Gum Paste Recipe
Gum paste is similar to fondant in many ways. It is a pliable sugar dough that you can roll, mold and shape into virtually any figure you desire. easy gumpaste recipe, how to make gum paste recipe, gum paste flowers recipe, make gumpaste your self
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Here is our method of making #buttercreamroses We make and use Swiss Meringue Buttercream for this, using only butter, sugar, egg whites and vanilla. And good colours! We have incorporated #ButtercreamFlowers in our Complete Cake Decorating Techniques Masterclass (seven days long) and also have two different one day classes where you can learn and practise this gorgeous trendy way to decorate cakes. #faircake #cakeclass #cakecourse #cakeschool #newskills
How to make a gum paste daffodil • CakeJournal.com
This is a tutorial for my version of an easy to make gum paste daffodil. It only require 1 cutter and some few basic tools to make. I have decided not to make a frilly trumpet for my version, but it is possible to do so, if you like. It looks good when the daffodil […]
Modeling Chocolate Recipe (candy clay or chocolate clay)
A soft and pliable chocolate clay that can be used to sculpt shapes, cover cakes, or decorate treats will harden and hold it's shape as it dries.
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If you have been around cake for quite some time, you have likely heard the phrase, "I love the look of fondant, but I just don't like the taste" uttered at least a million times! Luckily, there is a great alternative to fondant: modeling chocolate. For those whom have never used modeling…
How to Make Chocolate Garnishes Decorations tutorial, with Anne Reardon
This is a tutorial I found on YouTube today, about how to make chocolate decorations. Anne has several videos on YouTube where she shows you how to make different kinds of decorations, all out of c…
Tips On Achieving Crisp Edges with Fondant?
Hi, All! So hoping to get some advice on this :) I’ve been doing cakes for almost two years now and am pretty happy with my overall fondant covering skills – I can achieve a nice, overall clean look – HOWEVER – my cakes lack that extreme sharp,...