1 package yellow cake mix
2 packages fluffy white frosting
2 pointed ice cream cones
1 package pink pillow mints
2 milk chocolate candy bars (7/8 ounce each)
Pink and Red construction paper for flags
Blue foil paper to cover tray (water for moat)
Coconut tinted green
Pink decorators sugar
1. Cover a large flat tray or piece of cardboard
with aluminum foil for serving tray. *
2. Bake cake batter in oblong pan 13x9-1/2X2 inches, as directed on 1 package
of cake mix.
3. Cool in pan 10 minutes; remove from pan. Cool thoroughly.
4. Cut cake in the following manner
(see diagram 1):
First cut cake in half crosswise into 2 rectangles, 8x6 inches
one half into 3 equal pieces, each about 6x2-1/2 inches.
Cut the center piece in half to make 2 small squares (D in
With a sharp knife, trim these squares to make the cut edges rounded. These pieces are for the towers.
5. Prepare frosting as directed on 1 package of fluffy white frosting mix.
6. Place large cake rectangle (A
in diagram) on foil-covered tray with longer side to the front. Frost top. Place pieces B and C on top as shown in diagram
2. Spread a thin coating of frosting on all cut sides. Frost cake completely, making edges as square as possible.
Prepare another package of fluffy white frosting mix. (Use as needed)
8. Place D pieces at the front corners of the
cake so that they extend beyond the front edge (see diagram 2). Frost.
9. Frost 2 pointed ice cream cones (place cones over fingers to frost).
Sprinkle cones with pink decorators sugar. Place on top of D pieces.
10. Arrange pink pillow mints along top edges
of castle and towers.
11. Break 2 milk chocolate bars (7/8 oz each) into sections. Trim and place on front and back
of castle for windows. (For round windows, trim chocolate squares with sharp knife.) Use chocolate sections for center door
12. Cut flags from construction paper; fasten with frosting onto toothpicks. Insert in cake and in
tips of cones.
* Note: If you like, cover tray or board with blue foilleave a border of this foil showing around castle
for the water in moat. Cover remaining foil with green-tinted coconut grass as shown in picture.