ready rolled icing

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queen jean

ready rolled icing

what is the best way to get my ready rolled icing on my cakes nice and smooth and even ready to decorate it .i know there is a special gadget out there.but i havent got one so i make do mostly just with my hands to smooth it ,but just cant get it as i would like .any ideas please would be big help to me.

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Kayb

Icing roller

If you can't get the specialist rolling pin thing in a cookery equipment shop (Lakeland, cucina etc.) Pop down to Home Base or B&Q and get yourself a small 'J Roller' they are used mainly for rolling out the air from laminates and wallpaper, but come in handy for all sorts of other things.
Karen

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queen jean

ready rolled icing

thanks so much for that tip will go and get one this weekend and give it ago .im sure it will help me

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linda1

cake smoothers

I wonder if you are thinking of cake smoothers. They are fantastic for getting your icing really really smooth. You need two, one to hold the side of the cake and one to smooth the icing. They are also more hygenic than smoothing the cake with your hands. They can be bought from any cake shop or Amazon.

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queen jean

cake smoothers

does anyone know how much cake smoothers cost reckon i need two then ,

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linda1

cake smoothers

Lakeland sell them for about £5. I wouldn't be without mine. you can achieve such a smooth finish.

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queen jean

cake smoothers

thanks il try and buy myself 2 then,think im gonna need a pair of them cos im realy wanting to get a smooth finish ,and at the mo im not getting the finish as i would like

 
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