MAGIC DECOR PAVONI Magic Decor Icing Mix, Great for cake decorations

MAGIC DECOR PAVONI Magic Decor Icing Mix, Great for cake decorations

Fantastic item, well worth the money.

This is so good with molds so easy to use.

Magic Decor Icing Mix for making Edible Lace 500g – for use with Pavoni Lace Mats for creating edible lace Cake and Cupcake Decorations

  • Contains 500g, For use with Pavoni Lace Mats
  • Use with Magic Decor Lace Mats to create stunning cake decorations
  • Gorgeous for creating edible Wedding cake decoration
  • Allergy advice: Produced in a plant which also uses eggs, milk, nuts, cereals

Great price easy to use thanks.

But a lady told me to use this as it was a better product, well i couldn’t wait to try it. I recently went to a cake show and was after sugar veil, but a lady told me to use this as it was a better product, well i couldn’t wait to try it, and a few mishaps with it but it was only trying to get used to my oven as every oven is different, any way i carried on anfd the results are amazing i have to say, i wish i could show you a picture of what i made it is an unbelievable product, i loved it would repeat from this company, would highly recommend.

Very pretty everyone commented on the results. I find that leaving the mixture overnight makes it easier to remove.

Magic Decor Icing Mix for making Edible Lace 500g – for use with Pavoni Lace Mats for creating edible lace Cake and Cupcake Decorations : But a lady told me to use this as it was a better product, well i couldn’t wait to try it. I recently went to a cake show and was after sugar veil, but a lady told me to use this as it was a better product, well i couldn’t wait to try it, and a few mishaps with it but it was only trying to get used to my oven as every oven is different, any way i carried on anfd the results are amazing i have to say, i wish i could show you a picture of what i made it is an unbelievable product, i loved it would repeat from this company, would highly recommend.

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  1. This review is from : Magic Decor Icing Mix for making Edible Lace 500g – for use with Pavoni Lace Mats for creating edible lace Cake and Cupcake Decorations

    This is excellent value for money. Perfect for beginners to practice the art of edible lace making.
    1. This is excellent value for money. Perfect for beginners to practice the art of edible lace making.
  2. This review is from : Magic Decor Icing Mix for making Edible Lace 500g – for use with Pavoni Lace Mats for creating edible lace Cake and Cupcake Decorations

    An interesting learning curve. We made up a batch of half the suggested quantity of 100 grams of the powder, and instantly saw that mistake #1 was that the company suggest you make far more mix than you need to. Fortunately we were on a bit of a learning curve and ended up using the whole lot across a couple of days, to try and get the lace we wanted. If you add in gel colour as we did (it was all we had available; pavoni recommend some sort of powder colour that probably works a little better, but i want to be able to use what i’ve got in the cupboard) you’re going to need a bit more powder than they say. The mixture should be almost jellyish in consistency, not runny. We didn’t have this at first, but after leaving it overnight in the fridge it had thickened up about right. Day #1, runny consistency: we managed to produce a couple of sheets of lace in the oven but they were brittle to remove. Pavoni claims that ovening them gives them elasticity but we found the exact opposite to be true. This makes sense when you think about the fact that by applying intense heat you’re probably taking the moisture out of the mix, not adding to it. Ovening made the lace very brittle and not worth even attempting to remove from the mould nicely. We began experimenting with leaving to set in ambient conditions. Pavoni suggests 3 hours, but i think it very much depends on the mould you use. One of our moulds dried optimally after being left for 7 hours, and one was a little too brittle at the 7 hour mark, and would probably have been more successful if left for slightly less time. Again, it depends on the geometry of your mould – is there consistency in the depth of the mould?.
    1. An interesting learning curve. We made up a batch of half the suggested quantity of 100 grams of the powder, and instantly saw that mistake #1 was that the company suggest you make far more mix than you need to. Fortunately we were on a bit of a learning curve and ended up using the whole lot across a couple of days, to try and get the lace we wanted. If you add in gel colour as we did (it was all we had available; pavoni recommend some sort of powder colour that probably works a little better, but i want to be able to use what i’ve got in the cupboard) you’re going to need a bit more powder than they say. The mixture should be almost jellyish in consistency, not runny. We didn’t have this at first, but after leaving it overnight in the fridge it had thickened up about right. Day #1, runny consistency: we managed to produce a couple of sheets of lace in the oven but they were brittle to remove. Pavoni claims that ovening them gives them elasticity but we found the exact opposite to be true. This makes sense when you think about the fact that by applying intense heat you’re probably taking the moisture out of the mix, not adding to it. Ovening made the lace very brittle and not worth even attempting to remove from the mould nicely. We began experimenting with leaving to set in ambient conditions. Pavoni suggests 3 hours, but i think it very much depends on the mould you use. One of our moulds dried optimally after being left for 7 hours, and one was a little too brittle at the 7 hour mark, and would probably have been more successful if left for slightly less time. Again, it depends on the geometry of your mould – is there consistency in the depth of the mould?.

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