Do you love sprinkles in your birthday cake? Was the classic Pillsbury Funfetti cake mix your very favorite? Funfetti cakes were a staple of childhood birthday parties, but I haven't had one in a long time — probably because I don't really use boxed cake mixes anymore. I realized, though, that it is still a snap to make a Funfetti cake. Just add sprinkles!
Italian Buttercream - This is the frosting that you'll find on many wedding cakes. Its silky texture is unparalleled, it pipes like a dream, and can be flavored and colored in as many ways as you can imagine. While it takes a little time to make, it fre.
Royal Icing 102 . . . or 201 . . . or whatever comes after 101
Royal Icing: This "stiff" icing is perfect for outlining and even for building gingerbread houses and monogramming. To fill in your cookies, add water to your icing a teaspoon at a time, stirring with a rubber spatula, until it is the consistency of syrup. This technique of filling a cookie with thinned icing is called "flooding."