Carving A Castle It Possible?

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mamanof3 Posted 31 Mar 2009 , 1:17am
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Just wondering if it's possible to carve a castle cake. Has anyone done this? If so any tips? Or should I be thinking of making the towers/turrets seperately?

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BlakesCakes Posted 31 Mar 2009 , 1:39am
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I can't see trying to carve a standing 3D castle out of a single cake, but I've done an all edible one. You can see it in the link below. I explain it pretty well in the caption.


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tcakes65 Posted 31 Mar 2009 , 12:48pm
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I make my towers out of rice krispy treats and cover them in fondant. It's so much easier than trying to carve them out of cake.

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Deb_ Posted 31 Mar 2009 , 12:56pm
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You may get more responses if you have this moved to the cake decorating forum. icon_smile.gif

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cosmogurl Posted 31 Mar 2009 , 1:10pm
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I made my towers by filling cake ice cream cones with batter. I used two for each tower one was inverted. Than I iced them.
Forgot to add besides some pictures of princesses I put on the cake the whole cake was edible. There is a photo in my profile

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Carlymoon Posted 31 Mar 2009 , 1:23pm
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I did a castle recently but chose not to go 3D for the sake of transporting it safely. However when I was getting Ideas for it the best bet I saw was the wilton castle cake set. It came with the turrets ect. so you would have to carve them. I think they have you cover them with fondant and attach with dowels. I'm pretty sure there are instructions on and user review if that helps.

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eilidh Posted 31 Mar 2009 , 1:32pm
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If you look in my pics I did a castle from as square cake as the main bit and then the four outside towers were made by stacking rounds of cut cake sandwiched with jam. I then buttercreamed the towers and then warpped in fondant separate from the cake. The top tower though is a hollow tube of gum paste just because the outside towers were enough cake for the party and left the square for the family to eat. If I can help you at all with it please pm me, I'm no expert but happy to help where I can!

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mamanof3 Posted 31 Mar 2009 , 2:16pm
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Oops didn't realize where I had do i move the thread?

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