Ten of the best Sven cakes

Everyone loves Sven, the friendly reindeer from Frozen. Sven is a reindeer with the heart of a Labrador, Sven is Kristoff’s loyal friend, super strong sleigh-puller and conscience! Do you need any more reasons to feature him on your Frozen party cake?

We’ve reined in ten of the best Sven from Frozen cakes from around the web.


Sven from Frozen cake: Baby Sven

What an adorable face!  This baby Sven cake is so cute, perfect for a baby’s first birthday party.  Bless!

frozen cake - baby sven

Source: https://www.facebook.com/littlecherrycakecompany


Sven from Frozen cake: Sven buried by snow.

Poor Sven, buried under snow.  We love that Sven is the central focus of this cake, and the extra puff of icing sugar on his nose!

frozen cake sven under snow

Source: https://www.facebook.com/Izzyscakes 


Sven from Frozen cake: Cheerful Sven and Olaf

This bright and cheerful Frozen cake shows Olaf and Sven larking around.  This Frozen party cake would brighten anyone’s day!

frozen cake - Sven and olaf

Source: http://www.cakecentral.com/g/i/3209247/frozen-cake-with-handmade-sven-and-olaf/



Sven from Frozen cake: Sven and Olaf on ice

Poor old Sven is the butt of Olaf’s joke in this cake, but we still love it. Sven looks so soft and fluffy, we just want to pick him up, cuddle him and then gobble him up!!

Frozen cake Sven flat olaf laughing

Source: http://www.catcakes.es/


Sven from Frozen cake:  Sven showstopper

This cake is pure art, but we love that Sven is tops the showtopper!

frozen cake - sven showshopper

Source: https://www.facebook.com/AtelierGaliasSugarArt


Sven from Frozen cake: Sven, Olaf and winter trees

We love the pretty trees on this cake, they remind us of the movie scene with crystals hanging from the frozen branches when we first meet Olaf.  Sven has a wonderful expression on his face here too!

frozen cake - Sven olaf trees

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Sven from Frozen cake: Kind Sven

We just love the kind look in Sven’s eyes in this Frozen party cake.  He looks so lovingly at Olaf!

frozen cake - kind sven

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Sven from Frozen cake: Sven with Carrots

Sven is happily munching on a carrot in this Frozen themed cake.  We sure hope this is a carrot cake!

frozen cake sven and carrots 

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Sven from Frozen cake: Sven and sleigh

This cake is using plastic decorations, so it is cheating a little bit.  But we do love that the complete ice harvesting team is included: Kristoff, Sven and their sleigh!  There’s even some fuel provide, a little bunch of carrots for Sven!

Frozen cake - sven sleigh

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Sven from Frozen cake: Sven fondant topper

This one is cheating a little bit, but we just can’t say no to Sven’s little face!  This Sven fondant cake topper would turn any simple white frosted cake into a stunning Frozen birthday cake!

Frozen cake - fondant sven topper

Source: https://www.etsy.com/listing/206148545/frozen-inspired-sven-the-raindeer

Ten of the best Queen Elsa doll cakes

Barbie doll cakes have been around for a long time, they have been adapted to create Disney princess cakes and most recently to create beautiful and glamorous Elsa and Anna princess doll cakes.  These Elsa princess doll cakes can be the most amazing centrepiece at your child’s Frozen themed party. They are relatively easy to make, if you have a Elsa doll to hand.  We’ve collected ten of the best Elsa doll cakes from around the web.

Queen Elsa doll cake: Large snowflakes

We love the beautifully sculpted white snowflakes on this Elsa doll cake. Elsa’s skirt is built up with flowing layers of ice blue fondant.

Queen Elsa cake - Elsa large snowflakes olaf

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Queen Elsa Doll cake: Large frosting swirls

A tasty alternative to fondant icing as decoration to an Elsa doll cake, is buttercream icing swirls.  This Elsa cake features hundreds of ice-blue buttercream swirls.

Queen Elsa cake - frosting swirls

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Queen Elsa Doll Cake: Snowflake lights

We love a bit of technology in our cakes, here’s an Elsa doll cake featuring pretty back-lit snowflakes around her hem.  She’s a sparkly magic masterpiece! We also love the detailed piping work featuring teal, ice blue and white snowflakes around the top of her skirt.

Queen Elsa cake - lit snowflakes

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Queen Elsa Doll Cake: Pressed snowflakes, neat pearls

This Elsa doll cake features lots of neatly pressed snowflakes, easily made using a snowflake fondant press.  But we included this prince cake in our top 10 because we love the neat little icing pearls spotting from top to bottom of Elsa’s skirt.

Queen Elsa cake - neat pearls

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Queen Elsa Doll Cake: Ice blue gradient

We love the use of colour in this cake, which features a dark-blue to ice blue gradient in Elsa’s skirt.

Queen Elsa cake - piped snowflakes and swirls

Source: http://www.yummymummykitchen.com/


Queen Elsa Doll cake: Rock candy 

We love a bit of Rock Candy and this Elsa doll cake is unique in that it features a whole lot of it around the base of Elsa’s skirt.

Queen Elsa cake - rock candy

Source: http://www.madebyaprincessblog.com/2014/05/Frozen-Birthday-Party.html


Queen Elsa Doll Cake: Ruffles

This super glamorous Elsa, is not built into the centre of the cake skirt, but poses in front of a cake smothered in ruffles of ice-blue ruffles. You can almost hear her singing “Let it go”. We love the extra detail that she is walking over snowflake lace.

Queen Elsa cake - ruffles

Source: http://cakesrock.rocks/rockin-cakes/2558431

Queen Elsa Doll Cake: Silver Swirls

This Elsa cake is decorated with painted-on silver swirls.  We love the neat seal between the doll and the cake skirt, using a single white fondant snowflake.

Queen Elsa cake - silver swirls

Source: http://www.facebook.com/janeebabescakes


Queen Elsa Doll cake: Sugar frosted

The simplicity of this Elsa doll cake is it’s beauty.  Elsa’s cake is decorated with a fine layer of crystal sugar, giving a pretty frosted effect all over.


Queen Elsa cake - sugar frosted


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Queen Elsa Doll Cake: Twists

Another super glam Elsa, surely singing “Let it go”.  This Elsa doll is also in front of her cake skirt, which is covered in layers of ice blue fondant twists.

Queen Elsa cake - twists and leg

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Creating Frozen Fractals using Rock Candy


I’ve seen lots of lovely Frozen party cakes designs using Rock Candy. The stuff intrigues me. It makes for fantastic shards of ice, icicles and other dramatic features.

Here are a few of my favourite designs from around the web.

Shards of rock candy
Shard of rock candy are used to imply Elsa’s ice palace, or the dangerous uncontrollable power of her curse.

blue sugar shards Clear sugar shards

Rock candy sheets

Large, neatly cut, sheets of Rock Candy, used to create a large ice palace.

rock candy ice palace

A large piece of Rock Candy placed flat on top of a cake to create a frozen lake, or skating rink for Elsa and Anna.

Sugar work frozen lake

Giant rock candy crystals
Here, scattered around a lost Elsa.

Rock candy clusters

Drizzles of rock candy
A more random approach to pouring the molten sugar, creates stunning icicles, swirls and shards of rock candy ice, decorating simple cupcakes.

Frozen icicle cupcakes

Rock candy forms
Last but not least, this stunning, Elsa cloak, crafted from a single Rock Candy form.

sugar work cape

I love the dramatic impact rock candy can add to the design of a Frozen-themed celebration cake. From simple to elaborate, it adds a touch of glassy class.

Rock candy recipe
In a saucepan, add:

  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1.5 tablespoons of corn syrup
  • 2 tablespoons of water

Boil on high until it reaches 150*C. Then add:

  • 1 drop of blue food colouring
  • 1/8 teaspoon of flavouring (i.e. mint, optional)

Pour it out on a silicone mat.

  • To make shards pour a large amount out onto the mat
  • To make lacy frozen icicles, drizzle smaller amounts as little strings and strands of syrup.

It will lift right up off the mat when cooled.

The larger piece can be broken carefully to make crystals. Be really careful…hard candy can cut like glass.

There is also a really good recipe, with pictures on Pams’ party and practical tips blog, here: http://www.pamspartyandpracticaltips.com/2014/01/elsas-ice-candy_17.html

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