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You’re planning to decorate a celebration cake (or just any cake) and you want it to look perfect but you’ve tried it before and it turned out all crumby and rough and now you’re panicking. No fear! Sally is here to show you how to crumb coat your layer cake like a BOSS. Smooth, straight, sides are in your cake-future.

Helpful links for this technique –

How to Make Perfect Buttercream:
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How To Make Perfect Swiss Meringue Buttercream:
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  1. Familicious by Asima says:

    Wow perfect

  2. fav1886 says:

    Does anyone know what kind of turn table they use?

  3. C Fla says:

    Is that normal buttercream or Swiss meringue buttercream being used?

  4. Theresa M says:

    Thank you so much for sharing your tips! This is going to make it so much easier. Where do you purchase your cake rounds that you use to cut the brown edge bits from the perimeter of your cakes?

  5. yasmin abdiaziz says:

    Hey Gemma I want to enquire about baking course I want to learn how to bake and to decorate. I am opening little shop. Please guide me for for baking courses

  6. Pancha Pistolas says:

    It would be so awesome to work in a bakery of this kind.

  7. Kelly Cusce says:

    Tell me Sally isn't the sweetest thing you've ever seen??

  8. meesal secret says:

    Please can you make milkscake

  9. Aasha Patel says:

    ❤️ the videos, you guys are awesome.
    I just wanted to ask, did Sally use Swiss meringue buttercream when crumb coating the cake?

  10. Sinthuja Visvalingam says:

    Can you leave your crumb coated cake overnight in the fridge pls? And how do you store them in the fridge without it being drying out. Thank you x

  11. C JJ says:

    Just made my 2nd cake of my life. My husband asked if I was going for a Dr. Suess theme. No I really wasn't. 😂

  12. raymund usi says:

    Question: should you dump a lot of icing on top of a cake? I tried applying a few icing and the cake crumbs peels off and mixes with the icing, creating a "dirty" looking finish

  13. Alfiano Fong says:


  14. Hafsa Baloch says:

    Can we use this raspberry jam under fondant covered cakes?

  15. Unknown Person says:

    Whenever I crumb coat I alway finish with actually crime always everywhere☕️

  16. Brittany Bousquet says:

    I was doing it all wrong haha. Thank you for this!

  17. pink123 says:

    Can you only ice a layer cake?

  18. Rosemary Dryden says:

    can you use swiss meringue butter cream for this?

  19. Steven Rojas says:

    I fell in love…also nice crumb coat

  20. Gregor Samsa says:

    0:57 I hate to break it to you, but those layers are not stacked plumb at all

  21. Kitboklang Pasi says:

    just doing great…

  22. Jane Pan says:

    I was wondering, why do professionals opt for trimming the uneven edge (when stacking your cake) instead of just shoving it to straighten? with my OCPD that just seems like the most intuitive way to "straighten" a lob-sided cake… but profs do it differently so being the newbie I am I just wanted to learn the reason? thank you!

  23. Trisha Mamerow says:

    That is not a crumb coat

  24. julie mignosi says:

    I love you and all your sweet friends

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