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Ice Skate Cake


Makes: Cake serves 12.
Skill Level: None

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Step 1

We suggest that you tint all icing at one time while cake cools. Refrigerate tinted icing in covered containers until ready to use. Bring to room temperature for decorating.

Make 4 3/4 cups buttercream icing:
? Tint 3 cups light royal blue (thin 2 cups with 2 teaspoons light corn syrup)
? Tint 1/4 cup royal blue
? Tint 1 1/4 cups black
? Tint 1/4 cup gray

Step 2

Decorate in Order:

Trace pan shape on cake board. Cut board and wrap with Fanci-Foil Wrap. Position cake on board.

Step 3

Level cake by trimming off support bar and raised portion of wheels.

Step 4

Ice sides and background areas smooth with thinned light blue icing.

Step 5

Ice tongue of skate smooth with black icing.

Step 6

Use tip 4 to outline tongue of skate with black icing.

Step 7

Use tip 6 to pipe laces with black icing.

Step 8

Use tip 4 to pipe in heel support with black icing. Smooth with finger dipped in cornstarch.

Step 9

Use tip 6 to pipe gray dots on skate. Smooth with finger dipped in cornstarch.

Step 10

Use tip 4 to outline lightning bolt in blue icing. Use tip 16 to fill in with stars in blue icing.

Step 11

Use tip 16 to cover top and sides of skate with stars with black icing.

Step 12

Use tip 21 to add shell bottom border in light blue icing.

Step 13

Cut skate blade out of cake board and cover with Fanci-Foil Wrap. Blade measures 10 in. wide x 2 in. high, with 1 in. wide supports. Position on cake.

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The Shell is the most popular icing technique of all. It's the basis for many borders, fleurs de lis and more. Lift the tip only slightly when piping to avoid a bumpy look.

Characters or designs are often outlined first, then piped in with stars or zigzags. Outlines can also be used for facial features.

One of the most popular techniques, stars come in a range of sizes and styles. Experiment with open and closed stars for variation in look. The star technique is timeless and can be used as a classic border or as a stunning fill-in for the top of a dessert.

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