Welcome to the Electric Alice Kitchen! Me, Lisa and our special guest Bei Badgirl are dolled up and ready to show you how to make some scrummy fairy cakes. All you need is cake mix, jam and cream!
I’m wearing the beautiful Teddy Patisserie skirt from Metamorphose, some sparkly bow clips from 6% Doki Doki and a gorgeous little candy bracelet from Chocomint – all available in store soon!
First, follow the instructions on your cupcake mix of choice. We whizzed two eggs and a knob of butter in with our Betty Crocker mix, and spooned it carefully into patty pans on a cupcake tray.
Scientists have proven that licking the excess batter makes your cupcakes taste better – don’t let anybody tell you otherwise! We then baked our cupcakes for about 20 minutes on 180˚ and pulled them out when they were perfectly golden brown.
It’s important to look ladylike when operating an oven, girls. Keep those feet placed neatly together.
Lisa is wearing a gorgeous Angelic Pretty jumperskirt, coordinated with a big sparkly 6% Doki Doki bow clip and a pretty bracelet from Chocomint, which has a gorgeous gold bow with rhinestones on a glossy pink strap.
Pretty clothes and pretty food are the perfect combination. Here’s Bei showing off a gorgeous dot tulle headbow from Chocomint, available soon in store!
Now comes the tricky part. Get a sharp knife and dig a circle into the top of the cakes, holding the knife at an angle so you cut out a cone-shaped piece of cake. Put the cut-out pieces aside and spoon a dollop of your favourite jam into the holes in the cakes – we used raspberry. :3
Now for some whipped cream! Squirt a good-sized dollop on top of the jam in each cake. You can whip up fresh cream too, if you like. We chose canned cream because it makes a pretty pattern when it comes out.
Bei wears a sexy apron over a petticoat from Dangerous Nude, accessorised with a vintage chain and a gorgeous rhinestone bow necklace from Chocomint.
Then all you need to do is grab the pieces you cut out from the cakes earlier, cut them in half, and poke each piece into the cake. This forms the “wings” of the fairy cakes! We topped ours with pink sprinkles, but a dusting of icing sugar looks great too.