Fault Line Cakes – Torn Buttercream (Recipes and Tutorials)
The new amazing tread in cakes is these fault line cake also known as torn buttercream cakes. Quick simply it is a buttercream cake with a cracked or exposed layer of naked cake in between. The crack can be designed with sprinkles, macarons, or better yet left naked for a rustic look.
Have you seen the recent trend with fault line cakes? These are almost everywhere and going viral. It started off with some really simple designs but some of the recent ones just blew my mind. So I thought I must share these with you.
Cake Recipes for Fault line cakes
The best part? There is no special recipe for this cake. You can use any cake recipe you want. Go ahead and choose your favorite cake recipe to bake. Here are some of my favorite layer cakes.
- Caramel Apple Cake with Caramel Buttercream
- Classic Gingerbread Cake with Vanilla Buttercream and Ganache
- Red Velvet Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting (oil-based cake)
- Best Red Velvet Cake with Italian Meringue Buttercream (Butter-based cake)
- Best Butterscotch Cake with Swiss Meringue Buttercream
- Moist Strawberry Cake with Velvet American Buttercream (oil-based cake)
- One Bowl Vanilla Cake – Naked Cake
- One Bowl Chocolate Cake – Naked Cake
- Earl Grey Cake with Italian Meringue Buttercream
- Simple Moist Chocolate Cake with American Buttercream
- Moist Strawberry Cream Cake with Whipped Cream
- Fresh Strawberry Cake with Swiss meringue Buttercream
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Filling and frosting for the fault line cakes
- Best Strawberry Buttercream Frosting
- Best Buttercream for piping buttercream flowers
- Best Buttercream for Russian piping tips
- French Buttercream Frosting
- German Buttercream Frosting
- American Buttercream Frosting
- Vanilla Buttercream Frosting
- Chocolate Buttercream Frosting
- Swiss Meringue Buttercream Frosting
- Italian Meringue Buttercream Frosting
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Fault Line Cake Tutorials
By Man about cake.
I think this wedding cake design is the easiest one because you bake all four cakes layers the same size. Fill the sprinkles in the center, then buttercream the top and bottom around the cake and paint the edges gold –
By – Cakes by Lynz & I love cakes
This rosette fault line Cake Pink and cream one uses 2 x 6-inch cakes and the 2 x 5-inch cakes. Stack the two 6 inch cakes with the two 5 inch cakes in between. Fill the gab with piped buttercream rosettes and then add more buttercream to create the fault line effect. Finally, paint the edges with gold.
By Liliana de Silva
This one is with Rock Candy. A very pretty and this one uses the same method of two 6 inch cakes stacked with two 5-inch cake in between then fill the gap with rock candy
12 Fault line Cakes for inspiration
The above cakes were found on Pinterest for Inspiration. Some of the cakes have been credited to their original artists. If you know the name of the artist whose cakes are not credited above – please let me know in the comments so I can update the post with the proper credit link. Thanks