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The Right Technique makes all the difference in your bakery and in your profits. We love sharing new ideas and all our Design Right tips here and on our YouTube page. Tell us what you think and we’ll feature your ideas in future videos.

Find the latest Flavor Right dessert ideas, topped right & finished right with the perfect mix of Flavor Right.


BLACK RUSSIAN CAKE

Coffee and chocolate! It’s a grown-up’s dream cake made with our buttercream-style Custom Ice..

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MAPLE BACON CAKE

Bacon isn’t just for breakfast anymore! Paired with maple flavor, it’s the perfect dessert version of pancakes & bacon.

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LADY BUFFALO CAKE

Coconut and pecans give a delicious crunchy-chewy finish to this smooth cake that’s party-ready.

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New Whipped Buttercream-Style Icing
Blends smoothly with flavors, sweeteners & colors

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Everything is better with frosting on it! Every Friday, we will take the best images and celebrate the ultimate feats of frosting with a simple post feature, we call #FrostingFridays 

Here is our friend Kim with Oteris Italian Bakery in Philadelphia, PA! Kim is holding one of their Famous Chocolate Mousse Cakes, now that is a chocolate dream! This visit sure was sweet, we are already looking forward to next time!

Everything is better with frosting on it! Every Friday, we will take the best images and celebrate the ultimate feats of frosting with a simple post feature, we call #FrostingFridays

Here is our friend Kim with Oteri's Italian Bakery in Philadelphia, PA! Kim is holding one of their Famous Chocolate Mousse Cakes, now that is a chocolate dream! This visit sure was sweet, we are already looking forward to next time!
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Congratulations to our 2018 Flavor Right Icing Funds GRAND PRIZE WINNER, kake korner in Laurel, MD!

Below is an excerpt from the incredible, prize-winning story of overcoming adversity and never giving up on making a dream come true:

Having come from an abusive childhood, I tried several things to distract me from the issues around me. I got involved in 4-H clubs where I learned to bake and sew. I liked it, but quickly grew interested in other things. I was the oldest girl in the family so I had to cook for everyone as both of my parents worked – I experimented with different baked goods to try to please the family. Eventually I took some small jobs with some local caterers and was always fascinated by the big cakes and the grand displays. Unfortunately, or maybe fortunately, at the age of 16 I got pregnant. I became a wife and mother and a victim of domestic violence by the age of 17. One day while visiting with my mother-in-law, my sweet sister-in-law came over with a cake for her one year old that she had baked and decorated. It was so cute and perfect and sooooo delicious. So, I asked her if I could have her recipe and she gladly gave it to me. I was then inspired to learn to decorate. I felt like if she could do it so could I. I taught myself the basics and made a few cakes for friends and relatives that they loved. 

After an almost fatal altercation with my husband, I was homeless with a child at the age of 19 and full of determination to make it big with my cakes. After a few months, I finally got my own apartment and started baking and decorating while holding down two jobs. Eventually everyone started wanting me to make their cakes. Mostly for the taste Im sure, as the designs were amateur but got better and better. I eventually branched out and did wedding cakes and then started my own business as a bridal consultant and party planner through which I offered my services for the cake. That helped me contact caterers who eventually contracted me to do their wedding cakes. Being a single parent, I had to do whatever I could to keep a roof over our heads and food on the table and cakes on the side was working out for me. 

As the years and numerous jobs passed, while still growing my cake business in my home, I met a man who I married and bought a house about 30 miles away. I thought I would lose most of my customers but didn’t. The business actually grew even more, until about 12 years later when I outgrew my house and started looking for a bakery for sale. Within a week I found the perfect place and struck a deal with the owner and I took a big leap and went from 3 simultaneous jobs in the food and cake industry to owning, running and managing this full-time cake operation. I still have to pinch myself sometimes to believe that I have come this far, only by the Grace of God.

- Diane White
Owner, Kake Korner

Congratulations to our 2018 Flavor Right Icing Funds GRAND PRIZE WINNER, kake korner in Laurel, MD!

Below is an excerpt from the incredible, prize-winning story of overcoming adversity and never giving up on making a dream come true:

"Having come from an abusive childhood, I tried several things to distract me from the issues around me. I got involved in 4-H clubs where I learned to bake and sew. I liked it, but quickly grew interested in other things. I was the oldest girl in the family so I had to cook for everyone as both of my parents worked – I experimented with different baked goods to try to please the family. Eventually I took some small jobs with some local caterers and was always fascinated by the big cakes and the grand displays. Unfortunately, or maybe fortunately, at the age of 16 I got pregnant. I became a wife and mother and a victim of domestic violence by the age of 17. One day while visiting with my mother-in-law, my sweet sister-in-law came over with a cake for her one year old that she had baked and decorated. It was so cute and perfect and sooooo delicious. So, I asked her if I could have her recipe and she gladly gave it to me. I was then inspired to learn to decorate. I felt like if she could do it so could I. I taught myself the basics and made a few cakes for friends and relatives that they loved.

After an almost fatal altercation with my husband, I was homeless with a child at the age of 19 and full of determination to make it big with my cakes. After a few months, I finally got my own apartment and started baking and decorating while holding down two jobs. Eventually everyone started wanting me to make their cakes. Mostly for the taste I'm sure, as the designs were amateur but got better and better. I eventually branched out and did wedding cakes and then started my own business as a bridal consultant and party planner through which I offered my services for the cake. That helped me contact caterers who eventually contracted me to do their wedding cakes. Being a single parent, I had to do whatever I could to keep a roof over our heads and food on the table and cakes on the side was working out for me.

As the years and numerous jobs passed, while still growing my cake business in my home, I met a man who I married and bought a house about 30 miles away. I thought I would lose most of my customers but didn’t. The business actually grew even more, until about 12 years later when I outgrew my house and started looking for a bakery for sale. Within a week I found the perfect place and struck a deal with the owner and I took a big leap and went from 3 simultaneous jobs in the food and cake industry to owning, running and managing this full-time cake operation. I still have to pinch myself sometimes to believe that I have come this far, only by the Grace of God."

- Diane White
Owner, Kake Korner
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You go girl, and don’t stop !!

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Congratulations 🎈🎊🎉!!

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Merry Christmas 🎄🎁!!

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MixMasters | Fresh Spin on Decorating Ice Cream Cakes
#CAKEALERT Baby it's cold outside... but Thursday 12/13 is #NationalIceCreamDay! Did you know you can use pre-whipped Whip 'n Ice to decorate your ice cream cake? Check out this #MixMasters video for some tips on how to quickly decorate before the ice cream melts!

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MixMasters | Fresh Spin on Holiday Donuts
Get creative this holiday seasion with fun donut characters, like these festive snowmen! Custom Ice makes a great donut glaze – check out this #MixMasters video to learn how to make it.

And share your own custom donut creations with us in the comments below!

#Snowmen #HappyHolidays #Donuts #DonutSnowmen #DonutGlaze #LetItSnow
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