Dessert

Welcome to Candy Land cake

This fun cake is quite simple to assemble, thanks to the use of store-bought cakes and icing.
A slab cake decorated like a castle
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Looking for more castle cake ideas? Check out our collection here.

Want to make your own cake? Here’s our basic cutter cake recipe. And our classic sponge cake recipe.

Or to make your own frosting, use our frosting recipe here.

Ingredients

Equipment
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Cake

Method

1.Secure cake bases, long sides together, on the cake board with a little frosting. Top with remaining cakes. Position muffins at one corner of the cake. Reserve 2 teaspoons of the frosting. Spread remaining frosting over top and sides of cake and muffins.
2.Trim the top off one sherbet cone; press cone onto small muffin. Press one of the flat-based cones onto large muffin then top with the mini ice-cream cone. Position remaining flat-based cone next to muffins. Cut red sour strap to make the door; position onto large muffin. Position remaining sherbet cones on either side of door. Press hearts onto sides of muffins then position a row of pink boiled lollies above hearts.
3.Secure the jube on top of the red boiled lolly with a little of the reserved frosting. Place on top of the flat base cone. Top with flags.
4.Using the picture as a guide, decorate cake with remaining lollies.

If using non-edible decorations, make sure to remove them before serving.

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