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Plush Orange Ribbon Cake


A luxurious ribbon of icing in a cool shade of orange gives this layer cake a soft and tempting appeal. Decorating is done in a snap, with vertical zigzags creating the ribbon effect around the entire cake.
Makes: 12 Servings
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Step 1
Make cakes. Prepare batter following recipe directions. Tint batter orange. Bake and cool four 6 in. cake layers. Use cake leveler to trim layers to 1 1/2 in. high.
Step 2
Assemble cakes. Prepare buttercream icing following recipe directions. Use spatula and white icing to fill and stack cakes for a 4-layer cake. Tint remaining icing orange.
Step 3
Decorate cakes. Use spatula and orange icing to ice cake sides smooth and top in a swirl. Use tip 127 and orange icing in a cut decorating bag to pipe zigzags covering sides of cake.
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Orange Icing Color

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6 x 2 in. Round Pans

6 x 2 in. Round Pans ((4 used))

6 in. Cake Circles

6 in. Cake Circles

12 in. Disposable Decorating Bags

12 in. Disposable Decorating Bags

The Zigzag is a popular way to fill in outlined areas, perfect for ribbed sweater and cuff effects. You can also use tight zigzags to cover the entire side of your cake—they look great!

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Plush Orange Ribbon Cake is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from ok, those are the most useless instructions. They really are.the zig zag is done *from the top*. the only way I can see this cake working with the 127 is to do it from the side. How do you start it? where do you end it?how do you keep the wide end flush so it doesn't fall off? When it does fall off, what are the repairs?
Date published: 2014-05-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I love the look of this cake. Using the tip 127 did not give me the even, ribboned look in the picture. A zigzag isn't hard to do but vertically as a ribbon has been difficult for me to achieve.
Date published: 2014-01-30
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