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Nevermind, figured it out. It WAS the frosting PH. I had tried a pinch of baking soda, but out of frustration when I added a ton of baking soda to a sample, it purpled right up, but of course, tasted horrible. So to add something basic that actually tasted good, I made a thick batter out of water and powdered creamer and added it the batch. It's purple now! Haha so weird.
butterscotch instant pudding goes perfectly
I cannot get my frosting purple, its just gray. Used americolor red and regal purple, even tried adding a pinch of baking soda to a sample bowl. Nothing.
I use a roller blind like dayti. I also will get fabric from the wholesale store and glue it to foam core board from dollar tree if I want a fancier background, I still use the roller blind I just put the fabric covered board for the vertical background.
If you use gumpaste for the accents, goggles, etc. and let them dry a few days they should be pretty lightweight. At least that's how it ends up with the gumpaste I use.
I use WASC method with the following subs: 18.25 dh butter golden mix, 3 eggs not egg whites, 7 t butter instead of oil, 3 T butterscotch instant pudding, 1 tsp salt instead of 3/4 tsp, 2 tsp butter extract instead of other extracts, and 1c water instead of 1&1/3 c. Works great for me!
Hi everyone. Need some info on a GOOD quality source of white or off-white cupcake liners that will STAY white, even after red velvet in baked in them. Experiences? Suggestions? Thanks!
Thanks!
What kind of stamens are these? Anyone know where to get them or what they're called? Thanks in advance for any help!
Found it! Was a cake by Artisan Cake Company on the Dragon Con Sunday Sweets edition. Whew!
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