wanted to thank you for all the tips and I managed to do my fondant cake successfully on Saturday!!!! Woo Hoo... You can have a look at my blog http://theevolvingbean.blogspot.com/

Everybody Eats Well in Flanders said...

Hi
Your hello kitty fondant is really very pretty. Do u have a blog posting on how to make fondant ??

MissB

Happy Flour said...

Hi Miss B,

Thanks, I bought the ready to use fondant from bakery mart.