100's & 1,000's ( Sprinkles) Covered Cakes.

Decorating By seamusis20 Updated 28 Jan 2015 , 11:20pm by seamusis20

seamusis20 Posted 28 Jan 2015 , 1:35pm
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AJust looking for some helpful hints to apply 100's & 1,000's to an 11" cake. I am thinking of getting two cake boards. One under & one ontop for easy handling and rolling it and so doing the sides first then just ganaching & sprinkling the top. Do you think that would work or the rolling press too hard on the surface forcing them into the ganache covering too much???? I've never decorated a cake like this before. I need some friendly advice.:grin:

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Dayti Posted 28 Jan 2015 , 2:55pm
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Here you go http://thecakeblog.com/2012/09/diy-rainbow-sprinkle-cake.html

 

Or, you could try filling a tray with the sprinkles (like in the tutorial above) and pressing them on in handfuls. Any excess will fall back into the tray. You would need to do it with a freshly ganached/buttercreamed cake so they stick!

seamusis20 Posted 28 Jan 2015 , 11:20pm
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AWow! This blog is what I was imagining. I just hope the sprinkles aren't forced into the ganache too much.

Thanks V much Dayti. :)

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