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Coloring Icing

When coloring your icing it can be fun with a color wheel. A color wheel shows you what colors when combined make the color you want for your party cake. One example is when you mix purple and yellow you get “Taupe” which is a light brown color. Who would have thought that two colors so far from light brown would come to that end result?

Coloring Icing

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Cutting Soft Foods

Cutting Soft Foods

Use a floss to cut soft foods without damaging it, It works well on bread and things like rolls/


red velvet sandwich cookies

red velvet sandwich cookies

Use good aluminum cookie sheets. Make sure they are cool when you apply cookie dough. Cookie dough should be cold in refriderator to help it from spreading. Always check 1-2 mins before allowed time in recipe. Aluminum cook faster and better.



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