Snowflake minimal cake decorating

by - 4:28 PM

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Lazy cake decorating Inspired by the flour pattern on a loaf of bread at King Arthur’s bakery.

Here’s how I made my pattern for this cake.

 

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I started out making a square from a regular 8.5x11 sheet of paper.

 

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Next I folded it in half diagonally and then in thirds. The half part is easy, the then in thirds is something I just guess at and hope I get it right the first time.

Then snip off the extra. I’m making a basic hexagon to start.

 

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I then fold it in half again. I drew out some random shapes to cut. I have no idea what it’ll look like! I never do, it’s always a surprise.

 

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Uh, weird , I don’t really like it.

 

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So I made another one with what I hope to be more like stars in the cut outs.

 

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I like it, I’ve spent enough time snipping paper!

I center it on the cake

 

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Add a spoon or two of powdered sugar

 

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in the sifter, the sifter that I never use for anything but this.

 

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Now just take the pattern off carefully and that’s it.

 

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Please don’t ask about the cake, it came out waay “too healthy”.

 

 

 

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