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Wrapped in Glory Cake

Here?s a patriotic cake that succeeds with flying colors! Our Star Pan bakes the classic shape?which you will decorate with a star-studded fondant surface wrapped with striped bunting.
Makes: Cake serves 12.
Skill Level: None

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Step 1

Tint 1 1/2 pks. of fondant blue; reserve remaining 1/2 pk. white. Prepare and cover cake with blue fondant; smooth. Using second smallest star cutter, randomly cut out blue stars from cake. Roll out white fondant to same thickness as fondant on cake; cut out white stars and inlay on cake; smooth.

Step 2

To make drape: Roll out and cut 1 pk. white fondant in two pieces - one 5 x 12 in. top, one 5 x 18 in. bottom. Tint 1/2 pk. fondant Red-Red and Christmas Red combination. Roll out and cut 3/4 in. wide strips to lengths of top and bottom pieces; position on white fondant, 3/4 in. apart. Roll red/white fondant to blend evenly together. Drape top and bottom pieces on cake, joining at side point of star.

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Wrapped in Glory Cake is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Stars & Stripes are always a big hit on July 4th This cake went together beautifully! I made the banner a bit shorter and used an extruded to make even lines of fondant. I laid it right over the white and used a small rolling pin to flatten it. I also didn't bother with inserting the stars into the blue and was very pleased with the result. The instructions were easy to follow and the cake was a big hit!
Date published: 2016-07-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Love the design of this. Why not just use the ready to use red fondant instead of tinting, now that there are the larger packs? It is incredibly hard to get dark colors using white fondant as a base. If a specific shade of red is required can't you just tint the red fondant a little darker?
Date published: 2012-05-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this cake. We made one but it was 2 tiered, with the bottom being the stripes and the top being the field of stars. At the time only had square and round pans but turned out great. This cake was a big hit and will be doing it again =)
Date published: 2011-05-14
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