How do you use Pettinice icing?

Instructions for use Remove icing from foil and knead on a clean flat surface dusted with icing sugar or cornflour. Roll out to desired thickness. Brush cake with a sugar syrup or apricot jam thinned with boiling water. Place rolled icing on the cake and smooth down gently.

Is Pettinice icing the same as fondant?

Whether you call it Pettinice, Fondant or sugar paste – they are all the same. Made up of icing sugar, glucose, gelatin, vegetable fat and water. Pettinice has many wonderful decorating abilities. It is used to cover cakes, make flowers and icing novelties.

What is Pettinice icing?

PETTINICE ICING is a world renowned ready prepared covering for cakes and is suitable for making sugar plaques, modelling, celebration cakes, etc. The superior quality of PETTINICE ICING allows a correctly covered cake to last for months, even years.

Can you freeze Pettinice?

This finish can be used in the same way as other buttercreams, ie: as a topping, filling or for piping.,,FREEZE-THAW INSTRUCTIONS,,This produce has excellent freeze-thaw properties.

What do you put on a cake before icing?

Melt 1/2 cup jelly, jam, or preserves with 1 Tbs. water until thin and smooth. Strain the warmed mixture into a small bowl and brush a thin layer onto the cake to seal the surface. Let it sit for 5 to 10 minutes to set up before applying the finish frosting.

Is Pettinice fondant halal?

Ready to Roll fondant from Bakels NZ. Pettinice is Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Vegetarian, Halal & Kosher.

Can you cover an ice cream cake with fondant?

I’ve done it with fondant when the ice cream cake is deep DEEP frozen, but even then you have to work very quickly and use fondant that is thicker than I prefer to deal with the ridges and imperfections in the ice cream’s surface.

When should I glaze a cake?


  1. Be sure the cake is cooled completely before applying a glaze with a thin consistency.
  2. If the glaze has to stand for a while to wait for the cake to cool, place the bowl of glaze into a bowl of warm water to prevent it from thickening and to keep it from starting to set up.

Should I put cake in fridge after icing?

If you made a cake that won’t be served for a few days, cover and refrigerate your cake. Lastly, if your cake includes a fresh fruit filling or topping, or has a frosting made with whipped cream or mascarpone, cover and refrigerate it until you are ready to serve.