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Stained Glass Solemnity Cake


Tinted Piping Gel gives this cake its realistic shimmer and shine. It's one holiday design that's sure to earn high praise from family and friends!
Makes: Cake serves 12.
Skill Level: None
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Step 1

Make 4 cups buttercream icing:
Tint 1/2 cup black
Reserve 3 1/2 cups white

Step 2

Make 1/4 cup white royal icing

Step 3

Use 1 1/4 cups of piping gel:
Tint 1/4 cup yellow
Tint 1/4 cup blue
Tint 1/4 cup pink
Tint 1/4 cup green
Tint 1/4 cup violet

Step 4

In Advance: Bake and cool cookie using Roll-Out Cookie recipe and largest circle cutter in 101 Cookie Cutter Set. Ice cookie smooth in white royal icing. Let set.

Step 5

Decorate in Order:
1. Ice cake smooth in white buttercream icing.
2. Using black buttercream icing, pipe tip 3 outlines for stained glass on cake and cookie.
3. Using yellow, pink, violet, blue and green piping gels in cut parchment bags, fill in stained glass areas.
4. Using white buttercream icing, pipe tip 3 bead border on top edge of cake.
5. Using white buttercream icing, pipe tip 21 shell bottom border.
6. Position cookie on cake top.

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Stained Glass Solemnity Cake is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I did this one for a new-membership Sunday at church. I adapted the design to match the stained-glass pattern on the plates and napkins, so it all coordinated. I found it much easier to fill in the gel "glass" after I let the black outlines dry a bit to prevent any bleeding.
Date published: 2011-05-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I loved this cake, everyone was so impressed with the technique, I'm planing on doing more stained glass cakes because is adorable. The gel color a little is enough and same goes for piping gel. The wilton instructions and picture help a lot to get it done right. I used boiled icing instead of buttercream and the result was good, making the outline with tip 2 makes the finish product more delicate, at the end tip 2 was all I used and I created the patron on parchment paper and transfered with transparent piping gel it worked perfectly
Date published: 2010-11-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I used the technique but made a square and a round cake. To make it easier I used cookie cutters to imprint the designs on the cake.They were geometric shaped and round cutters. I also make a drawing of the basic design before making the cake. Co- workers loved the cakes.
Date published: 2010-11-29
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