I Think I May Have Cracked The Sugarveil Recipe......maybe

Baking By Somethin-Sweet Updated 21 Sep 2015 , 6:22pm by ChrystysCreations

virqui2 Posted 14 Aug 2013 , 2:12pm
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I have seen similar products to sugarveil icing, magic decor of pavoni, tricot mix of Silikomart ...

elbes cakes Posted 14 Aug 2013 , 7:36pm
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ANo. It doesn't have the flexibility. Sugar veil is very flexible and moves like plastic.

virqui2 Posted 14 Aug 2013 , 11:44pm
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magic decor of pavoni is flexible too, Have you tried this product? please, find on YouTube magic decor pavoni

virqui2 Posted 15 Aug 2013 , 9:46pm
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Claudialiliana Posted 18 Aug 2013 , 8:35pm
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Hi I have a home made sugar veil recipe! 

 

You can increase the amount of ingredients if you need more of it.

Here goes..

1 Tbsp Tylose

1/4 cup BOILING Water

1Tbsp confectioner sugar

2 level tbsp corn starch

1/4 tsp meringue powder/egg white powder

1/2 tsp. corn syrup

Pinch of white icing color or one of your choice color

 

Add Tylose to boiling water and with a small fork mix until you get a clear mixture.

When mix is clear, add confectioner sugar and mix, then add your cornstarch and mix again.  Add the meringue powder and mix again.  Then add your corn syrup.

Add coloring after this has been mixed. 

 

this mix can be kept in the refrigerator for a week.  To work with it leave it at room temperature.  Once you have made the lace, you can store it in a plastic zip lock bag.

To restore the elasticity, just place a damp kitchen towel on top, but not too long... keep checking it.

 

Good Luck!!!! :)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is the same recipe that Joan Pinto in Venezuela teaches!!!....

 

He is an Amazing teacher and Cake Decorator professional!!... I love all his classes...

 

the difference is that he use Glucose instead of corn syrup, and the merengue powder is not the same amount if you change it for egg whites...

 

I can tell that this recipe works perfectly!!!...

 

 

HTH...   :)

GigisFreshBaked Posted 21 Aug 2013 , 3:19pm
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Originally Posted by Claudialiliana 

Hi I have a home made sugar veil recipe! 

 

You can increase the amount of ingredients if you need more of it.

Here goes..

1 Tbsp Tylose

1/4 cup BOILING Water

1Tbsp confectioner sugar

2 level tbsp corn starch

1/4 tsp meringue powder/egg white powder

1/2 tsp. corn syrup

Pinch of white icing color or one of your choice color

 

Add Tylose to boiling water and with a small fork mix until you get a clear mixture.

When mix is clear, add confectioner sugar and mix, then add your cornstarch and mix again.  Add the meringue powder and mix again.  Then add your corn syrup.

Add coloring after this has been mixed. 

 

this mix can be kept in the refrigerator for a week.  To work with it leave it at room temperature.  Once you have made the lace, you can store it in a plastic zip lock bag.

To restore the elasticity, just place a damp kitchen towel on top, but not too long... keep checking it.

 

Good Luck!!!! :)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is the same recipe that Joan Pinto in Venezuela teaches!!!....

 

He is an Amazing teacher and Cake Decorator professional!!... I love all his classes...

 

the difference is that he use Glucose instead of corn syrup, and the merengue powder is not the same amount if you change it for egg whites...

 

I can tell that this recipe works perfectly!!!...

 

 

HTH...   :)

I'm going to try this!  thanks :)

DawnEdwards Posted 24 Aug 2013 , 1:35am
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I did make it, this past week, and used it for my hubby's birthday.  He requested a cheesecake!  I used the sugar veil mold of course.

This turned out perfectly!

ttaunt Posted 24 Aug 2013 , 2:49am
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so I take it you use this with the sugarveil molds or mats. I guess we have to order those on line because I didn't see it in the stores here where I live. I am anxious to try this. Thanks for sharing.

DawnEdwards Posted 24 Aug 2013 , 3:08am
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Yes you can use the molds, I ordered mine from over seas, and they are TONS cheaper here at this ladies Etsy store.  I got this mold, and the rose lace mold.  They look like the same as sugar veil molds.  They took a couple weeks to get, but they are perfect.

 

http://www.etsy.com/listing/158727334/flower-silicone-fondant-mat-sugarveil?utm_source=google&utm_medium=product_listing_promoted&utm_campaign=supplies_low&gclid=CL76ldOMlbkCFWZk7AodnwkAxQ
 

ttaunt Posted 24 Aug 2013 , 3:19am
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I just ordered a mat and some lace molds for about $50 total,will be getting them in 3 working days, I just wont know what to do with them when I get it LOL. I'll go watch some tutorials and I'll figure it out.

lkern777 Posted 25 Aug 2013 , 6:34pm
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Originally Posted by DawnEdwards 

I did make it, this past week, and used it for my hubby's birthday.  He requested a cheesecake!  I used the sugar veil mold of course.

This turned out perfectly!

 

This looks great! Can you tell me if your version is able to be piped? I have a custom design that I need to pipe and be flexible. I have ordered some actual SugarVeil, but wanted to practice with something before it gets here.

DawnEdwards Posted 25 Aug 2013 , 8:11pm
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Yes you can pipe with it also!
 

lkern777 Posted 25 Aug 2013 , 8:58pm
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Originally Posted by DawnEdwards 

Yes you can pipe with it also!
 

 

Thanks for the quick reply. I will try it tonight or tomorrow and post how it works for me.

ttaunt Posted 27 Aug 2013 , 1:02am
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Can sugarveil be used on buttercream iced cakes instead of fondant? I don't do fondant yet,but I love the lace look.

DawnEdwards Posted 27 Aug 2013 , 1:32am
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I am not too sure, however you would think that the buttercream would be a bit too "wet" for the sugar veil.  I would not suggest it, as too much water or moisture on the

sugar veil will melt it.

ttaunt Posted 27 Aug 2013 , 1:47am
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I ordered the stuff already,so i'll give it a try on a practice cake.

DawnEdwards Posted 27 Aug 2013 , 2:24am
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Let us all know how it goes, and take pictures!  icon_smile.gif
 

GigisFreshBaked Posted 27 Aug 2013 , 2:29am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by DawnEdwards 

I did make it, this past week, and used it for my hubby's birthday.  He requested a cheesecake!  I used the sugar veil mold of course.

This turned out perfectly!

Was it easy to use?  I've heard the sugarveil is very difficult and I'm wondering how often you've used it before?

ttaunt Posted 27 Aug 2013 , 2:59am
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Ok sugar veil site says it will stick to buttercream. Im happy now.

DawnEdwards Posted 27 Aug 2013 , 3:40am
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Good to know!

ttaunt Posted 28 Aug 2013 , 10:49am
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SugarVeil IcingYes, you can use SugarVeil on any surface - with a moist fingertip, dampen a few places on the back of the SugarVeil decoration, and it will adhere to any surface.

This is the reply from sugarveil posted to me on facebook.

chelsij Posted 28 Aug 2013 , 7:49pm
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Where can I find Tylose?

GigisFreshBaked Posted 28 Aug 2013 , 7:55pm
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AAny bakery supply store should have it

chelsij Posted 28 Aug 2013 , 7:58pm
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Thanks!

suzanneelb Posted 28 Aug 2013 , 11:12pm
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AI just tried the recipe posted by DawnEdwards. I didn't have any Tylose powder so I substituted vegetable gum powder that I had & left everything else the same. Not successful, had to throw it all out. Anyone else having luck with the recipe? Thx

Goreti Posted 28 Aug 2013 , 11:57pm
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I did try it but I ended up using a little more water.  The consistency just didn't seem right.  I used it with an inexpensive mat that I purchase from wholeport and it did work.  The first time I put too much on the mat and was impatient so it didn't come out too well.  I tried it a second time using much less and letting it dry a bit and it came out pretty good.  Didn't use it on anything.  It was just a test.

jennicake Posted 29 Aug 2013 , 2:09am
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Originally Posted by suzanneelb 

I just tried the recipe posted by DawnEdwards. I didn't have any Tylose powder so I substituted vegetable gum powder that I had & left everything else the same. Not successful, had to throw it all out. Anyone else having luck with the recipe? Thx

Always try a recipe the way it was written before giving up on it!  You changed the recipe, so thats why it didn't work.  Get some tylose powder and try again :)

GigisFreshBaked Posted 29 Aug 2013 , 2:29am
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Are you able to use any kind of silicone mat with this recipe or just the sugar veil?  If not, can anyone recommend mats that will work with it?  Thanks!

pinarsarioglu Posted 25 Sep 2013 , 9:54am
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Original message sent by DawnEdwards

Hi I have a home made sugar veil recipe! 

You can increase the amount of ingredients if you need more of it. Here goes.. 1 Tbsp Tylose 1/4 cup BOILING Water 1Tbsp confectioner sugar 2 level tbsp corn starch 1/4 tsp meringue powder/egg white powder 1/2 tsp. corn syrup Pinch of white icing color or one of your choice color

Add Tylose to boiling water and with a small fork mix until you get a clear mixture. When mix is clear, add confectioner sugar and mix, then add your cornstarch and mix again.  Add the meringue powder and mix again.  Then add your corn syrup. Add coloring after this has been mixed. 

this mix can be kept in the refrigerator for a week.  To work with it leave it at room temperature.  Once you have made the lace, you can store it in a plastic zip lock bag. To restore the elasticity, just place a damp kitchen towel on top, but not too long... keep checking it.

Good Luck!!!! :)

pinarsarioglu Posted 25 Sep 2013 , 10:01am
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Original message sent by DawnEdwards

Hi I have a home made sugar veil recipe! 

You can increase the amount of ingredients if you need more of it. Here goes..

1 Tbsp Tylose 1/4 cup BOILING Water 1Tbsp confectioner sugar 2 level tbsp corn starch 1/4 tsp meringue powder/egg white powder 1/2 tsp. corn syrup Pinch of white icing color or one of your choice color

Add Tylose to boiling water and with a small fork mix until you get a clear mixture. When mix is clear, add confectioner sugar and mix, then add your cornstarch and mix again.  Add the meringue powder and mix again.  Then add your corn syrup. Add coloring after this has been mixed. 

this mix can be kept in the refrigerator for a week.  To work with it leave it at room temperature.  Once you have made the lace, you can store it in a plastic zip lock bag. To restore the elasticity, just place a damp kitchen towel on top, but not too long... keep checking it.

Good Luck!!!! :)

Hi, do you remove the mixture from heat after mixing boling water and tylose? Or all ingredients shoul mixed over the heat? Thank you

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