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How to frost a cake with ganache the upside down way (my way)

Hi Lovelies!!!! Sharing with y’all this video tutorial I made on how I frost my cakes with ganache the upside down way (my way).

You will need 2 same size acrylic circles, 2 cake boards, a turntable, a palette knife, offset spatula, container with very hot water, clean dist towel/cheese cloth to wipe the excess water off your scraper, engineer’s square, scraper, prepared ganache, crumb coated cake, one round parchment paper with the same diameter as the acrylic circles and scotch tape.

Below is an example of a cake that was frosted the upside down way (my way).

 

Comments (7)

Thank you so much for this tutorial. I bought acrylic disks for this very purpose but had not yet mastered a technique. The parchment circle that fits exactly seems to be the missing piece! The first time I tried this I forgot to remove the acrylic disk from the bottom of a cake and it was tossed in the trash stuck to the bottom cardboard. Can't wait to try this again.
very informative tutorial. thank you. 
can you please share your ganache recipe. 
I'm having a hard time finding those acrylic discs in the US, does any of you know a site where these can be purchased? Thank you!!
 wow cool bench scrapper, where did you get it from....awesome tutorial by the way, my next cake will be with chocolate ganache...
You use running ganache.  Is it running because of more cream or because it is warmer?
I really like your tutorial.  I am going to try this method.....very nice.....
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