Buttercream Rose Petal Cake – Buttercream Rose Cake
A buttercream rose petal cake or petal cake is a fun cake to make for a quick and simple birthday celebration cake. The technique is simple but a little time consuming. However once you start with it – it really does to quick and easy.
I made this cake for lovely Jenella. Her husband wanted to celebrate her 30th birthday with a small simple cake.
A little how I did this cake.
- Cake Size – This is a 7″ round –
- Cake Flavor –I’m using my Light and fluffy Vanilla cake but you can use any of my recipes from my recipe collection
- Frosting – I’ve use Swiss Meringue Buttercream but my Velvet American Buttercream or Italian Meringue works just as well.
I love using Swiss Meringue buttercream for piping such designs. It’s really delicious, less sweeter than my Velvet American Buttercream (which again is perfect for piping) but SMBC also has a glossy look which I love!!
- Technique – The method is really simple – Pipe a dot with a round tip (I used Wilton 12)
- then use a spatula or the back of a teaspoon and pull the dot outwards.
- To make it more simple you can just pipe a dot… but before you release you pull the dot into a tail.
- Personally I like the little dip you get in each petal with the sptula
You can do this on the whole cake or just as a border. I did the whole cake of course.
Just pipe dots from top to bottom like so and use a spatula or back of your teaspoon to press the dots like so.
Piping the next row is again dependent on the effect you want. Closer looks a lot different than the dots piped far apart.
Play with it and have fun
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