10 Fashionably Frosted Celebrity Doll Cakes

Unleash your inner tailor with these Frosted Fashion recipes. All you need to make these doll cakes is a bowl or doll cake pan, your favorite Barbie and a little bit of imagination.

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Daenerys Targaryen

October 11, 2018: The Mother of Dragons is all decked out in a fondant dress. Khaleesi, from HBO's Game of Thrones, is ready to take her rightful place on the dessert plate.

Lady Gaga

The world's biggest pop star shocked viewers at the 2010 VMAs when she donned her infamous meat dress. This cake, thankfully, is meat-free.

Wicked Witch

It ain't easy being green... unless you're a delicious cake! The Wicked Witch of the West—A.K.A. Elphaba—defies gravity with her miniature broomstick.

Rihanna's Met Gala Dress

RiRi stunned at the 2018 Metropolitan Museum of Art costume party, when she dressed up as the pope. So much so, that we decided to turn her and her dress into a cake.

Mean Girls

Raise your hand if you've ever been personally victimized by Regina George... Eating well is the best revenge with this Cady Heron cake.

Marie Antoinette

Let them eat cake, said one French queen. Little did she know, one day she herself would become a cake.

Legally Blonde's Elle Woods

Whoever said orange is the new pink was seriously disturbed. That's why Elle is sticking with her go-to color for this cake.

Mary Poppins

This dessert might call for more than just a spoonful of sugar, but we still think it's practically perfect in every way.

Marilyn Monroe

Oops! Watch out for those subway grates, because the dress on Hollywood's most infamous leading lady is prone to catching the breeze.

Royal Wedding Dress

Meghan Markle may now be happily married to Prince Harry, but that doesn't mean we can't reminisce over that joyous time (and wish we were the ones walking down the aisle).

Get the Doll Cake Pan

The secret behind these fondant folds? A Wilton Wonder Mold Doll Cake Pan.