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SANTA FROST CAKE- 3 easy steps for Christmas

Updated on December 20, 2013


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Assemble the Cake

  • In the first step you need to assemble the cake. First you need to bake, 2 heart-shaped cakes. Fill the layers with your own favorite filling.
  • Ice the cakes with white frosting & then keep it in the fridge to get chilled. Then set aside the extra frosting from the cakes.


Fondant Cake

  • · Take the red fondant & roll out. Make it atleast 1/9 inch thick.
  • · Turn the cake upside down in such a way that the tip of the heart starts facing towards the top.
  • · Now you have to make Santa’s hat. For it place the red fondant across the top.
  • · Remove extra fondant on the side slowly.


Decorating the Cake

  • · Use a star piping tip, to prepare a piping bag with the white frost left.
  • · Outline the edges of the Santa’s hat with this piping bag. Make sure that it is done with precision because it is the crux of your dish.
  • · Now use the white frosting to make the ball at the top of Santa’s hat.
  • · In the same way; Pipe nose, eyes & mustache.
  • · Now take all the remaining frost, to make Santa’s beard. Make white dots of frosting below Santa’s mustache.
  • · You can fill Santa’s eyes with food gel. (You can choose any colour. But, blue will be the best)

That’s it. Cake is finished and I hope you & your family will like having this cake with your family on Christmas Eve & do not forget to leave your feedback at end. Thanks....Ho Ho Ho


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      Aaron 3 years ago

      Hello Monia,Thank you for letting me know that you have eynojed reading my blog. I am so glad it has helped you. Your friend was born under the Harvest Moon and her birth totem is the Brown Bear. Of course it doesn't stop there because we all have 9 power totems that walk with us on our journey here on Mother Earth. And then there are the Messengers who come and go to teach us important lessons. I don't know of any specific patterns for Native dresses. Will you be knittin, crocheting, or sewing the dress? You know you can always use yarns that are colored in the typical colors we see in Native American designs with any pattern. Perhaps something made from turquoise, red, and yellow? Or use the colors of the Medicine Wheel which are Red, Yellow, White, and Black. Let me know if I can help you further.

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      Muji 3 years ago

      hello,I just wished to write to say how much I've enoyjed reading your site. I am part cherokee on my mother's side and my sister is half blackfoot on her father's side. we are half sisters actually as you can see. but anyways I love anything and everything to do with the Native American culture. I also have a friend who is always looking for new info on this as well and I am having a problem with finding information about her birth totem. Her birthday is September 13 If you could help me I'd be grateful as I say she loves Native American stuff as I do. Also I noticed you do crafts. I do too and am looking for a crochet pattern for a native american girl dress to do for a project I'm working on. If you may have any ideas or could help in any way I'd be grateful. Sorry if I've rambled I take medication due to a serious ailment which has left me bedbound. Thanks again for any and all help!!!!

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      GAGANPREET SINGH BHATIA 4 years ago from Kanpur, India

      Pleased that you liked the recipe. Thanks a lot.

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      Tirralan Watkins 4 years ago from Los Angeles, CA

      Wow, what a fun looking cake. I know kids all over will love it. I'm assuming you can just use any ol' box cake to start.