Edited by CakesbyKadi - 10/20/13 at 12:36pm
Rosette cake fail... help?
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I've done this design a few million times...well, not that many. I always crumb coat my cakes and let firm up in the frig...overnight for me. I've never had a rosette fall. Don't know what your steps are....or your butter cream recipe. Please give more details so maybe we can figure out your problem. I'm assuming the rosettes that are piped on the side of the cake..?
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My daughter is one is december n shes having a minnie mouse party (how original?!)
She absolutely loves Mickey n Minnie.
Shes going to be wearing an elastic hair piece with a small (about the size of a coin) bow...I want the attention to her not to the bow lol
My recipie for vanilla buttercream is
250g unsalted lurpak butter
500g icing sugar
A dash of milk
1 tsp vanilla
I crumbcoat the cake and leavw in the fridge for at least 2 hours...but I dont put the buttercream in the fridge. Once the cake is chilled I pipe on the cake starting from the bottom.
Once its all piped I then leave it in the fridge to firm up.
Hope it helps...let us know how u get on xx