I'm making an iphone cake for tomorrow, and am stumped on how to write so neatly, and with such small letters in white....does anyone know if there is such a thing as a white foodwriter??
I have never seen a white foodwriter. But you could print a font that you like and then pipe RI onto parchment paper. The letters will dry by tomorrow and then they will just slide right off when you tilt the board or pan they are on.
It's worked really well for me. There's a recent picture in my photo's. You'll see it!
I saw somebody recently made a Blackberry cake and their white looked handwritten...I am waiting anxiously to find out how it was done!
Let the paste dry for 1 or 2 days and then you can print or scribe the letters onto baking paper or sheet of paper. Place this on top of your cake and then scribe over. When you remove the paper the imprints of the letters will be left on the cake for you to pipe over.
The person who made the blackberry put in her photo that she painted it on with white color.
I have often wished for a white writer pen. I helped a friend who made an I-Pone cake do the writing. I used royal in a parchment bag with a very small tip. It sucked. I recommend having no coffee before attempting this!