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After receiving multiple questions regarding my Hands & Nail Care Routine, I’ve decided to create this tutorial and a NEW CHANNEL to share with all of you my beauty routine secrets . I hope you all like it and hopefully some of this tips will help you out to keep you looking and feeling your best.
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Over time I’ve been asked to reveal my Blueberry scone recipe; friends and family always asked me what’s my secret to make them so nicely soft, well I’ve decided to make this tutorial to teach you how to achieve perfectly baked blueberry scones with lemon glaze. I’m sure you will fall in love once you try them.
Buttercream is a sweet, sugary substance used for frosting cakes, as well as making decorations. You can create many designs using only a spatula, though there are many tools designed to spread the frosting into predetermined patterns. Each use has a particular consistency of frosting that is necessary to successfully complete your project. For this reason, its important to be familiar with the different consistencies of buttercream frosting, and how to achieve them. These techniques apply to cupcakes equally as well as to cakes.
The incorrect consistency may result in unsatisfactory performance, as well as hindering your ability to create intended decorations. Fortunately, most errors in preparation (such as adding the wrong amount of milk) are easily remedied.
There are 3 types of Buttercream consistency: Stiff, Medium and Thin.
Royal icing is a firm-textured icing that has a long shelf life and a matte finish. Its stability makes royal icing perfect for decorating cookies, cakes etc. The icing can be made with a base of either whipped egg whites or meringue powder. I prefer working with meringue powder for hygenic and food safety reasons. Royal icing may also be used to create flowers and decorations which can be dried and applied at your liesure, making it quite versatile. The ability to prepare docorations days in advance is a serious boon to time management. Royal icing may also be used to “fill in” the top surface of a cookie, or as a cement to hold decorations in place.