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Today I show you how to make an amazing Moana Cake, based on Disney's Moana movie.
If you haven't had time to watch the newest Disney movie yet, all you need to know is that Moana is the main character and has taken it upon herself to save her island of Motunui.
Along the way she has to battle the strength of the ocean, which is why I chose to create isomalt waves with icing for the cake board.
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How to Make a Moana Doll Cake
- Prepared tapered cake (Vanilla cake recipe https://youtu.be/XaNELscDtms)
- Vanilla buttercream white, & blue (https://youtu.be/rjqOTM5icOE)
- Fondant- orange/gold, red, ivory
- Moana Doll (https://www.amazon.com/Disney-Moana-Oceania-Adventure-Doll/dp/B01BSKD5DE/ref=sr_1_5?s=toys-and-games&ie=UTF8&qid=1486204925&sr=1-5&keywords=moana+doll)
- Isomalt Nibs (https://www.amazon.com/CakePlay-Isomalt-Nibs-Blue/dp/B009DKCHWW/ref=sr_1_1_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1486204891&sr=8-1&keywords=CakePlay+Isomalt+Nibs+-+Blue)
Cover cake in vanilla buttercream.
Using a fettuccine pasta maker, cutout strips of grass/fettuccine with the orange fondant.
Attach the pieces to the lower portion of the cake.
Roll out ivory fondant into a 9" round scalloped circle.
Using a tiny square cutter, remove small squares from each scallop to mimic lace.
Transfer the piece of fondant to the cake, so that the grass portion shows through underneath.
Cut out small flowers in the orange fondant and attach to the ivory portion of the dress with water.
Roll out a rectangular piece of red fondant and cover the doll's torso area with it.
Attach the fondant piece together at the back of the doll.
Remove a small amount of cake from the center.
Place the doll into the hole in the cake.
Roll out small scalloped circle of ivory fondant.
Remove mini square sections as done in the larger circle.
Cut a small oval shaped opening from the center of it, and cut a slit from the oval, to the edge of the fondant circle.
Wrap this piece of fondant around the waist of the doll.
Using a 1/2" rectangular piece of red fondant, wrap the fondant around the doll's waist to complete the sash.
Melt isomalt nibs according to package directions (30 second intervals) and pour over a round/cylinder object that is covered with a silicone mat.
These will be the waves.
Allow them to cool completely before removing them from the silicone mat.
Cover a 12" cake board in buttercream covered with graham cracker crumbs, and blue buttercream.
Place isomalt waves into the blue buttercream.
Cake is best consumed within 2-3 days.