In this video I show you how to make a frozen castle cake. This is a fun DIY project that can be done with some basic decorating techniques.
Liz Larson And Leah Larson Demonstrate How To Construct A Castle In Buttercream With Ding Dongs and Donettes
Tools I used in the video-
Candy Melt: astore.amazon.com/cake05a-20/detail/B00BXQESQ2
Mixer: Tools I used in the video-
Quick Icer: astore.amazon.com/cake05a-20/detail/B00IE71WY4
Icing Bag: astore.amazon.com/cake05a-20/detail/B016E1AE8G
Icing Smoother: astore.amazon.com/cake05a-20/detail/B011PVVAOC
Decorating Tips: astore.amazon.com/cake05a-20/detail/B01EN423NK
I put together a Amazon store with some decorating supplies to help you get started.
Piped on icing techniques. 25 year Commercial Cake Decorator and instructor provides step by step visual of cake decorating processes, tips , and tools as well as products. Liz teaches how to properly construct the cake for stability and delivery, sharing tried and true methods. These videos are a fun mix of Food, Technique and Artist Flare.
3 eggs whites room temperature
1 pound powdered sugar (confectioners)
1 teaspoon cream of tartar
Combine ingredients, beat at high speed 7-10 minutes.
Dries quickly-keep covered.
2 CUP SHORTENING (SWEETEX)
1 CUP MILK (CANNED MILK IS GOOD)
2 TSP VANILLA
1 TSP. ALMOND EXTRACT
½ TSP.BUTTER FLAVORING
3 LB. POWDERED SUGAR
2 tsp. salt
Mix together and beat 10 minutes until light and fluffy it
will keep in refrigerator for about 2 wks. Is enough
to ice and decorate an 8 or 9 inch double layer cake.
You can cut the recipe in half if you don't need that much. In this video I am using Pastry Pride Whip Topping. It can be found at
most restaurant supply stores and Cake decorating supply stores. Riches Buttercream is also a good option.