Read the blog post here: http://cookiescupcakesandcardio.com/?p=5630 See how to decorate this cake: http://youtu.be/a-1YDNLiY9k Learn how to skittles poke cake with skittles buttercream in…
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How sweet is the cake with the skittles melted into it? Looks amazing, and
I think my hubby wants this cake for his birthday, but oh man my teeth hurt
watching the video… Lol… Great tutorial!!
WHERE THE HELL DID YOU FIND THE BLUE SKITTLES
This is my favourite channel love her and her videos so much
Yeah she slooks like she has a cupcake addiction.
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Thank You for the tutorial!
I love your vidoes and is your name jen or jemm
i liked this video because you say syrup like me
What kind of skittles do you use?
Don’t the syrups make the cake a bit wet/mushy??
GROSS!!!! THIS IS NASTY!!!!! THIS VIDEO IS HARD TO WATCH!!!! XP! no thank
Christ. Such an amazing cake. If I ever want to die in my sleep I’ll just
make one of these to stop my heart haha.
WOW! FUN IDEA!!!
That’s just an angel food cake.
Pourrait-il y avoir une traduction en français ? Sinon le gâteau a l’air
We’re in the middle of making the cake right now, can’t wait to eat it!
Can you make it with M&M’s??
The waxy substance is actually carnauba wax. It’s the last step in the
panning process. It gives the skittle a shine and also keeps the color from
getting on your hands.
Your missed won’t play nice with you your lucked then me cos mine is never
working!!!! No fair I’ll get it
Haha you did it perfectly, I failed :D
That cake looks absolutely gorgeous Jen. I was just wondering, in your
opinion which is best for making buttercream….proper butter, or
margarine? I’m sure the answer is in the name so to speak, teehee. But
I’ve seen some recipes that say you can use either butter or margarine.
Personally, I’ve ever made it with margarine but was just wondering what
you think is best and why would some recipes for buttercream say you can
use either or? Thanks Jen. Lee xx
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