How To Use Silicone Cupcake Cases

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How to Get Flat Cake Layers

How to Get Flat Cake Layers Blog post with all the instructions: Few things frustrate me more than domed cake layers with burnt edges. I make cakes QUITE often so you can imagine I like things to go smoothly especially since I’m usually filming and sharing the results. When I first started out my cakes had a very “home made” look about them, the corners were rounded and they often sagged at the edge or even drifted off to one side. The taste was good but appearances matter so I would have to trim the top off of my domed layers to get a flat top but then you end up with extra cake and lots of crumbs! Eventually I realized the problem wasn’t with the recipe but the bake itself. When you bake cake layers the outside heats up and baked more quickly than the center, which is insulated by the rest of the batter surrounding it. So basically the outside of the cake layer bakes first; the inside of the cake layer has more time to rise and by the time the inside is set and baked through the outside is starting to dry out and burn. This is why you see so many cakes with dark edges which are not pillowy soft. Here's a link to buy the cake strips I use if you want to pick up a set:

How to Prevent your Cupcake Liners from Sticking

How to prevent your cupcake liners from sticking and ruining your beautiful creations. ALSO, what to do if your cupcake liners are already stuck! SUBSCRIBE: Get my FREE BUTTERCREAM CHEATSHEET: TOOLS: My fave cupcake liners: Muffin tin: Cooling Racks: CONNECT ----------------------------------------­­­­­­­­­­------------------- Blog: Pinterest: Twitter: Facebook: Instagram:

RAINBOW HEART CAKE | Surprise Inside Valentine's Dessert | My Cupcake Addiction + Nestle Toll House

For the printable recipe click here: More Valentine's Ideas HERE Today I made a super cute Valentine's Day Cake with a stunning rainbow striped love heart hidden right inside a bundt cake! Click HERE --- --- to check out some other super cute original recipes I created with Nestle Toll House products Check out the Very Best Baking Channel Here: Big thanks to Nestle Toll House for teaming up with me on today’s video! #sponsored Ingredients: For the vanilla rainbow cake: (this is a SINGLE batch of my vanilla cake and you need two of them) Cook Time - 15-20 minutes @175c / 350f 260g / 9oz Plain flour, sifted 225g / 8oz Caster sugar (USA - granulated) 250g / 8.8oz Butter, softened 110g / 3.8oz Whole milk 3 x 65g/2.2oz Eggs, room temperature (ex-large) 40g / 1.4oz Vegetable oil 3 tsp Baking powder 1 tsp vanilla extract (or essence) For the Chocolate Bundt Cake: Oven Temp: 175c / 350f 4oz Nestle Toll House Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsels 100ml whipping cream 340g / 12oz Plain flour, sifted 315g / 11oz Caster sugar (USA - granulated) 225g / 8oz Butter, softened (eqv. 2 sticks) 225g / 8oz Water, room temperature 55g / 2oz Nestle Toll House Cocoa Powder 3 x 65g/2.2oz Eggs, room temperature (ex-large) 40g / 1.4oz Vegetable oil 4 tsp Baking powder 2tsp Vanilla For the Chocolate Ganache frosting 8oz Nestle Toll House Semi Sweet Chocolate Morsels 200ml whipping cream Tools: Scissors Serrated edge knife Large bowl Heart Cookie Cutter Bundt Tin Hand Mixer Food Colouring Snap Seal Bag Piping Pag Baking Sheet Parchment Paper FOLLOW ME ON: FACEBOOK for quick vids, posted daily: INSTAGRAM for sneak peeks and the best sweet pics: TWITTER - because nobody else does: PINTEREST to save & pin my stuff: My PERSONAL FACEBOOK Strictly for Selfies:

Mold Making Video - Silicone Plastique® Basic Mold Making - Learn How to Use This Amazing Mold Putty

Here is a helpful mold making video created by that teaches basic mold making techniques using an amazing mold putty called, Silicone Plastique®. Mold making is a valuable skill that can be very useful for just about anyone who is involved in creating a physical object. I have taught thousands of people how to make molds and have come to realize that most people have a predetermined opinion that mold making is very technical and difficult to perform. It is true that mold making can be very complex, but you may be surprised to find that 90% of the physical objects around you right now can be molded with Silicone Plastique®. The reason this is possible is because I have spent a decade and a half developing this amazing mold putty into a perfect consistency that feels like modeling clay and is very user friendly. Originally designed for chefs to be used in kitchens for food molds, Silicone Plastique® is completely non-toxic, food grade and complies with FDA regulations concerning synthetic rubber coming into repeated contact with food. While chefs world wide use Silicone Plastique®, it is amazing how this easy to use silicone mold making compound has found its way into many diverse areas. Scientist and engineers purchase Silicone Plastique® in order to make molds of their inventions so they can have a collection of duplicate prototypes. Paleontologists use it to make molds of fossils right at the dig sight and in museum work shops. Restoration experts use Silicone Plastique® to make molds of ornate moldings and picture frames in order to repair damaged originals. Artists, polymer clay & precious metal clay sculptors find Silicone Plastique® perfect for reproducing their original art creations into exact copies that can be sold for a profit. Educators, parents and children's activity directors find Silicone Plastique® to be a medium that fascinates kids and very helpful in creating parts needed for science projects or other educational endeavors. Professionals in all industries have found Silicone Plastique® to be an excellent material to have on hand for making custom gaskets and seals for machinery, handles for tools, bumpers and pads for conveyor and assembly lines. Custom shaped pads and coverings for orthopedic and prosthetic applications are also made with this amazing silicone mold making putty. Silicone Plastique® has even been used by farriers to treat a horse's hoof by packing this smooth and pliable mold making compound into the hoof under the shoe in order to add support and helpful repair to a horse's hooves. The list is endless of how Silicone Plastique® is being used throughout the world and quite a fascinating story when you consider that it was originally designed as a chef's mold making material. But in a way, it makes sense when you consider that a chef, like us, has at his disposal only the basic kind of tools found in a kitchen. He, like us, doesn't have much time nor can he undertake a process with a complicated learning curve involving technical equipment. Sounds like the rest of us, doesn't it? It seems that what will work for a chef in the kitchen is perfectly suited for the rest of us, namely a mold making system that is easy to use, a consistency that we can handle like clay or play-doh and a quick curing time that yields a strong, pliable mold that can be reused for a lifetime.

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