Best Icing For Cake Cutouts

Decorating By mali1789 Updated 9 Apr 2011 , 9:18pm by cathyscakes

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mali1789 Posted 9 Apr 2011 , 7:55pm
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Need advice on the best icing to use on cut-out cake. I am making cut-out letters for Texas A & M (Large T with smaller A & M) about 3 inches thick. The T is 12 inches tall and the top of the T is 10 inches across. The others are 4 1/2 inches both directions. The thing I am most worried about is getting it smoothe inside the small cutout on the A. Don't want to use fondant. Thanks in advance for help.

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sacakesandbakes Posted 9 Apr 2011 , 8:37pm
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Or instead of cutting out the small triangle, you can use a contrasting color in buttercream. Black or white.

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cathyscakes Posted 9 Apr 2011 , 9:18pm
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Just use a crusting buttercream, there are many in the recipe section. Let it set up a bit, 10 minutes, and use a viva paper towel to smooth inside the a, think that would work, you couldn't use a fondant smoother, something smaller that would fit inside the A, maybe a dowel, not sure how small the area would be, i'm sure you could find something.

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