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    How to Ice a Cake with Whipped Cream | Cake Decorating how to make

    How to Ice a Cake with Whipped Cream | Cake Decorating

    How to Ice a Cake with Whipped Cream | Cake Decorating English - transcript English - transcript
    Hi. I'm Katie, and today I'm going to showyou how to ice a cake with whipped cream.
    I'm using homemade whipped cream. All I didwas take, this is called a balloon whisk,
    mostly because of the shape. It's very largeand round and it gets a lot of air very easily
    into whatever you're whipping. Nice cold heavycream, a little bit of confectioner's sugar
    just to sweeten it up, a little vanilla oranything you like. And all I'm doing is whipping
    from side to side. We're looking for nicemedium or stiff peaks.
    Now all I'm going to do is take my two layersof cake, I have a vanilla cake, this is also
    great with ice cream cakes actually. So I'lljust take a big dollop of whipped cream, put
    it right on the center of my cake with a rubberspatula, and just use a, this is a large offset,
    to just push the whipped cream all over thesurface. And if you wanted to, it's actually
    really fun to soak your cake before you putany sort of filling, especially a light filling
    like whipped cream. So if you took a littlesugar and water and brought it to a boil and
    added a little alcohol, or a little flavoringof some kind, it's a really nice thing to
    All I'm going to do is take my top layer andjust, watch the crumbs, and just put it right
    on top. And any bits that fall off just glueit back together. That's it.
    Make sure all of your cake crumbs are outof the way before you start frosting, so that
    way it won't be in your frosting. And I'mgoing to take the rest of my whipped cream,
    and just right on top, a nice big dollop.Remember this is really only lightly sweetened.
    If you like a really sweet whipped cream,add a little bit more confectioner's sugar,
    but it's nice, just a light fresh topping.Take my large offset and just push the whipped
    cream down so that it's covering the surface.
    And if you wanted to, you could leave thiscake open-faced, so it just spread it over
    the top and don't cover the sides. But I'mjust going to kind of turn my cake plate,
    my turntable, and push the whipped cream outso it covers all of the edges, and then just
    start to work it down the sides. So you cansee the motion that I'm using, is I'm angling
    it down and just kind of gently pressing towardsmyself, just to push down the edges.
    And once everything is covered, keep makingyour way around. Make sure there are no little
    areas that are left untouched. You can eithertake the same spatula or spoon and just make
    little swooshes for more of a rustic design,or if you're looking for a really smooth surface,
    take a bench scraper and pull towards you,and any extra just kind of pop it right off.
    And then I'm going to start on the top andjust take it and angle it towards me. And
    just pull and wipe off. Just clean it up andthat is it. Take a little wet paper towel
    and just clean up your edges and you're readyto go.
    That's how you decorate a cake with whippedcream topping.
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