Desserts
Now it's time to stack your individual tiers and build your cake. Rachael discusses sticking points and shares troubleshooting tips to make sure it all comes together seamlessly.
See how easy it is to create realistic concrete texture with Rachael's grated fondant technique. Then, learn to make gorgeous ganache drip accents painted with a vibrant shimmer.
Want to add some drama to your cake? Find out how to use gum paste and modeling chocolate to create dramatic shadow patterns.
Get started by planning out your cake, from the base structure to the internal workings that make the magical pour-through possible.
Finish off your cake with stunning (and edible) wafer paper flowers! Rachael shares her secrets to designing and coloring lifelike orchids.
Ready to push your limits and impress party guests with an over-the-top cake design you can't find anywhere else? This wow-worthy wedding cake by Rachael Teufel has interior pipes so you can pour champagne (or other drinks) through it! Rachael shows you how to build it step by step, along with other eye-catching cake decor. Now you can have your cake and sip from it, too.
Rachael Teufel
Rachael Teufel
Make your favorite pie even sweeter by putting it in a chocolate crust! All you do is substitute a portion of flour that traditional pie dough recipes call for with cocoa powder. Seriously — it's that easy.
Jessie Oleson Moore
If you find crustless pie highly offensive, we've got good news: you can turn pie crust into cookies that are good for munching all day long.
Jessie Oleson Moore
There are three types of pie crusts: traditional pastry dough crusts, gluten-free crusts and crumb crusts. Traditional and gluten-free crusts definitely have their place at the dessert table, but crumb crusts are quick, the flavors are customizable and they're the best choice for pies that require blind baking.
Nicole Weston
Going gluten-free for your pie crust is surprisingly simple — maybe even more simple than making traditional pie crusts. Because with traditional crusts, you need to let it rest before you roll it out. But with an all-purpose gluten-free flour blend (which you can easily find at Trader Joe's and other grocery stores), you can go directly from the mixing bowl to the pie plate. Talk about a time-saver!
Nicole Weston
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