By On Oct 23, 2018 Cake Ideas
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.
I love the look of a very smooth buttercream and almost exclusively use my off-set spatula for frosting the outside of the cake over the crumb-coat. Once the cake is initially covered, let the knife sit under hot running water for a moment and quickly wipe away the water from contact edge (you don’t want to add water to the frosting). The heated blade will help provide smoothness to the buttercream. Don’t be afraid to return the off-set spatula to the hot water.
The best thing about the chocolate drizzle is that it requires no skill at all, aside from the ability to spill — which we all have, right? And if you’re serving a cake with a chocolate drizzle to anyone who even remotely likes chocolate, you have immediately won them over. Forever. Let Sweetapolita walk you through the process.
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