MY SOAKING RECIPE: 3 CUPS OF WATER1 1/2 CUPS OF GRANULATED SUGAR DESOLVE SUGAR IN WATER*3/4 CUP OF PINEAPPLE JUICE (I USE THE JUICE IN THE SLICED PINEAPPLES)3 TSP OF ALMOND (OR VANILLA) EXTRACT 1 CINNAMON STICKBOIL ON HIGH THEN SIMMER ON LOW FOR 15 MINUTESCOOL AND POUR EVENLY OVER CAKES TO SOAK OR MOISTEN/ ADD FLAVOR AFTER I SOAK EM I USUALLY PUT THEM IN THE FREEZER FOR ABOUT HALF AN HOUR (NOT TO FREEZE BUT TO MAKE FIRM SO I CAN FROST :) HOPE U LIKIE!!! THIS IS THE CAKE I GET THE MOST O...
I just wanted to thank each and every one of you for sharing your recipes, tutorials, forums, and creations. I have learned so much; mostly that I have so much to learn. You all ROCK!!! Thank you all so much,Joyce J:~DJoy’s Creative Cakes
A short picturial showing how to transfer an image using a template and royal icing.
I’ve been sooooooo busy in the last few weeks. Cake pops for a wedding, and I’m starting to work on the characters for the cake I’m planning to enter into my first cake competition. My fingers are starting to dry out already from the delicate shaping of the tiny fondant bits and pieces (must buy some really good hand cream this weekend). I’ve planned out the shape and size of the cake, the catagory section is “A wedding cake of two or more tiers. So I’m goi...
i always wondered how to make a mask and tried it out came out pretty well and i am pleased hope you like it
I posted this edible peacock feather tutorial on my blog earlier this year and it has by far been the most popular blog entry I have done so far. I thought I would share it here as well for anyone that might be interested in trying to make them. This my first tutorial and it isn’t the greatest, but hopefully it will provide some ideas about how to create edible feathers. I have seen edible feathers done in several different mediums: rice paper, gum paste, or fondant. For the purpose...
I entered these cupcakes in my county fair and got an honorable mention in 2011! This cupcake is one of my all time favorites! They are adapted from a recipe I found online years ago (sorry I dont remember the original source) For the cupcakes:1 1/2 sticks salted butter, room temperature1 1/2 cups sugar2 cups of all purpose flour2 tsp baking powder1/4 tsp salt3 eggs & 1 egg white3/4 cup milk2 tsp vanilla extract Cinnamon Mixture: 4 tb granulated sugar, 3 tsp cinnamon, 2 tb cold bu...
I decided to create this very easy and simple tutorial to demonstrate an easier way (at least for me) of creating this flower rather than doing the petal by petal process and the outcome is just as stunning. Enjoy!
Here’s another part of our CakesDecor.com Cake Themes. I decided to show you some of the Rainbow cakes posted on our website. As you can see, there is no rainbow used on some of them, but author uses colors of rainbow outside or inside the cake. Enjoy!
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