Bake and cool cake. Place on foil-wrapped board, cut to fit.
Make ribbon roses. Tint fondant rose. Roll out 1/8 in. thick. Cut a 5 x 2 in. wide strip with Cutter/Embosser. Roll strip, tightly at first, then gradually looser to create flower. Cut off end of strip and fold edge under. Trim to 3/4 in. high. Repeat for 30 roses.
Roll out fondant 1/4 in. thick. Using medium heart Cut-Out, cut 18 hearts. Brush piping gel on one side and sprinkle with Sparkling Sugar. Position hearts in indentations on sides of cake; secure with buttercream.
Make strips. Roll out remaining fondant 1/8 in. thick. Cut 28 strips 1/4 in. wide x 2 in. long. Trim strips into smaller sizes to fit the length between each fondant heart along the side and the rim of the cake's center heart indent. Brush with piping gel and sprinkle with Sparkling Sugar. Press a small amount of fondant in diamond indentation on pan. Remove and brush with piping gel. Sprinkle with Sparkling Sugar. Attach strips and diamond piece to cake with buttercream.
Ice center heart space on cake top smooth in rose buttercream. Position roses.
These quick and easy fondant flowers can be placed on your cake right after you roll them. Roses can be made in a variety of sizes. Position alone on a mini sweet treat, in groupings or as a border, then add fondant or buttercream leaves to create a full
Mother's Day Heart Cake is rated
4.5 out of
Rated 5 out of
I loved making this cake! However, I made this cake just because, not for anything special. Instead of the roses (as I have not yet mastered them) I cut out flowers from gum paste and rolled the petals up to give it demension. The only frosting I used was to stick the hears and flowers onto the cake.
Date published: 2011-05-16
Rated 4 out of
Concept is simple and the design doesn't require too much frosting, which I like, since some people don't like a load of frosting on their piece of cake. Roses and hearts are very cute.