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How to make a Princess Castle Cake

castle cake pan

Magical Castle Cake Pan Set, 32 pieces

Create the most magical castle cake your child has ever seen! For girls, it can become the fairy tale castle of her dreams. For boys, create a knights castle complete with moat and drawbridge! The designs are endless - haunted castles, candy castles, enchanted castles and more! Simply add castle pieces to frosted layer cakes. Decorative details can be added directly to the construction pieces for color and flair. The magical Castle Cake Pan Set includes: 4 small turrets with 4 roof peaks, 4 medium turrets with 4 roof peaks, 4 large turrets with 4 roof peaks, 6 windows, 1 door, and 1 main roof. Use pieces year after year and create many magical birthdays. By Wilton.

  • Cake batter for 2 cakes (any flavor)

  • 10" round cake pans (2)

  • 6" round cake pan

  • Icing, white or pastel (enough for 2 cakes)

  • Decorator icing

  • Toothpick and sheet of paper (optional)

  • Fondant for making flowers, petals, ribbons (optional)

  1. Bake two 10" cake layers and one 6" round cake layer. Remove the layers from the pan and allow them to cool for 20 minutes.  Flip cake out of pan and set aside to cool completely.

  2. Check to see if the two 10" cake layers are level.  If not, trim using a cake leveler or long bread knife.

  3. Place one of the 10" layer on a cake plate or covered board.  Use white frosting to frost one of the 10" cakes on its top, then place the second square layer on top and ice the top and sides of the cake.

  4. Trim the round 6" cake so that it's level.  Place it on top of the larger frosted cake and finish frosting the top and sides. 

  5. Frost turrets with frosting, and place one set at each corner of the cake to form instant turrets. For  extra sparkle and glamour liberally sprinkle with sparkle purple sprinkles.  Frost top edges of regular cake cones and place frosted turrets on to.

  6. Use paper and toothpick to make 4 little flags and place on top of each turret.  Instead of paper, you can also use fondant to make flags.

  7. Decorate your castle with shimmering sugars and candy; use decorating icing to outline windows and to make flowers.

  8. Optional: If using fondant, cut out shapes of flowers, petals and decorate the princess castle and sides.

Quick Easy Princess Crown & Wand Cake

  • Cake batter for 1 cake (any flavor)

  • 9" round cake pans (2)

  • Pink icing

  • Purple icing

  • Colored Rolled Fondant pre-made

  • various cutout shapes like flowers, numbers, swirls, etc.

  • Tiara and Wand Cake Topper

  • Option: fresh flowers and cascading curling ribbon

  • Option: colored sparkle dust for fondant

 Tiara Crown and Wand Cake Topper

Instructions for easy Princess Crown and Wand Cake:

  1. Bake 2 cake in 9" round cake pans.  Cool for 20 minutes. Remove cake from pan by gently scraping sides, flipping cake over onto covered cardboard, and tap bottom of pan lightly until cake comes out.

  2. When cake is completely cool, frost with pink colored frosting.  Layer the two cake layers on top with a layer of frosting in between.  Finish off frosting sides.

  3. Roll out colored fondant on clean board.  Use powdered sugar on the board to prevent sticking.  Cut out various shapes and put on the cake randomly.  Choose shapes like flowers, swirls, etc.

  4. Use a toothpick to gently mark the top edge of the cake into 8 sections.  Pipe band of scalloped ribbon around the edge.  Top scallop with a flower cutout.

  5. Finish off with Tiara Crown and Wand Cake Topper on top.

  6. Option: Before placing the wand and crown, layer pink and purple curling ribbon on top.  Let them cascade down the edge of the cake.  Place the crown and wand topper on top.  Finish off with a few fresh pink roses on the side. 

  7. Option: Once scalloped edge is dry and hard, brush on some sparkle dust on to give it an extra touch of elegance.

  8. Guaranteed to get a lot of oohs-and-aahhs!  You're little girl will love this one!

Quick Easy Dancing Princess Cake


  • Cake batter for  cake (any flavor)

  • 9" round cake pans (2)

  • Purple and pink icing

  • red icing

  • green icing

  • Purple sparkle sprinkles

  • Princess Cake Figurines


 4 Princesses Figurines Cake Topper - Belle, Cinderella, Little mermaid, Sleeping Beauty

Instructions for easy Princess Sheet Cake:

  1. Bake cake in 9" pans.  Cool for 20 minutes. Remove cake from pan by gently scraping sides, flipping cake over onto covered cardboard, and tap bottom of pan lightly until cake comes out.

  2. When cake is completely cool, frost with desired colored frosting.

  3. Ice cake completely in pink.  Use purple icing to decorate bottom and top edges of the cake. 

  4. Add flowers on the edge using green icing to make leaves, then red to make flowers.

  5. Place Princess Cake Figurines on top.

  6. Sprinkle purple sparkle sprinkles all over top for extra glitter and sparkle that kids love!

  7. Enjoy!

Easy Foolproof Castle Cake


  • 2 box strawberry cake mix

  • 1 cup strawberry pie filling

  • 1 1/2 cup frozen strawberries (thawed)

  • 8 eggs

  • 2/3 cup water

  • few drops of red food coloring


  • 4 ice cream cones

  • pink icing

  • green icing

  • pink sprinkles

  • assorted colorful candy, like skittles, m&m, gummy candy, etc.

  • Princess Cake Figurines (optional)

Nordic Ware 10-c. Nonstick Platinum Series Castle Bundt Pan

This magical castle cake pan is so versatile it can be transformed from a girl's princess castle cake, to a boy's medieval knight castle!

Another great option is to make an informal sea shore castle with a quick dusting of powder sugar, whip cream on the turrets and fresh berries.  Place on a platter with brown sugar (sand) and a few gummy fish!  Quick and easy!

Instructions for easy Strawberry Castle Cake:

  1. Grease castle cake Bundt pan with butter and sprinkle with granulated sugar. Mix all ingredients (except juice from strawberries) together well and pour batter into pan. Bake in a 350 degree oven 50 to 60 minutes.

  2. Bake cake in castle cake pan.  Cool for 20 minutes. Remove cake from pan by flipping cake over, and tapping bottom of pan lightly until cake comes out.

  3. When cake is completely cool, pipe pink icing all along all the creases of castle.  Windows, bricks, roofs, etc. Cover as much as you can.

  4. Ice 4 ice cream cones with pink icing. Sprinkle pink sprinkles on top. Place cones on turrets.

  5. Decorate bottom of castle with green icing to make it look like grass.

  6. Place colorful candy all over castle.  Use extra pink icing to secure.

  7. This is a fun, easy project to do with kids and to get them excited about their birthday party!  Enjoy!

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