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Get access to every Bluprint class Learn More. Subscribe Now. Wilton — Curso 1:Descubra la decoracion de Pasteles. Ebook Pdf Format, 47 Pages , 8. Colours match Wilton Icing Colours. Use No-Taste Red for large areas of red on a cake.
When using Black, start with chocolate icing to limit the amount of colour needed. Begin with white icing and add Wilton Icing Colour a little at a time until you achieve the shade you desire.
For dark brown or black buttercream icing, begin with chocolate icing to reduce the amount of colour needed. Royal icing requires more colour than buttercream to achieve the same intensity.
It can be difficult to duplicate the exact shade of any colour. The same high quality as our ready-to-use icing, in a convenient tube. Ideal for small areas of colour on character cakes. Use with the tip set or coupler ring set and any standard-size Wilton metal tip not included. Dip toothpick in to the icing colour. Swirl it into the icing. Blend icing well with palette knfe. Repeat this process, adding colour a little at a time, until you achieve the desired shade.
Always use a new toothpick each time you add more colour to avoid getting icing into your pot of icing colour. Decorating is quick, easy and colourful with a great variety of toppings to give your iced cakes, cupcakes and cookies the perfect finishing touch. Delicious, creamy, easy-to-melt buttons are ideal for all your confectionery making, moulding, dipping or drizzling. Vanilla flavour unless otherwise indicated.
Certified Kosher Dairy. Offers the delicious taste and creamy texture of homemade buttercream icing. Makes g to g. Enough to ice a 1 layer 20cm cake. Light and delicate vanilla flavour. Makes 1. Create a face, add a cute shape or a pretty flower. Perfect for wedding cakes. Add to dried out icing colour, fondant or gum paste to restore consistency. Perfect for writing messages and adding decorative accents. Use clear or tint with Wilton Icing Colours.
Primary ingredient for royal icing. Stabilises buttercream, adds body to boiled icing and meringue. Replaces egg whites in many recipes. Makes 10 recipes. Just add water to whip up crisp meringues, or fluffy pie and treat toppings. Vanilla flavour provides the perfect base for any treat and can be easily flavoured using the Treatology Flavour System.
Ideal medium consistency for use in Wilton Method Classes. In a convenient tub. Yields 2kg of icing, which will cover three 2-layer 20cm cakes, four 23cm x 33cm cakes or 60 cupcakes. Easy to use: Heat and squeeze onto cookies using the convenient cap. Sets smooth in just 1 hour. Also includes 12 QuickCount flavour recipes. Flavours are easy to repeat. Tips easily twist onto Wilton Decorating Icings. Use to apply Sugar Sheets. Edible decorating paper pieces to fondant or set buttercream icing.
With Treatology flavours, you use fewer drops to flavour more without compromising the colour or consistency of your icing, filling or cake batter. Flavour concentrates pair perfectly with vanilla or chocolate-based treats.
Design breathtaking gum paste roses, daisies, apple blossoms, tulips and other flowers in advance for decorating cakes. Just tint, roll out and cut to create incredible floral bouquets for your cakes. Easy instructions included. Just add water and knead. Workable, pliable paste moulds beautiful flowers and designs. More fun shapes and greater detail make Wilton Candy Moulds the perfect way to create homemade sweets and confectionery. You can do it all, from exciting kids party treats to elegant wedding favours.
Delicious, creamy, easy-to-melt buttons are ideal for all your confectionery making - moulding, dipping or drizzling. Mould large, detailed lollipops with Wilton Candy Melts Candy and these lollipop moulds.
Perfect for party favours, school treats and more. Wilton has a great selection of traditional shapes to create elegant gift assortments and party trays. Top your dessert with a dramatic candy shape. Swirls, scrolls, zigzags, triangles and leaves add 5-star style.
I would love to learn how to do something on a cake besides letters…. I would love to know how to make flowers and how to basically make a cake look pretty and not plain with letters on it I would take my best friend with me. This looks like a great opportunity! I enjoy baking and I always wanted to learn how to work with Gum Paste so the cake looks great!
I would take my daughter because we both would love to learn how to make flowers! Looks like so much fun! Thanks for the chance! I would love to learn the decorating side of things. I woudl love to learn how to make character cakes! My sister woudl totlaly go to this class with me! I started cake decorating while a teenager when my mom was learning to do cakes for residents at a nursing home she worked at. I have been pretty unhealthy and inactive the past 8 years but think this is something VERY fun I can do with my daughter!
I would really love to find a way to become a more polished cake decorator to do some of your amazing yearbook cakes for my family events! How to ice a cake right. So my daughter and I can ice a cake good. Thanks for the contest! I would like to learn how to make the best cheese cake. Thanks to my mother I value a pantry stocked with plenty of the supplys to bake up some brownies or blueberry buckle!
I love it! I subscribe to A Piece of Cake blog by Wilton. I would take my mom with me. Daily tweet. Cake Decorating is on my list of one of the things I would like to learn.
I would take my good friend Josie with me. I would probably take my best friend as she shares my love baking. Daily Tweet. I figure I have until then to take a class and get some ideas! Daily Tweet for entry to learn how to decorate sweets!!!!!! I would love to win a basic class on how to decorate cakes. I have your button! I would take my friend Michelle and go to cake class and make the cutest ladybug cake! Carla cpullum at yahoo dot com.
I am honestly the most excited to just learn the basics. I really have no idea how to decorate a cake but have always wanted to learn. I want to learn how to do flowers the most though. They seem so difficult! I would take my mother-in-law along with me, since I know she would be interested in learning too; it would be nice to develop a common hobby. Following you on twitter too. I like Wilton on facebook. Love the giveaway to take a class, especially since it includes inviting a friend along.
I would love to learn how to make sugar flowers. Orders placed by AM Central Time using second day or next day will ship the same day. If your Michaels. To return an item excluding sample products , the item must be new, unused and in its original packaging.
It always looks distinctly homemade. It was a little lopsided, and very simple, but not too terrible. I wish I had taken a picture of my practice flowers before I started decorating the cake! I was cracking up at myself — they looked like little people with huge bellies! Week 3: Things got a little more complicated this week.
We started learning flowers. The drop flower and rosette are my favorites because they are the easiest. The shaggy mum is my least favorite because mine looked awful. All in all, it was a ton of fun to learn these new flowers, and not nearly as difficult as I expected. We also learned how to do swirls on top of a cupcake — finally something where I felt like I knew what I was doing!
Seriously, how cute is that picture with the blue flower on top of the pink cupcake?? New cupcake idea for my cupcake business right there! Week 4: Easily the most intimidating week.
We learned roses! Roses are hard, guys. We also had to bring a cake to class that was already iced. We spent half the class decorating our cakes.
I did a little better this week, but once again kept things really simple. I know my limits. Oh, and writing! All in all, I loved this class. Hands on instruction from Wilton instructors, industry professionals and world class decorators. You may register for most of these classes by phone at or in person at the Galesburg campus. You'll understand how to bake a great cake, see how to make and color icing and learn the best way to ice the cake.