While utilizing pre-tempered Isomalt takes the guesswork out of the heating process which means you can start creating your pieces that much faster and easier, but you can certainly heat Isomalt from a non-tempered state as well. For more information on the differences between powdered Isomalt and pre-tempered Isomalt, check out Sydney’s free video Cooking Isomalt from Scratch vs. Using Pre-Tempered.
Between pleated, arched, and full romantic cascades, fondant draping and swags can add an elegant element to your next cake design. Join cake designer Rachael Teufel as she shares her easy-to-master technique for forming and attaching delicate fondant drapes. With only a rolling pin and a small knife, Rachael proves you don’t need any expensive…Watch Now >>
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Filling a piping bag seems easy until you realize your buttercream has gotten everywhere… except inside your piping bag. Don’t miss cake designer Rachael Teufel’s free tips and tricks on how to fill up a piping bag and secure it without all the hassle or mess. In this short video, Rachael demonstrates a two-handed technique…Watch Now >>