Liven up your wedding cakes with fresh flowers! Cake artist Jenny McCoy teaches you how to decorate five elegant cakes using a variety of beautiful blooms. Plus get her pro tips on balancing colors, maintaining food safety and more.
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.
Sink your teeth into current cake decorating trends! In the Man About Cake series, originally on YouTube, Joshua John Russell partners with Bluprint to deliver incredible tips for creating modern edible masterpieces. Each week, he decorates an original cake, shares his favorite recipes and gives pointers for designing like a pro.
These quick (and impressive) desserts are the perfect Halloween party treats. Follow along as cake artist Rachael Teufel shares creative ideas for autumn-themed chocolate bark as well as spooky mini cakes.
Re-create your favorite DC super heroes in the form of dazzling desserts! Join cookie artist and comic book fan Stephanie Kappel as she creates an array of character cookies for the ultimate super hero party. Whether you're an experienced decorator or just love comics, you'll find something sweet to sink your teeth into.
Grab the kids and master the basics of cake decorating alongside the Man About Cake himself, Joshua John Russell, and his trusty sidekick, Gus the Sock Puppet. Together, they’ll teach you the skills you need to create a radical rainbow birthday cake. And, you’ll get tips and inspiration for your next cake creation.
Add some sparkling magic to your desserts—without adding any synthetics. These natural sprinkles are made with plant-based food colors derived from concentrated vegetables. The set includes orange, green, pink, purple, white, yellow, and rainbow, for a prismatic spectrum of sweetness!
Make any day feel like autumn with this lovely silicone mold from Karen Davies. Complete with two maple leaves, berries, a bare branch and a sprig, it’s perfect for fall weddings, Halloween treats, rustic cakes and woodland-themed creations.
Step up your sweets with with this versatile silicone mold. Not only is it flexible and durable, but also freezer, microwave and oven safe. Use it for baking, mousse, chocolate and more — the possibilities are endless!
Gimme some brains! For those who love the gorier side of Halloween (or are just really into The Return of the Living Dead), you can make cupcakes that any zombie would love to munch on. And it's all done with simple piping!
This spooky season, celebrate with a classic Halloween staple: ghosts! The best ones are obviously made of cake (hello, you can actually eat them), and they're incredibly easy to make — even if you've never tried forming different shapes. Get ready to have a scary good time!
It doesn't get much cuter than these zoo-tastic animal cookies! Learn to build four critters, then play around with candy melts and cookies to create your own special take on your favorite furry friend.
Nope, we're not talking about that kind of fruit cake. These beauties are covered in buttercream and, in one case, potato chips! Whip one up for your next backyard party and get ready for the "tricked ya!" jokes and "so cute!" compliments to roll in.
This cake looks like it was painted with magic. And it kind of is — if you consider candy melts magical. Brush stroke cakes are all the rage right now, and it's a technique you're gonna want to use on all your frosted creations.
It’s hard to beat a warm summer night spent stargazing, but this cake sure comes close! So once you put the telescope down, dig into this design that features a dark-blue ombre finish and the prettiest piped designs.
We're all for getting your hands dirty (or in this case, coated in sugar). Getting all up in it is the best way to master any new skill. But there are some lessons that you really don’t need to learn the hard way. So we asked a few professional decorators to spill the secrets they wish they’d known from the get-go.