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Cake Decorating


Cookie Cutters
Cake Decorating Uses

  1. Cut out shapes from rolled fondant.
  2. Make an imprint on a frosted cake and decorate with colored frosting in decorating tips (gently make a mark in your icing as a great starting point for making unique designs and to match your cake to a specific theme) 
  3. Place on an unfrosted cake and sprinkle powdered sugar inside the cookie cutter - gently lift off cake
  4. Lightly set cookie cutter on a frosted cake and carefully sprinkle colored sugars or chocolate sprinkles - just enough to make the design - carefully and gently remove from the cake and wait for the compliments to start!
  5. Cut pound cake into 1/2 inch slice and cut with cookie cutter and then ice.
  6. Wrap cookie cutter with aluminum foil, leaving top open and fill with cake batter to make mini cakes. 
  7. Use to imprint fondant or Marzipan with the cookie cutters for a different look. Hearts look great imprinted in fondant.
  8. Cut a sponge cake or pound cake with cookies cutters to make miniature-shaped cakes and decorate them by drizzling thinned icing over the tops.
  9. Dip cookie cutter in Powdered Sugar to make designs on top of an unfrosted cake, such as a Chocolate Cake.
  10. Use the same cookie cutter in different sizes and after they are baked, stack them up using frosting between cookies to make one BIG cookie.
  11. Design a top for a cheesecake by gently placing a cookie cutter on top, pouring Jam around the outside of the cutter. Using a small spatula, spread the jam all around the cheesecake top while the cookie cutter is still in place. Carefully remove the cookie cutter, and a design will be left in the middle of the Jam. 
  12. Use shapes to trace onto cardstock, cut-out, paint/color and use as stand-up characters on your frosted cakes. Great for parties to carry out a theme, such as Barnyard Animals or a Jungle party


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