Item# WLPROJ-7764

Black & White Vampire Cake

Item# WLPROJ-7764

Black & White Vampire Cake

Item No. WLPROJ-7764
Amount
Serves 12
Prep Time
1 hr 30 min
Skill Level
Intermediate
Total Time
4 hr 30 min

Stunning in its simplicity, this Black & White Vampire Bite Cake features two drizzles of blood proving something went bump in the night and bit this cake! The stark design made with stripes of alternating black and white fondant is topped off with a grim black pumpkin for added effect. This bloody vampire cake is one you’ll want to show-off to family and friends this unique Halloween cake idea.

Ingredients

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  • Favorite Cake Mix or Recipe
  • Easy Vanilla Buttercream Frosting
  • Decorator Preferred Black Fondant, 24 oz. Fondant Icing
  • Decorator Preferred White Fondant, 24 oz. Fondant Icing
  • Red Decorating Gel

Tools

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  • Mini Pumpkin Pan
  • Cooling Grid
  • Roll and Cut Fondant Mat
  • Large Fondant Roller with Guide Rings
  • Fondant Smoother
  • Cake Decorating Tools, 5-Piece Brush Set
  • Fondant Cutter Set, 3-Piece Fondant Tools
  • Aluminum Round Cake Pan, 6 x 3-Inch
  • 8-Inch Cake Circles, 12-Count
  • Silver Fanci-Foil Wrap
  • Decorator Preferred 13 inch Angled Spatula
  • Unbleached Parchment Paper, 30 Sq. Ft
  • Ruler

Instructions

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  • How To

    How to Overlay Fondant
    How to Apply Fondant to Fondant

    Stack fondant cut-outs to create colorful dimensional decorations on buttercream or fondant-covered cakes and treats. Use this technique to create easy abstract, elegant or whimsical designs.

    Icing Consistency
    Buttercream Frosting Consistency

    Whether you are frosting a cake or piping decorations, the consistency of the frosting is key to getting the right results. Too soft and your decorations will droop. Too stiff and your frosting will be difficult to spread.

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