By On Oct 05, 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!
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.
While the frosting is still soft, place the rounded side of a teaspoon at a slight angle on the bottom edge of cake. Press gently and drag it along the base of the cake, creating a horizontal line in the frosting (the rotating cake stand is especially useful for this). Once you have created a complete ring pattern across the bottom of the cake, shift the spoon up by 1 inch and repeat to form another ring pattern above the first one. Repeat the process until you have reached the top of cake.
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