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How to – Ice a Cake Like a Pastry Chef

Create a cake that looks like you bought it at a cake at a high-end bake shop! You will see a short ad before the video starts. Thanks for your patience. The ads help me pay the bills so I can keep creating new recipes for you!

Equipment used: Offset spatula, bench scraper, cake turntable, silcone spatulacardboard cake rounds.

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Joanna

Monday 25th of January 2021

Beautiful

Rebekah Short

Friday 13th of March 2020

No video, no ad either. No links except something about an egg muffin or a chocolate chip cookie cake.

Eileen Gray

Saturday 14th of March 2020

Hi Rebekah, if you have an ad blocker on the video won't run.

Eliane

Tuesday 29th of October 2019

Adorei esse fondant enrolado,salvou meu dia!! Muito obrigado

adri

Thursday 12th of July 2018

Hey there! Your blog posts have been priceless for a geeky novice like myself, so thank you for your hard work and clear explanations! I was wondering if you knew whether some issue exists with the video links? I've been trying to watch your video on frosting like a pastry chef, but whenever I click on it I'm either taken back to the page with the cake recipe or straight back here. :o Either way, thanks a ton!

Eileen

Thursday 12th of July 2018

I Adri. Where are you clicking? If you are on the page where you commented the video should be running at the top of the page if on desktop and at the bottom if on mobile. There is an ad that runs before the video. They're usually a few seconds long and you should see a note at the bottom of the video that it is an advertisement. Are you on mobile or desktop? I can see the video on both.