How to Make a Fondant Rose

This is a simple method for making a fondant rose that doesn’t require any specialty cutters or tools.

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How to Make Chantilly Cake Lace

The Chantilly lace is a beautiful addition to any cake or cupcake…and is very easy to make.

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Cake Lace Silicone Mat Chantilly –
Cake Lace White Mix – 200g –
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How To Mix Your Cake Lace

Once your cake lace has arrived. If you haven’t ordered the premixed cake lace, you will need to mix your own. It’s very easy and quick. This video shows you what to do.

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Unboxing Nordic Ware Heritage Bundt Pan

This bundt pan has a beautiful pattern, so any cake you make will look fantastic. Just add a little dusting of confectioner’s sugar or a glaze for a simple finish.

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Unboxing Cake Lace Order from the UK

This is my first order from I live in New York, so was impressed that the order arrived in 2 days. I haven’t used this product before, so am looking forward to seeing what it’s like.

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Cake Lace Silicone Mat Butterfly –
Cake Lace Silicone Mat Chantilly –

How to Make Fondant Flowers with a Plunger Cutter

Make beautiful fondant flowers for your cakes and cupcakes.

You will need:

Fondant Icing
Flower plunger cutters
Icing/Confectioner’s Sugar
Rolling pin
Small spatula (optional)
Edible gold dragees/cachous (optional)
Paint brush (optional)
Clear vanilla extract (optional)

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Fondant –
Daisy Plunger Cutter Set –
Small Rolling Pin –
Silver Dragees 2mm –
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Clear Vanilla –
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How to Make a Fondant Butterfly with a Plunger Cutter

This video uses a plunger cutter to cut butterflies out of fondant to use to decorate cakes and cupcakes.

You will need:

Fondant Icing
Butterfly plunger cutter
Rolling Pin
Icing/Confectioner’s Sugar
Baking paper – for shaping butterflies
Egg carton lid to hold butterflies while drying
Shimmer dust (optional)
Paint brush (optional)

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Fondant –
Butterfly Plunger Cutter Set –
Small Rolling Pin –
Decorating Brushes –
Wilton Angled Spatula, 9-Inch –
Wilton Pearl Dust Silver –
Baking Parchment Roll –

How to Color Fondant Icing

This video shows how to color white fondant icing using concentrated paste colors.

You will need:

White fondant icing
Concentrated gel/paste food colors
Icing/Confectioner’s Sugar
Plastic wrap

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How to Make an Banana Upside Down Cake

This recipe works great with pineapple as well. I usually serve it with some ice cream or whipped cream.


2-3 bananas
2 sticks butter, softened
1 cup sugar, plus more for dusting
1 1/4 cups flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
2 teaspoons baking soda
1/2 teaspoons salt
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
4 eggs


1. Preheat oven to 350 F or 180 C.
2. Grease and sugar an 8″ loose base round cake tin. Line base with baking paper, if not using loose base tin.
3. Peel bananas and cut into even slices. Line bottom of cake tin with banana slices. Set aside.
4.In a medium bowl, whisk flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt. Set aside.
5. In a large bowl, cream butter and sugar together.
6. Mix in eggs, one at a time.
7. Mix in vanilla.
8. Stir in flour mixture until just incorporated.
9. Pour into prepared cake tin and smooth out top.
10. Bake for about 40 min or until toothpick comes out clean.
11. Cool in pan for 10 min and the turn out onto plate.