Minecraft Cake Recipe tutorial 3D by Ann Reardon How To Cook That

Welcome to howtocookthat.net, I’m Ann Reardon.
Today I’m going to show you how to make a minecraft cake and snacks to go with it for
a minecraft party. If you’re not familiar with minecraft it’s a game where you go round
and create and build and explore a whole massive world. To start with you’re going to need to bake
the actual cake and cover it in buttercream icing. If you look in the description below
the video there is a link to the blog where you’ll find the recipes for the cake and buttercream
icing. To smooth out your buttercream, take some
paper towel and put it on the cake and use a fondant smoother over the top to gently
smooth off each side. Then remove the paper towel and repeat that on each side of the
cube. To make the corners nice and sharp, place some paper towel on top of the cube
and put a book or something flat resting on top of it, then use some paper towel on the
fondant smoother and the sides to smooth right into those corners. Next you are going to need to color your fondant
into four different color browns, light grey and some different colored greens. If you’ve
not worked with fondant before then you can watch the video on fondant basics, I’ll link
to that one at the end of this one. Put some baking paper over the top of the template
and roll out your fondant to the size of the white square. Sticky tape the baking paper
to the bench so that it doesn’t move and then trim off any excess edges so you can see your
blue guideline the whole way around. Then using the lines in that blue section as a
guide, cut your fondant using a pizza cutter into long, straight strips. I find it easiest
to use a second piece of plastic sheeting to cover the strips that are already cut so
that they didn’t lift up as you run the pizza cutter down. Once you’ve done all the strips
you need to turn the fondant around and repeat the process to cut them into squares. If you
find that your fondant is starting to stick the pizza cutter then you just need to wash
and dry the blade really well. Next take a fresh sheet of baking paper and
place it over the template. Rub some Crisco or butter or margarine in a thin layer all
over the paper, and this is going to help the fondant squares to stay in place exactly
where you put them. Then take some paper towel and wipe off any excess. Sticky tape your
baking paper to the bench making sure you line up one edge of your baking paper with
one edge of the white square. Then start placing your brown squares into place mixing the different
colors together and using a ruler to straighten up your sides. Once you get near to the top
of your template you’re going to need to add some green squares there as well. Once you’ve
completely finished brush the fondant with a little water. This helps them to stick to
each other and it’s also going to help them to stick to the cake. Slide your baking paper
onto something thin but firm and then use that to lift it up and line up the bottom
edge of your fondant with the base of the cake then carefully tilt it up and push it
into position and use your fondant smoother to smooth it in place. Then slowly and carefully
peel off your baking paper being especially careful with the squares at the edges. To cover the top of your cake, don’t put any
water on those green fondant squares. Just place a piece a cardboard on top and flip
it over so the fondant is resting on the board. Line up one edge and then slide the board
out from underneath it and gently peel off your baking paper. Then you need to do your other remaining three
sides. After that if you’ve got any patience left you can use your leftover fondant squares
to decorate small cubes of cake or your honeycomb chocolate coated pieces.


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