I am constantly referring people on the Wilton.com forum to videos on your site. (The ones referred most often are "Cake Construction" and "How to cover a cake with fondant using The Mat". ) New bakers have SO many questions and your videos hit the cake nail right on the head!
I began cake decorating at the age of 56 with the first of the Wilton classes at my local Michaels store. Like many others, it has turned into a passion. I have spent hundreds of hours online learning and videos like those from Sweetwise, Inc. are a blessing.
(p.s. I bought The Mat, but haven't used it yet--I'm looking forward to my next fondant cake!)
Use for making candy centers and icings. Directions: Easy Cream Center: 1 lb. Dry Fondant, 2 TBLS Milk or Whipping Cream, 6 TBLS Butter or Margarine. Warm liquid and butter on stove top. Stir the Dry Fondant into the mixture, then knead with your hands. Flavor and color as desired. Shelf Life: 1 year if kept in cool, low humidty environment. Note: This product is prepared and packaged using machines that may come into contact with wheat/gluten, eggs, dairy or dairy products, peanuts, soy, tree nuts.
A reduced-calorie sweetener used for making hard candy. This product can be used to make the edible jems, pulled sugar, blown sugar and as a sugar substitute in baking. High resistance to humidity and will not crystallize. If no color added, the candy hardens clear. Shelf Life: 36 Months
Easy Royal Icing Mix; Only mix as much as you need! Mix at low speed with hand mixer or by hand with a rubber spatula, 1 lb. of mix and 5 Tablespoons water, beat until icing stands in peaks. Flavor and color as desired. Picture or Flow Icing: Add 1 Tablespoon water of each 1/2 cup of Royal Icing prepared as above. Shelf Life: 1 year if kept in cool, low humidity environment. Note: This product is prepared and packaged using machines that may come into contact with wheat/gluten, eggs, dairy or dairy products, peanuts, soy, tree nuts. Net Weight: 16 oz.