These Exotic Desserts were Baked Using 3D-Printed Silicone Molds

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Silicone Cake Magic Mold Review

Silicone Cake Magic Mold makes it possible for you to bake a cake in any shape you like. Music By: Carefree Melody by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license ( Source: Artist: Follow 2¢ Chicks: Facebook - instagram - twitter -


Subscribe for new monthly videos: Hello everyone ! :) Thanks for watching! Scroll down for more info: If you are having difficult to find food grade silicone watch Grant Thompson - "The King of Random" Smooth-Sil 940 Food Grade Mold Making Silicone Rubber Today I'll show you how to make moulds with silicon and left over fondant ! """" REMEMBER: IF YOU ARE USING THIS MOULD FOR FOOD YOU MUST USE FOOD-GRADE SILICONE. """" My names Verusca Walker and I am a passionate cake artist. I upload videos every month so don't forget to follow me if you're new ! ANY VIDEO SUGGESTIONS LEAVE IN THE COMMENTS. ***ALSO! KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR MY STRUCTURED CAKE BOOK COMING VERY SOON !! *** ✓FIND ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA : Website: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: ........................................­........................................­.................................... INGREDIENTS: All purpose silicone or Food grade silicone Silicone gun Cornflour Vegetable oil gloves food colour paddle pop stick Vegetable paper   In a plastic container with cornflour squirt +/- 50g of silicone, add a dot of food colour and mix all together Add 1/2 spoon of vegetable oil, mix it. Add 2 spoon of cornflour and mix it again. With gloves knead until becomes a putty. If still stick add more cornflour. Spray item with vegetable oil and press item against putty. ........................................­........................................­.................................. ✓BIG THANKS TO: APPLIANCES: PRODUCTION/MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS ENQUIRIES: Remy Taylor Twitter: @remelise Contact: ✓FAQs: What mixer do you use? Kitchen aid What camera do you use? Nikon D3200 What do you use to edit your videos? iMovie 10.0.9 How do you light your videos: Natural lighting, downlights and 3 large umbrella lights


Check out this charming compilation of eye-popping geometry cakes that look too beautiful to eat! Dinara Kasko is a 28-year-old talented pastry chef from Ukraine. Like many homemakers, she took an interest in baking. She started off making some simple cakes and pies, but her interest quickly turned into a passion. Dinara graduated from the University of Architecture and Design and worked as an architect and designer, and a 3D visualizer. She liked what she was doing as an architect, but now she's more interested in patisserie. From the moment Dinara got into patisserie she decided to try and add something new into it. Dinara realized that the appearance is as important as taste for a cake, and so she tried to model her own moulds and then print them using a 3D printer. The results are amazing! In her cakes Dinara prefers simple, plain geometric shapes like cubes, triangles and spheres, and she likes black, red and white and sharp straight lines. They all look so elegant! TIMESTAMPS: 0:01 - RASPBERRY BALLS CUBE CAKE; 0:19 - CAKE "ASTI"; 1:07 - BONBONS WITH PASSION FRUIT CONFIT AND CARAMEL; 2:05 - BALL, CUBE AND TRIANGLE COMPOSITION; 3:06 - BUBBLES WITH EXOTIC FRUIT; 4:13 - "PYRAMID WITH COCONUT" CAKE; 4:55 - LIME-BASIL TRIANGULATION CAKE; 5:44 - ALGORITHMIC MODELING CAKES; 6:43 - GEOMETRICAL KINETIC TARTS; 7:42 - PEAR-GOAT CHEESE CAKE; 8:01 - "STRAWBERRY-COCONUT" CAKE; 8:41 - "THE BALL" DESSERT; 9:09 - ORIGAMI CAKE; 10:01 - TORUS PASSION FRUIT CAKE; 10:17 - FOLDING CAKE INSPIRED BY PAPER ORIGAMI. Via: Dinara Kasko Music by Epidemic Sound: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to Now I've Seen Everything : Our Social Media: Facebook: Instagram: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- More articles:

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Creamy Vanilla & Chocolate Jelly - mysweetambitions

My name is Pamela aka MYsweetambitions, I am a stay at home mum raising two cute hyperactive kids :D I love to bake and I love to discover recipe, If I can't find a recipe online I usually create them. I try recipe and recreate recipe and If its worthy enough to be shared I do share them , I am a type who can't keep secret so I can guarantee you that what you see in the video is what the recipe I am sharing :D thank you so much for stopping by my channel and hope that you subscribe and like the video. 8 Holes Round Shape Silicone Cake Mold 3D Chocolate Candy Pudding Ice Mold Fondant Pastry Mould : 1 1/2 cups cream or 400 ml 1 can condensed milk 395 g 2 cups water 1 vanilla pod or 11/2 -2 tsp vanilla extract 6 tsp unflavoured gelatin 1/4 cup sugar For the chocolate jelly 3/4 cup dutch process cocoa or any cocoa (you can reduce the amount if you don't want the intense chocolate flavour 1 cup cream 1 can condensed milk 395 g 1 can evaporated milk 375 ml 2 cups water 1 tsp instant coffee 1/3 cup sugar 7 tsp unflavoured gelatin Optional for decoration only 1 cup cream 4 tbsp icing sugar 1 punnet of strawberry

Geometric Cakes

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