Icing Ring Molds

Decorating By fl_cake_lover Updated 2 Oct 2011 , 3:54am by Dani1081

fl_cake_lover Posted 2 Oct 2011 , 12:39am
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Does anyone use the 4" cake rings from Chef Rubber to ice their cakes? They are expensive, and I wanted to make sure they were worth the investment. I've seen the Cake Alchemy use them on tv before.



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bobwonderbuns Posted 2 Oct 2011 , 1:07am
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I thought those were for stacking, not icing. I've never heard of anyone icing with them.

fl_cake_lover Posted 2 Oct 2011 , 3:43am
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This is what the steps are in an ad from an old American Cake Decorating magazine. You lightly ice the sides of the ring and place it on top of a cake board that fits. Then you place a layer of cake and pipe icing around the side for the dam. Fill it with whatever, place your next layer of cake and repeat. On top of your last layer you fill it with icing and level it off. Chill it for however long and hit the sides with a blow torch. Last you slide the ring off and your cake is crumb coated.

Dani1081 Posted 2 Oct 2011 , 3:54am
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Wow!!! Those are REALLy expensive. I think I'd check Fat Daddios prices before I invest in those - apparently they intend them to be family heirlooms. WOW!

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