Drip decor is a popular and eye-catching design that appears as if the frosting is melting off the top edge like an iconic hot fudge sundae. They can be created with a number of sauces like caramel, chocolate ganache, or even with colorful candy melts. Join cake designer Rachael Teufel in the kitchen as she shares her secrets to making a flawless drip cake in no time! This fast and easy method can be applied to the top edge of fondant or buttercream cakes. Starting with a pre-iced cake, decorating turn table and a pre-bottled drip, Rachael turns a simple cake into a stunning design in less than five minutes. Don’t miss Rachael’s tips on how to create the perfect drip look with lines of varying lengths and spacing, as well as cleaning up the top edge. After you have mastered the drip technique, bring your cake to the next level with Rachael’s follow-up video on how to apply luster dust on drip cakes.
Utilizing fresh fruit is not only beautiful, but it’s a delicious way to adorn any fresh cake. From small, delicate berries, to figs and larger tropical fruits, the colors and design options are endless. In this lesson, cake designer Rachael Teufel shares her tips and tricks on creating visually appealing fresh fruit arrangements. While Rachael…Watch Now >>
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 >>
Rolled fondant is a smooth sugar dough that is commonly used to enrobe cakes for elaborate designs. It can also be used to create quick and easy edible decorations. Head into the kitchen with cake designer Rachael Teufel as she teaches you how to successfully create a fondant ribbon and a simple bow without any…Watch Now >>
When transferring final iced cakes onto base boards or stacking them on top of another cake, you may notice a slight gap between the cake board and base board or the cake below. Piping a basic buttercream border is one easy way to finish the bottom edge and cover any small gaps or damage caused…Watch Now >>