Hi Flour girl,
I thought about your question, the thin glaze might drip down as you are applying it. How about maybe, do not make it too thin, but apply it on the cake using a pastry brush, then when done, dust then with a little bit of powdered sugar which would make it look like Christmas tree w/ snow on them. Please show us.
I think that would be great! Should I glaze while the cake is still warm? Do I dust with confectioner’s sugar while the glaze is wet?
I will definitely post pics.
No do not apply glaze while warm nor add powered sugar while wet. If warm, glaze will thin out and drip, wet will dissolve the powdered sugar .. color you glaze green.. you can also use Wiltons green candy melts,.
Prettycake, thank you so very much! You actually saved the day for me.
I was displeased, to put it mildly, with the bundt cake I baked today. Despite greasing, flouring and then spraying, the crust was far from perfect. The details were fuzzy and the tips of the trees were missing.
I didn’t know if I was looking at trees or 4 pair of bo0bs!
So I followed your instructions and glazed the cake after it had cooled. I first dusted it for crumbs then layered the glaze until the imperfections were not evident. After a while I dusted with confectioner’s sugar.
What a transformation! It’s far from perfect but I am very pleased with the final result.
Sending big thank-you’s to you!! I really appreciate your help