Smiling Pumpkin Icing Decorations
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Primary ingredient for royal icing. Stabilizes buttercream, adds body to boiled icing and meringue. Replaces egg white in many recipes. Resealable top opens for easy measuring. Certified Kosher.
Create dimensional flow-in designs for your cake. Just add water and confectioners' sugar. Certified Kosher. 4 oz. can makes ten 1 1/2 cup batches.
Use like ink markers to add fun and dazzling color to countless foods. Kids love 'em! Decorate on fondant, color flow, royal icing designs and cookies. Brighten everyday foods like toaster pastries, cheese, fruit slices, bread and more.
Make checkerboard cakes as easy as 1-2-3 with Wilton's Checkerboard Cake Set.
- Adds creativity to your cakes easily
- Great for all occasions
- Includes recipe book with ideas
The set includes three 9-in. x 1.5-in. cake pans plus the dividing ring, making three-layer checkerboard cakes easy to bake and create. Whether you choose two different flavors or colors or more, the best part about this cake is the surprise that's inside that awaits your guests. Imagine the combinations! Whether you want a traditional flavor combination such as yellow and chocolate or something more unusual like chocolate and caramel or raspberry white and chocolate cakes, it's easy to combine two or three cake flavors or colors using the checkerboard dividing ring. For the holidays, choose seasonal color combinations. Be a team player and make your checkerboards in your favorite school or sporting team's colors. Bake a baby shower cake in pastels, or create a "reveal" cake: white-and-pink cake for a baby girl or white-and-blue cake for baby boy. School colors for the graduation cake? You bet! Whether it's a kids' birthday party in primary colors or a sophisticated cake in subdued tones, you'll have fun making cakes with the easy-to-use dividing ring. For two colors, simply place the dividing ring in the pan, fill the innermost section with color A, the next ring with color B and the outer ring with color A in two of the pans, and reverse the order for the third pan, removing the dividing ring using the easy-lift handles after filing each pan. Bake the cakes, layer, and your checkerboard is revealed with the first slice! For three colors, just alternate the placement of the batter for each layer.
Shaped cakes look best on boards cut to fit! Strong corrugated cardboard generously-sized in rectangular shapes. Perfect for sheet and square cakes. For shaped cakes, use the pan as a pattern and cut out board to fit cake.
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Without the licorice, he wouldn?t have a leg to stand on! Cupcake spider has a cheerful pumpkin face that isn?t scary at all.
What an incredible centerpiece this creepy candy scene will make on your Halloween dessert buffet! Wilton Icing Decorations make great tree ornaments.
This cake captures the ghostly glow of a Transylvanian twilight. Great details pop up from every corner, including fondant masonry, lattice windows, hovering ghosts and bats in the belfry.
Give this pumpkin a hand! Figure piped icing arms hold up the pumpkin head icing decoration used on these Halloween cupcakes.
Figure piping is a fun technique to learn! It?s all about pressure control?letting the icing mound and build up while you are pulling the tip away.
Build a pumpkin patch centerpiece for your Halloween party! Spatula ice cupcakes, trim with mini pumpkins and display on a Wilton dessert stand for an edible party decoration.
It?s an address definitely possessed for the holidays. There are multiple things going on everywhere you glance at this location. First, a very detailed and decorated cookie house, complete with ghosts, bats and a gigantic moon. Next, a lawn covered with cookie tombstones, ghosts, pumpkins, bats, tinted coconut grass and spiked fences.
There?s a whole lot of ground shaking going on in this party plot. Delicious brownies are scooped out enough to allow room for candy ghosts and goblins. Friendly faces are popping from the graves sprinkled with brownie crumb ?dirt?. Candy tombstones and pumpkin icing decorations complete the party scene.
This skeleton is bending over backwards to greet your guests. Cookies are attached to dowel rods and decorated with candy melts. He rests on a treat bags filled with assorted candy surprises.
Treat your tricksters to a batch of Boo-licious Popcorn Bars. Our timesaving recipe uses microwave popcorn, marshmallow crème, Candy Melts® and sprinkle-on Halloween icing decorations.
Tuck a ghost (or two) into their school lunch bags to spread some holiday spirits. Molded Candy Melt ghosts are topped with icing decoration pumpkin heads.
Creative cake centerpiece is sure to draw a chuckle or two from your guests! A stand-up ?Blood Bank? is being visited by sharply dressed candy vampires.