Have you seen our new Pillow Pan Set and wondered how to ice the cakes? In our latest videos, I’ll show you how easy it is to ice, assemble and even cover a pillow cake with rolled fondant. Don’t be intimidated by the sleek look of a pillow cake. You’ll be surprised how easy it is to create a romantic tiered cake!
Covering the Basics: How to Bake, Ice and Cover a Pillow Pan CakeSeptember 11th, 2010 by Mary Gavenda
Mary is a Senior Cake Decorator at Wilton. She started her cake decorating career as one of the first Wilton Method teachers in the Chicago area, teaching at various Sears, Montgomery Wards and JCPenney stores and earned her place in the Wilton Hall of Fame. As a cake decorator in the Decorating Room, she creates the cakes for photography used on new labels and packaging and in all Wilton publications. Mary also teaches the Introduction to Gum Paste Class at The Wilton School. Mary is a member of The International Cake Exploration Societé (ICES), an organization promoting the art of food and cake decorating throughout the world. She has served as Illinois State Representative, Past ICES Vice President and Corresponding Secretary during her 3-year term on the ICES Board of Directors. She is still active in the organization.