Need Icing To Drip Like Slime.

Decorating By cassiepittman07 Updated 28 Jul 2015 , 10:23pm by LeanneW

cassiepittman07 Posted 10 Jul 2015 , 12:28am
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I'm making a ninja turtle cake and they want to have lime green icing dripping down the side of the cake like slime. What is the best thing to do?

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Apti Posted 10 Jul 2015 , 1:02am
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Piping gel colored icky green.

cupkakesp Posted 10 Jul 2015 , 1:05am
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I would use piping gel..  I use the one made with gelatin, turns out great!  flavor and color it any way you like

Apti Posted 10 Jul 2015 , 1:28am
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Americolor Electric Green is a perfect slime color.  (I LOVE the Americolor electric gels.)

cassiepittman07 Posted 10 Jul 2015 , 1:55am
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Ok. I thought about adding extra liquid to my icing to get it to be loose. Would that work? Haven't thought about piping gel though.

CWR41 Posted 10 Jul 2015 , 2:24am
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You can microwave 30 seconds per pound, pour in pastry bag, and pipe along edge with a #6 or #7 tip (depending on how thin your BC is) while helping it drizzle downward with heavy pressure where you want the drips to go.

Cakemom21 Posted 10 Jul 2015 , 1:49pm
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Piping gel. I used it for blood running down a cake and it worked perfect.

icingimages Posted 10 Jul 2015 , 5:16pm
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Decogel is also perfect for slime!

LeanneW Posted 14 Jul 2015 , 6:19pm
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a while ago I posted a video for edible ooze, it would go on top of your frosting as decoration. 

http://www.cakecentral.com/recipe/46016/edible-ninja-turtle-ooze

*Last edited by LeanneW on 28 Jul 2015 , 10:23pm

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