Simple Beach & Surf Cake

Simple Beach & Surf Cake

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Learn how to decorate a simple beach theme cake in this Simple Beach and Surf Cake tutorial. Chef Yener will show you easy ways to create a surfboard, seashell and a starfish with no special cutters or moulds.

Learn how to decorate a simple beach theme cake in this Simple Beach and Surf Cake tutorial. Chef Yener will show you easy ways to create a surfboard, seashell and a starfish with no special cutters or moulds.

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Simple Beach & Surf Cake Course Material

9 comments

  1. Deirdre Kettle says:

    beautiful result, will have to attempt this one after I try the other beach one (currently working on making the decorations) I noticed you used a different technique when making the shells, this one is simpler although now I have a shell mould that I can use repeatedly. think I prefer the starfish with the icing, will do that next time as they are now completed as done on the other tutorial. Will have to add an airbrush to my shopping list, Amazon love me these days ive been buying so many baking things lol. Can I just confirm that you add the icing sugar to the fondant in powder form or does it need to be mixed with water first??????? sorry if this is a silly question but im new to cake decorating.

  2. ELkoubi Emilie says:

    hello, I wanted to know how to do the royal icing for the waves? Thanks

  3. Francine - The Garden Baker says:

    Hello Chef Yener,
    Just wondering approximately how much icing sugar you would add to let’s say 100 grams of fondant to make it stronger, and why would you prefer to do that rather than adding a bit of tylose or CMC?
    Thank you so much!

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      If you asking about the fondant to make surf board I would say 20 % . If I want something quickly dry and let me to lift up ( like surf board)I will use icing sugar . If some thing need more time to work on than Tylose ( like figurines ) will be better.Thanks

  4. je merc says:

    I’d tried this one! Couple of details change like a paddle board instead of surf board! Loved it

  5. Margaret Brinkmann says:

    Lovely cake with great details. Your birthday greeting was done so beautifully! I wish I could do that!

  6. Francine Kotler Elfassy says:

    I imagine that with a variety of colours, oats + royal icing wold work well to make coral for an undersea cake theme.

  7. Francine Kotler Elfassy says:

    I love how you did the foam on the sea! Looks so realistic. I didn’t quite understand how you did the greenery, though. Did you say that you just mixed oats with royal icing and green colouring?

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      yes 100 g oats 75 g green royal icing .mix it till all oats covered with icing and spoon it over a plastic . let it dry for a day or 2

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