[NEW] Masterclass: How to Cover a Cake with Sugarpaste/Fondant | Cupcake Jemma 2020

Masterclass: How to Cover a Cake with Sugarpaste/Fondant | Cupcake Jemma

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Want to learn how to cover your layer cakes with sugarpaste and get perfect, professional looking finishes? My mate Sally (Head of the Crumbs & Doilies kitchen) is here to show you her tips and tricks to ensure you get it right every time!

What you’ll need:

4 layers of sponge (we used Madeira cake)
Buttercream & Jam
Sugarpaste/Fondant
White chocolate ganache (check back next week for recipe!)
Palette knives (big straight and small off-set)
Piping bags with large round nozzle
Cake scraper
Cake board/drum
Books!
non-stick rolling pin
Non-stick board
Corn flour
Mini palette knife/small sharp knife
Turntable
Cake smoothers ( one straight an one right angled)
A pin!
Scalpel
Ribbon

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46 thoughts on “[NEW] Masterclass: How to Cover a Cake with Sugarpaste/Fondant | Cupcake Jemma 2020

  1. powdies says:

    Wow! that's beautiful, thank you. You make it look so easy, and as I watched, I was just IMAGINING the mess I'll make of the top of a cake if I take a scalpel to it! LOL But now I know where to start. 🙂

  2. Freda says:

    That was beautiful thank you I am a proud grandma I love baking and I learned so much also I remember many years ago I made a cake for my sisters wedding so you can see how much I love baking and also cooking I always send a blessing to everyone God bless you all and stay safe I will see you more on your video show bye-bye for now

  3. Gai Demirchyan says:

    Try Fantasia Fondant, you won't regret it. It is a very forgiving fondant with a long work time, which makes it easy to work with for beginners and pros. Fantasia Fondant is formulated with elasticity making it a high performing fondant when covering cakes or performing in silicon cake molds. The colors of Fantasia Fondant are vivid and fadeproof. This fondant will not prematurely dry, crack, tear, break and 'elephant skin.' Offers a less sweet taste that resembled a homemade marshmallow fondant.

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