Home Baker shows off incredible birthday cake for her friend's daughter in the form of Elsa from Frozen

How smart home baker used SUPERMARKET mud cookies to make an incredible Frozen-themed birthday dessert – and how you can do it

  • A talented home baker has shown an incredible birthday cake she has made
  • The woman made her Elsa from Frozen cake using three Woolies mud cakes
  • On Facebook she shared a step-by-step process to make the cake at home
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A talented home baker has revealed how she has made an incredible birthday cake in the form of Elsa van Frozen for her friend's daughter.

The woman posted to the Woolies and Coles Mud Cake Hacks group on Facebook and said she only used three supermarket-bought cakes for her masterpiece.

& # 39; Not perfect in detail, but perfect for my friend's three-year-old daughter, & # 39; the woman wrote in addition to photos and a video of her cake.

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A talented home baker showed her incredible birthday cake to her friend's daughter, who is shaped like Elsa from Frozen - and revealed exactly how she made the masterpiece

A talented home baker showed her incredible birthday cake to her friend's daughter, who is shaped like Elsa from Frozen – and revealed exactly how she made the masterpiece

The woman published on the Woolies and Coles Mud Cake Hacks group on Facebook and revealed that she had made the incredible creation with just three mud cookies bought in the supermarket

The woman published on the Woolies and Coles Mud Cake Hacks group on Facebook and revealed that she had made the incredible creation with just three mud cookies bought in the supermarket

The woman published on the Woolies and Coles Mud Cake Hacks group on Facebook and revealed that she had made the incredible creation with just three mud cookies bought in the supermarket

& # 39; I used two chocolate and a white mud cake from Woolies, & # 39; she added.

The step-by-step process recording shows that the woman has only followed nine simple steps to make the Elsa cake.

First, she placed each $ 4.80 mud cake on top of each other and placed the white between the two chocolate cakes.

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The woman then cut a quarter out of each layer of the cake and covered the rest in blue frosting.

After this, the home baker placed an Elsa doll in the cake that was on it, and added ice to reflect the range of the skirt of the iconic Disney character.

She then added a small snowman to reflect Olaf, who she left behind next to Elsa.

When the woman shared images of her creation online, thousands quickly praised her impeccable handiwork.

The step-by-step process recording shows that the woman has only followed nine simple steps to make the Elsa cake (photo) - and the creation was quickly praised online

The step-by-step process recording shows that the woman has only followed nine simple steps to make the Elsa cake (photo) - and the creation was quickly praised online

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The step-by-step process recording shows that the woman took only nine simple steps to make the Elsa cake (photo) – and the creation was quickly praised online

& # 39; Holy moly that's spectacular, & # 39; placed a person.

& # 39; That's perfect, it's the best Elsa pie hack I've seen, & # 39; another added.

A third wrote: & # 39; Give yourself a pat on the back. It looks very professional. & # 39;

This is not the first Woolworths or Coles mud cake hack that goes viral.

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Others have used budget desserts in the past to make towering wedding cakes and other eye-catching puddings.

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