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post #16 of 142
thumbs_up.gif Thanks for this information!!
post #17 of 142
I need to try this out! Thanks for sharing this!
post #18 of 142
Cant wait to try it!
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post #19 of 142
Great! Thanks icon_biggrin.gif
post #20 of 142
Thanks so much for sharing this! I have only used RI, but I would love to try this! Much appreciated!
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post #21 of 142
cant wait for someone to post results with wiltons gp mix icon_smile.gif
post #22 of 142
I am going to try this with Wilton tomorrow! I am very excited to see if it works!! I'll let you all know icon_smile.gif
post #23 of 142
I would love to have a recipe that you can make yourself (not from a mix). Does anyone have one? I hate having to buy all of this extra stuff. I'm staring to run out of room to store everyting. lol
post #24 of 142
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Originally Posted by AngelaM

I just got this email from Baker's Kitchen:

"BIG NEWS!!
How to make Flexible Royal Icing:
We have discovered a great secondary use for our new gumpaste mix. You can make a flexible royal icing out of it. Have you ever piped royal icing out onto parchment paper to make cake decorations, only to have most of them break prior to use? Well, here's your answer: Simply mix 1 cup of our TBK gumpaste mix with 1/3 cup hot water, beat well with an electric mixer, (it will be soft) and use to pipe out designsonto lightly greased parchment paper. Print out designs or monograms from your computer, lay under the parchment, and trace. Allow to dry overnight, and the pieces will be flexible and "rubbery". The vegetable gums in the gumpaste mix are the cause of this. Also works great for piping out rope borders or strings of pearls, then pick them up and stick on your cake! It is a little too soft to make royal icing roses out of it, but piped designs are perfect! Works on the white or chocolate gumpaste mix. The chocolate comes out a little stringier, but it's worth the trouble for such fantastic results!"





I got this same email today too, I would also like to know if it would work with any other gumpaste mix, for all others that try Please let us know.
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post #25 of 142
Thanks for sharing, I wonder if this would work for piping messages. My hand writing sucks to begin with, it's worse on a cake.
post #26 of 142
Hi Marcy,
thanks for posting this. could you please post the ingredients on your gum paste package that you used?
thanks
post #27 of 142
I'm going to have to try this tonight! Thanks for the info!!!
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post #28 of 142
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I have tried both ck g-paste mix and the baker's kitchen brand to make the flexible royal icing. ck worked pretty good, but the baker's kitchen gpaste mix stayed flexible longer. I've been playing with this stuff and it's fun. I made a cake for a skiing friend and piped snowflakes out, (traced the patterns) and stuck them all over the cake, even bent over the edges. (none broke! Yoo-Hoo!) I havn't tried wilton, it's too expensive!
post #29 of 142
I will be running to the store on Monday to try this! Thank you so much for posting.
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post #30 of 142
Oh great! Yet another thing to add to my 'things to try' list! If only I had more time to try out the HUNDREDS of thing I want to do....lol icon_lol.gif
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