• Helen Dissell

FLOWER PASTE

This paste is user friendly to humid climates and holds its shape well despite weather conditions when using Sugarartcreations tylose powder. It can be rolled tissue paper thin and does not  break easily.


Ingredients: –  stiff peak royal icing made from one egg white and sifted icing sugar – Tylose powder Superior grade (Sugarartcreations)


Solidified vegetable oil or copha.


Method: 1. Mix a stiff peak royal icing from 1 egg white.

2. Add 2 rounded teaspoons of Tylose powder and mix through well.

3. Wash hands and put 1 rounded teaspoon of Copha into your hands and work paste thoroughly for at least five minutes on a silicone mat or in your hands.

4. It may be a good idea to mix two individual golf size balls separately to facilitate easier blending.

5. Wrap in cling wrap and then a zip lock plastic bag and  store in an airtight container.

6. It does not need to be kept in the fridge but if not using for a period of time then it can be refrigerated or frozen. Always bring to room temperature before using.


Helens Sugar Art Tip…


Please note that this paste will not work if it is not worked in the making process. It will have no stretch if you do not work it well. 


This paste is user friendly to humid climates and holds its shape well despite weather conditions when using Sugarartcreations tylose powder .It can be rolled tissue paper thin and does not  break easily.

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