By On Oct 03, 2018 Cake Ideas
We know that cake isn’t the easiest thing to bake in your kitchen. Failure awaits you at every turn of cake baking. It could refuse to rise, bake lopsided, burn, crumble, crack, explode... the list goes on and on. But, if you know how to decorate a cake, you can hide all of those failures under a layer of sugar, butter and fun (except maybe the burned ones).
These roses are impressive, huh? They look like something only the most experienced bakers can handle. We’re going to let you in on a secret: they’re super easy to make. And they’re also the perfect decorating trick for the baker with a shaky hand. Food blogger I Am Baker mastered it, and shared that mastery with us.
It can be a painstakingly time consuming task waiting for your butter to soften before adding it to pastry as if it is heated in the microwave it’ll be too soft/liquid to make a well risen cake. For those inpatient bakers you can cube your butter, get a bowl of warm water and place the cubes in the water for around 5 minutes and it will be at the perfect temperature for your pastry.
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