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Rudolph Christmas cake

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Rudolph Christmas cake
Rudolph Christmas cake
  • Serves: 14-21

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  • Skill level: Easy peasy

  • Costs: Cheap as chips

Woman's Weekly recipe Kids and adults alike will love this Christmas cake design, featuring everyone's favourite reindeer, Rudolph - a super simple design which is great for baking beginners

Ingredients

Instead of Smarties you could use glacier cherries instead for Ruldoph's famous red nose.

Method

  1. Cover your Christmas cake with marzipan and sugar paste.
  2. Knead the brown sugarpaste to soften it and roll it out on a surface lightly dusted with icing sugar. Cut out 1 large and 2 smaller reindeer shapes. If there is time, allow them to dry so they’ll be easier to draw the details on; if not, use the edible ink pen, but take care not to press too hard on the sugarpaste or it will indent.
  3. Mix some of the brown sugarpaste with water to give a sticky glue. Use a little to stick the red Smartie on to the largest reindeer for Rudolph’s nose and a brown sweet on to each of the smaller reindeer’s noses. Use some of the glue to position the reindeers on the cake. Wrap a ribbon around the cake.

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