[NEW] How to Cover a Cake in Fondant (Roll-out) Icing 2020

How to Cover a Cake in Fondant (Roll-out) Icing

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International cake decorating expert Pat Lock shows you how to cover a cake in fondant (roll-out) icing. Use this simple but effective method to make your cakes look more professional.
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25 thoughts on “[NEW] How to Cover a Cake in Fondant (Roll-out) Icing 2020

  1. Bee skis says:

    i felt that i needed a little refresh of how to do this before i make my wedding cake (it has been 10 years since i have used roll on fondant )
    this video is amazing. i love the simplicity and the fact that it is just how to do this and not all these other techniques that i already know. i love your accent and i love that it feels like being home with mum or grandma or maybe at the cwa (country womens association )
    thank you so much. i never comment on videos, but this was sincerely worth watching and i intend to watch again purely because your voice is like a big hug!

  2. Kate Piper says:

    I really enjoyed this video. An easy to understand tutorial well explained thankyou. Just one Q: do you have to cover the whole cake in buttercream first before putting the icing on in order for icing to stick?? I was just planning on putting the icing straight onto sponge cake?

  3. pat lock says:

    Sorry I missed your recent question Lauren. Either type of rolling pin can be used – but make sure the rolling pin in given a light dusting of icing sugar, or else it could stick on the icing. Also it is a good idea to buy a long one, as a small one could leave marks on the icing.

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