By On Sep 14, 2018 Cakes Ideas
Sweet yet rustic rosette piped cakes are still popular and instant crowd pleasers at parties and weddings. The cake above adds another great touch; dual toned buttercream icing which involves adding two colors of buttercream inside your piping bag. If you are piping with confidence we’re sure you will be able to whip up a lovely rose covered cake like the one above in no time!
Secure your cake board to the cake stand by placing a wet paper towel, folded in half, under it. Tint the buttercream to your preferred color. If the cake layers have baked up a bit domed (most of them do), use the serrated knife to shave off the domed part, creating a completely flat surface. Place a small dollop of frosting on the cake board to anchor the cake, then place a cake on top, trimmed-side down.
FWhen the base coat has chilled, fit a piping bag with 1-inch circle tip and fill with 1 1/2 cups frosting. Pipe a vertical row of circles on the cake, then use the back of a spoon to gently smooth the circles horizontally in a counter-clockwise direction, forming a petal shape. Pipe another vertical row of circles next to the petals, use the spoon to smooth them down, and repeat to cover the entire cake.
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