• 11:50

    Covering a Cake with Fondant

    For many beginner cake decorators, learning how to cover a cake in fondant can be scary, but once you learn how to use this sweet staple, your cakes will instantly become next level! Whether it’s a wedding cake or a birthday cake, covering it with fondant will instantly impress all the guests at your event.…

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  • 28:48

    Creating Geometric Patterns

    Geometric patterns have been used for centuries to create unique, eye-catching designs in art, architecture, and now cake! Head into the kitchen with cake designer Rachael Teufel as she discusses geometric design and demonstrates how to create an original design on your next cake. Her easy-to-learn, time-saving methods can be applied to a multitude of…

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  • 18:13

    Using Textured Mats and Rolling Pins with Fondant

    Textured mats and rolling pins are the fastest and easiest way to add pattern and texture to your next cake. They are available in a wide variety of materials and styles to easily create anything from modern geometric patterns, to lifelike wood and animal print, or a classic quilted motif. In this lesson, cake designer…

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  • 3:27

    Fondant 101: Rolling

    You made it! No doubt your arms are sore from kneading and storing all that fondant in our previous Fondant 101 videos! You’ve put in all the prep work and now the time has come to join Rachael Teufel once more as she shares how to prepare and roll out fondant for your cake. Whether…

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  • 6:18

    Coloring Fondant

    If you’ve mastered fondant and are ready to add bright, bold colors to bring your cake creation to life, you’re in the right place! Adding color to fondant is an easy way to drastically change the entire look of your cake design. Soft, subtle pastels can transform a plain, white cake into a romantic wedding…

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    Paneling Round Cakes with Fondant

    When covering cakes to create a smooth flawless base, most cake designers choose to cover them in fondant using the traditional enrobing method. Did you know there is another way that create sharp edges and cover difficult extra tall tiers and irregular shaped cakes with ease? In this lesson, cake designer Rachael Teufel introduces you…

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