This tutorial will show you how to make delicate royal icing collars to decorate the edges of your cakes, and also, using the same basic method, will show how it can be applied to all sorts of other uses! You’ll need clear film, trex or vegetable fat, the image/collar you’ll be recreating in icing Stick your image to a cake card of similar size and then cover the whole image with a sheet of clear film. Make sure it’s stuck down nice and flat! Smear the enti...
This tutorial is the technique that I came up with that made it easier for me to make sure that I got straight even sides and a completely flat top every time I ganached a cake. The technique I came up with is kind of a mix of the upside down method that everyone knows about and the technique used by Faye Cahill where she uses two boards (one on top and one on bottom) to help ganache her cakes. My technique as I say is a mix of both and hopefully you find it helpful. There are many way...
Material list: CakeButtercream IcingTurntable or Lazy SusanAngled Spatula2 Cardboard Cake Circles (Ideally the same size as your cake but no less than 1” smaller and definitely not larger)Cake lifterLarge Shallow TrayApprox 1kg Rainbow Sprinkles (I recommend this amount! Leftovers can be stored for future use)SpoonSmall Rice Bowl (or similar) 1. Begin with the cake you wish to cover and place it on a cake circle base. 2. Creating a nice crisp finish, coat the outsid...
This tutorial will show you how I go about ganaching all my cakes…..this is how I do it…there are plenty of other ways that work as well as other tutorials showing a similar method…I make no claim to inventing this technique, and am just showing you how I get the cakes I make to look like this!!! For a full tutorial with written instructions, please visit my facebook page and look under my photo albums.www.facebo...
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To see the all tutorial with photos click here CLASSIC PIANO TUTORIALBy ANA REMÍGIO This was my first attempt at making an elevated piano. I’m sure there may be alternative methods for doing these steps but this was the way that worked for me. 1 – First of all, you need to do the structure to hold the cake. I used two cake boards, a round one for the base ( big and strong enough for the entire cake to sit on), and a rectangular ( thinner) one to cut the piano shape (that wi...
In this tutorial I want to show you how to make a fondant ruffle flower. Ruffle flower accessories are chic and fashionable and can even be made out of fondant. They are a unique and clever way to accessorize a cupcake! You will need a circle cutter. I used a 2 inch round cutter to cut out 5 circles. Roll out your fondant so that it is thin. Working with one circle at a time, fold it in half but make sure it is dusted with cornstarch and that the edges are not sticking ...
Mix your batter as usual, and add a tiny amount of whatever colour you decide that you are going to use. For this cake I am using pink, use a cocktail stick to add the colour in gradually so you only need to add a tiny bit for the first layer. Bake and cool. Make sure that when you put the batter in the cake tin that you use the same amount of batter for all other layers, but I added more for the darkest layer. (bottom) For the second layer add more pink so that it is a bit darker ...
ClICKSTIX is one of my favorite tool but just like every other tools I have, I was faced with a big “uh-uh” moment when I first used it. I am not one to give up specially on something I had set my heart on to so I experimented on various ways to effectively use it. Here’s my very effective way of using my CLICKSTIX letter cutters. Enjoy and happy caking :)
My friends, I am sharing with you all part 1 of my video tutorial on how I made some of the BAUBLE CAKES shown on the photos above. I’ve made BAUBLE CAKES using RKT, baked half sphere cakes and the “cake pop technique”. In this video, I will be showing you all how to make bauble cakes using the “cake pop technique” which in my opinion is the easiest way of making bauble cakes specially for beginners. Bauble cakes are great for Christmas themed individu...
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