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A Burst of Daisies Cake


3-D daisies pops on a field of orange fondant. A sunshiny cake that?s so perfect for showers, mother?s day, birthdays and so many more special occasions.
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Step 1

In advance make 24 daisies.

Step 2

Bake and cool 2-layer 6 in. round cake. Prepare to be covered with fondant by lightly icing cake with buttercream. Tint 18 oz. of fondant orange, roll out 1/8 in. thick and cover cake. Use tip 7 and orange buttercream icing to pipe bottom bead border. Use tip 3 and white buttercream icing to pipe random dots on cake sides. Attach daisies to cake with tip 3 dots of white icing.

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Yellow Colored Sugar

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white vegetable shortening

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6 x 2 in. Round Pan

6 x 2 in. Round Pan

Large mum cutter

Large mum cutter ((included in student kit))

Veining tool

Veining tool

Cake Board

Cake Board

A fun, casual flower found in a variety of colors. Can be a single cut-out or multi-layered flower, flat or cupped, positioned directly on the cake arranged in a group as a bouquet.

The bead shape makes impressive borders outlines and accents on letters and designs; also a cute trim on clothing and gingerbread houses. The basis for making piped hearts and figure piping.

Pipe dots for flower centers, faces, figure piping and border effects. When making large dots, lift the tip as you squeeze to allow icing to fill out completely.

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A Burst of Daisies Cake is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Since this was my 3rd cake that I've ever made, I rated medium. It took me probably 12 hours total to make. But I'm getting better. The fondant was perfect by the 3rd try, (but because I had to pull it off 3 times, pulling off a little buttercream each time, then having to add more powdered sugar to stiffen it up again, it tasted 1000x better than any fondant I've ever eaten before). The daisy's would have been so much quicker to make if the cutters that came in the Wilton set made clean cuts. I had to clean up almost every one and tried so many different ways of cutting them. And with roughly 25 daisy's, that's 50 cuts. The technique that worked best was to use half and half gum paste / fondant. And to use lots of powdered sugar under, and have a little mat with Crisco spread on it. Then rub the cutter in crisco then make the cut. Make it so you can flip it over and press the gum paste / fondant mixture down into the mold, this really helped make cleaner edges, less trimming away flaws. Also, I had a hard time matching the orange color butter cream to the fondant. So I used a gum paste / fondant mix with in a bead border. The color matched perfectly. Everyone LOVED the cake. I'm sure if I was a little more experienced it would have taken a lot less time. But in the end it was worth it.
Date published: 2013-10-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I'm a teenager and I found it quite simple! I didn't get the yellow sprinkles so I used pink, but other than that mine looks pretty much like the picture!! I defiantly recommend getting all the ready to use stuff. I tried to save a few bucks and get the mixes. Big mistake. It takes so much time and gets really messy. Next time the recipe calls for ready to use, that's what I'll get.
Date published: 2013-07-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from perfect for mother's day u can make colored daisies and a white cake pop of color or even a bridal luncheon
Date published: 2013-03-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This cake would be nice for a spring ladies Luncheon. the daisies could also be layed flat or even pressed into the fondant when rolled for the more experienced fondant person. I think it would be lovely this Easter with pale purple instead of the orange.
Date published: 2013-03-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I enjoyed making this cake...I had a hard time making the fondant the right color. I used the neon orange but thought that was to bright. I put in some bronze icing color but that made it a strange pinky color. I called my Wilton instructor and she suggested I add some yellow which brought it to the right color. I made only six daises and arranged them on the top of the cake. I then put dots on the cake with a number 3 tip. This was time consuming and I suggest going very slowly to get the right placement and to do the dots so they don't have the tail on them. stop adding pressure before you bring the tip away from the dot.. I did a border with the orange fondant that I used the ball tool to make indentations. I enjoyed making this cake..I love the color and the daisies were very perky. I will make this cake again.
Date published: 2013-03-06
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