New Posts  All Forums:

Posts by lross11

I find colouring fondant can be a very tedious and painful task.  I was curious to know if most of you purchase coloured fondant or if you colour white fondant yourself.   I tend to buy coloured fondant for larger projects and colour the fondant myself for smaller ones.
Thank you for all the replies!    I tried using a silicone mold of bark but because I use SMB it didn't work.  The frosting stuck to the mold.  I think you need to use a crusting buttercream or fondant for this method.   What I ended up doing was using MyFairDiva's suggestion of using tinfoil.  I created a tool with tin foil that had a round point and used that to make the lines and then I used another tool made with tin foil that had a flat point and used that to make...
That's not a bad idea, I'll try that out.  Thanks!
Sorry - I'm not sure why the picture turned out so small.
I have a wedding in June that I am making the cake for and they want a cake with this texture: Any ideas on how to achieve this?  It looks more detailed than a simple spatula technique.   Thanks!!
mmm brown sugar buttercream with browned butter.  I used that on what I named a "Pecan Pie" cupcake and it was phenomenal!  Top with a little caramel drizzle, delish!
Does any know where I can buy MIDI cupcake liners in Canada?  They are bigger than mini but smaller than standard size.  About 1.5" on the bottom and 1" tall.  I have searched all the suppliers that I know of and have been unsuccessful in finding them.  I can only find them outside of Canada but then the shipping costs more than the actual liners.   Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!!
New Posts  All Forums: