About this recipe: A lovely cake for any peppa pig fan! I made this for a little boy who was 2 and he totally loved it and clapped in delight when he saw it (I think he thought it was a toy, bless him lol).
I added some green fondant and some blossom to board to give a driving through the countryside look. I hope you have a go. It's hard but fun and so rewarding when it is finished.. GOOD LUCK!!
Mommy pig's eyelashes and daddy pig's glasses were drew on with edible ink pens.
hi kiera, stay away from the oil, it can make fondant tacky also, just use icing sugar and move fondants position when rolling out so dont stick making sure enough icing sugar under it aswell as on top, drape rolled fondant over your roller to cover cake. if dusting ruins the finish of cake, just use a damp clean pastry brush to get rid of icing dusting xx hope it helps , lots more cakes to get ideas from on my website, www.clairescakeswarminster.co.uk - 23 Feb 2012
challenging but fantastic to see the childs face light up when shown their special birthday cake - 07 Sep 2010
I read up to use veg oil to stop the fondant sticking to hands and work surface but has left my cake with an oily finish! Do you just advise to rub hands and work surfaces in icing sugar? Your cake looks amazing by the way! - 07 Feb 2012