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Frosting PrinterMaybe I’m a bit of a sucker for technology and for new pastry toys … but I’m going to be purchasing a frosting printer. It uses the same technology as some of the top of the line photo printers, but uses food coloring instead of ink and ultra thin frosting sheets instead of paper.

The options are endless… not just run of the mill photo cakes….but custom logo cookies, computerized images wrapped around cakes, and more! Imagine the most complex picture wrapped around a 4 tier cake! Incredible.

I’m very excited and will keep everyone posted as to when my new ‘high-tech’ pastries will be available!

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7 Comments for “Frosting Printer”

  • […] Special Thanks to Lisa from Cakefun Blog for recognizing our achievement.  Lisa publishes a great starter guide to printing edible images which was helpful when I first started researching the topic. […]

  • Kelli says:

    How did this printer work out for you? Are you still using it or did you upgrade? I’m looking into getting a food color printer and don’t really know what to go with.


    Your work is amazing!

  • Anne says:

    Hi Kelli – we are still using the printer it has worked out well so far. Thanks for your comment.

    • Sarah says:

      Hi Anne,
      I live in Ireland with and am a qualified chef. I absolutely adore what you do, it is such an art, really special! I love would to specialise and make wonderful cakes like that. I hope you don’t mind me asking the name of the course that you studied?I have two children so unfortunately that rules me out from traveling abroad,so hopefully I will find a course here. You are a real inspiration……love your work!!!

      • Anne says:

        Hi Sarah – Thanks for your note! I went to the French Culinary Institute in New York City. If you go to their website you can see what courses I took.

  • Diana says:

    Hi Anne, I was researching about different printer options there are, and I had come to your blog a while back and had seen the brand and model for your printer, but I don’t seem to find it anymore, could you please tell me what model it is? Thank you so much for help, Diana.

    PS- Your creations are inspiring!

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