Edible Cake Lace Recipe and Tutorials
Here are a few Edible Cake Lace Recipe and Tutorials. Edible sugar lace has been the trend for the last few years in cake decorating and it ain't going away anytime soon. These are known by many names cake lace, sugar lace, edible lace, dress lace they are all the same. You can buy these commercially and you can even make these at home using an edible sugar lace recipe.
In this post, I'm going link you to the best sugar lace recipes and tutorials you are ever going to need. How to make it? how to use it? and a few frequently asked questions about it.
Homemade Edible Cake Lace Recipe by Veena Azmanov
How to make Sugar lace with Three Main Ingredients -My Little Bakery
If you have royal icing then you can make cake lace with just three ingredients.
How to use Edible Cake Lace on your cake - Tutorial by Man about Cakes
How to make and use commercial Cake Lace
If you buy readymade cake lace - this is how you make and use the famous brand Cake Lace
Homemade Edible Sugar Lace Recipe by Chef Ashish Kumar
How To Make Edible Sugar Lace by Adoniya Academy
3 Ingredient Homemade Sugar Lace Recipe | Baking Savvy
How to make EDIBLE LACE | Sugarella Sweets by Liliana da Silva
Sugar Lace: How To Make Icing Lace In Minutes by Cake Craft World
3 Simple Ingredients Lace | No Tylose | Eggless by Sweet Art Of Cake
Frequently asked questions
Yes. Make sure to let the buttercream dry off so the lace color won't bleed and the moisture won't melt the sugar lace.
Then apply a light coat of piping gel or edible glue on the buttercream. Place the lace to the buttercream. You have a 2 to 3 minutes window where you can move and reposition the lace. After that, you risk tearing or stretching the lace.
Apply a light coat of piping gel or edible glue on the buttercream. Wipe off any excess. Attach the lace to the buttercream. You have a 2 to 3 minutes window where you can move and reposition the lace. After that, you risk tearing or stretching the lace.
Away from moisture and air.
Place each lace in between two parchment papers then place in a cardboard box
If wrapped well, edible sugar lace can last a few month at room temperature.
You can store a buttercream or fondant cake with sugar lace in the fridge.
But, do not store prepare lace in the fridge as condensation will melt sugar lace with the excess moisture.
You can find lots of inspiration for cakes with sugar lace on this Pinterest board. Sugar lace looks wonderful on any celebration cakes. From simple single tier cakes to elegant multi-tiered cakes