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Cake lovers have been enchanted with Mirror Glaze cakes for a couple of years, ever since stunning creations made a splash on Instagram. This post is sponsored by International Delight. Mini chocolate mousse cakes on a brownie base are covered with a gorgeous glossy mirror glaze that’s swirled to look like the galaxy. We start with the cake pop planets. Mirror glaze cakes are a treat for the senses, especially sight.
Give your cake a finished look by pouring sweet glaze over it. They are delicious, edible works of art! Full Mirror Glaze Galaxy Cake recipe with colorful galaxy cake pop planets, a galaxy cake, a galaxy vanilla buttercream, and a galaxy mirror glaze.
Store leftover cake in the refrigerator. If the glaze drops below 95°F, gently reheat in the microwave, 10 seconds at a time, and stir until the correct temperature. Mirror glaze cake is a cake made with glaze that is so shiny that you can almost see your reflection in it! A mirror glaze is a way to glaze a cake that produces a highly reflective surface. Pour mirror glaze evenly over cake. You pour the glaze on while it’s warm and it sets on to pof the cake.
The glaze itself is very thin, maybe a millimeter thick or so.
This glazing technique has been used by pastry chefs for many years to cover mousse cakes (entremets). You’re about to learn everything you need to know about mirror glaze cake decorating, including the glaze ingredients, how to make several different varieties of glaze, and how to use it to transform a simple cake into something truly extraordinary. While this type of glaze works best on smooth mousse cakes, it can work on any cake. Cake Pop Planets.
For a classic glaze that's great on tea cakes, whisk powdered sugar with water or milk.
Outside a shiny and colorful galaxy mirror glaze and inside a galaxy cake with four different planets. Ok, let’s jump into the recipe. I chose the Sun, Earth, Uranus, and Neptune for my Mirror Glaze Galaxy Cake because their colors are the prettiest ones to me. Mirror glaze is not new!
Watch the video below. How to Glaze a Cake.
Galaxy Mousse Cakes are almost too pretty to be real! Allow the mirror glaze to cool to 95°F when tested with a candy thermometre – pouring the glaze at the correct temperature is crucial to the cake’s success.
If you’ve ever wanted to make one of these silky and shiny cakes yourself, you’re in luck.
Cupcake Savvy's Kitchen 216,137 views While this type of glaze works best on smooth mousse cakes, it can work on any cake. Remove cake from refrigerator and place on a wire rack set over a large sheet pan. Lift cake with a large spatula and remove any excess glaze from bottom edge of cake. Shiny Chocolate Mirror Glaze Covered Mousse Bars Entremet Silky Smooth Chocolate Mousse Make Ahead - Duration: 6:21. Allow cake to stand at room temperature about 15 minutes, or until glaze is set, before slicing.