Birthday cake Minnie Mouse with buttercream and fondant
Portions: 10 persons | Preparation: 150 minutes
This birthday cake with a Minnie Mouse motif makes children’s eyes shine. The foundation is formed by the sponge cake base, which simply tastes fantastic with a caramel-flavored buttercream. Of course, the highlight of the cake is the fondant topping, which should not be missing at a children’s birthday party.
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Dough for the head
- 6 eggs
- 90 g flour
- 175 g sugar
- 150 g flour
Dough for the ears
- 3 eggs
- 45 g flour
- 85 g sugar
- 75 g flour
- 1 tin sweetened condensed milk, cooked
- 250 g butter
- 200 g black fondant
- 200 g pink fondant
- 150 g cream fondant
- 50 g white fondant
- 10 g Fondant, red
- sugar glue, to taste
- Heatproof bowl
- Hand mixer
- Fondant set
Bake the dough
- Melt the butter in a saucepan over low heat.
- Separate the egg yolk and egg white and place in two separate bowls.
- Sieve the sugar into the egg yolk and beat in a hot water bath until creamy.
- Into the thick whitish Sieve the cream into the flour, do not stir!
- Pour in the butter that is no longer hot.
- Beat the egg whites until stiff.
- First carefully fold in a third of the egg whites into the batter and then the rest.
- Mix everything together gently.
- Split the sponge cake mixture into the greased springform pans (head and two ears).
- Bake the sponge cake at 180 degrees for approx. 30 – 35 minutes.
- Check the small springform pans after 20 minutes.
- Turn the sponge cake out and open Allow to cool on a wire rack for approx. 1 hour.
Prepare the cream
- Mix the cooked milkmaid with soft butter until creamy.
- Cut the sponge cake bases crosswise into two equal bases.
- Grease all bases and edges with the caramel cream.
- Open a Arrange the head with the ears on a baking tray, cut the ears slightly if necessary.
- Put the cake in the fridge for 20 minutes.
- Start with the cream-colored fondant, roll out generously.
- Carefully open the cream fondant Place the large biscuit, press carefully, avoiding the creases.
- Cut off the excess fondant.
- Then roll out the black fondant for the ears and the head area, place on the biscuits.
- Now work on the pink fondant, best Cut into strips and place around the edges of the head and ears.
- Make a bow and place it on the middle of Minnie Mouse’s head.
- Put out small circles out of the white fondant and place them on the pink edges and on the bow with sugar glue attach.
- Now cut Minnie Mouse’s face and finish the birthday cake.
You can bake the biscuit in advance. Ganache can be used instead of the caramel cream.