[NEW] How to Ice a Cake Using Tip #789 | Wilton 2020

How to Ice a Cake Using Tip #789 | Wilton

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If you find it a challenging to use a spatula to smoothly ice a buttercream cake, you can also use the cake icer tip 789 to help you easily and evenly cover a cake in frosting. Watch this video for all the tips and tricks you will need to achieve a perfectly iced cake!

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31 thoughts on “[NEW] How to Ice a Cake Using Tip #789 | Wilton 2020

  1. Wilton says:

    If you find it a challenging to use a spatula to smoothly ice a buttercream cake, you can also use the cake icer tip 789 to help you easily and evenly cover a cake in frosting. Watch this video for all the tips and tricks you will need to achieve a perfectly iced cake!

    Find more decorating techniques, tutorials and inspiration in the kit How to Decorate Desserts: http://bit.ly/2PQXPxm

  2. emcbabe says:

    I and a bunch of other people on Amazon have been searching for an adequate coupler. I have a 789, but don't use it because of the clean up mess. I'd rather use an angled spatula for buttercream, and a knife dipped in hot water every now and then for non-shortening icings. I suggest Wilson make a coupler for tips as large as this one.I can try a parchment bag so clean up does not involve turning a silicone bag inside out; I could just use a spatula to clean up the icing from the top of the parchment after I roll it out. Please make a coupler!!!! Your sales would be super!

  3. Pauline Wild says:

    Thank you again for these basic, no-nonsense videos. Robin is the best tutor. I've been using bags and tips for years but never thought to score the plastic before cutting instead of just guessing. So sensible. So useful. Thank you 🤗

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