Users' questions

How do you make sugar paste stick together?

How do you make sugar paste stick together?

Water can be a great “glue” for fondant. It dissolves a little of the sugar in the fondant, making it sticky, and therefore, well, makes it stick to stuff. Best for: Sticking flat pieces of soft fondant decorating to other soft fondant. Also pretty good for: Sticking flat pieces of soft fondant to dry fondant.

What did the hungry little caterpillar eat?

a. The book mentions that the caterpillar ate apples, pears, plums, oranges, strawberries, chocolate cake, ice cream, a pickle, swiss cheese, salami, a lollipop, cherry pie, sausage, a cupcake, watermelon, and some leaves.

How do you make a cat out of sugarpaste?

Using your blade tool scour and shape two legs out of the front of your cat’s body. Use the shell tool and press cat ‘toes’ into your cat’s paws. Step two: To make your cat’s head roll out and shape a ball of sugarpaste and set aside.

How is sugaring paste used to remove hair?

The sugaring paste – called halawa – is a mixture of natural ingredients including sugar, water, and lemon juice. The procedure is similar to waxing. You start by mixing the sugaring paste (see recipe below), then apply the paste to your skin and remove unwanted hair by pulling the mixture away. Sugaring Paste: The Recipe

Can you use sugar paste on a cake?

Fondant, aka sugar paste or ready-to-roll icing, will help you make the most beautiful cakes you’ve ever baked. Whether you cover your entire cake in fondant for a smooth surface or use it to sculpt fun toppers, this sugary paste is a total game changer.

How to make a very hungry caterpillar cake?

Hand-painted to look just like Eric Carle’s illustrations, this Very Hungry Caterpillar cake is a modern masterpiece from Elaine’s Sweet Life. Goodie gumdrops, let’s make a chocolate cake with giant gobstoppers on it! 1 Fine Cookie shows us how and we can already taste that butter cream icing. Yummo.