Mirror Glaze Cake
Mirror Glaze Cake
We can all agree that when it comes to cakes, presentation is key. But forget fondants; mirror-glazed cakes are now setting new trends in the cake industry. Following Russian confectioner Olga Noskova's lavish mirror-glazed cakes, which went viral online, the style has now been taken up at patisseries all over the nation.
The name “mirror-shine cakes,” as they are often known, suggests that the cake's flawless, crystal-clear surface is so perfect that you can actually see your reflection in it. It is produced by liberally slathering the cake in shiny glaze, coating it evenly, and then pouring some glaze off the top.
Mirror Glaze Cake Designs
The ingredients for mirror glaze include sweetened condensed milk, some water, gelatin, a small bit of chocolate, and occasionally flavourings and colours. Gelatin causes the mirror glaze to set but not harden. It is then poured over cake sponges, and the final touch is given to the cake. Some mirror glaze cakes worth mentioning are:
Heart Cake with Mirror Glaze
The speciality of Valentine’s Day is unparalleled, but a heart cake with a mirror glaze makes it more memorable. If you are in the mood to go for unique cakes this Valentine’s Day, close your eyes and get CakExpo’s mirror glaze cake. The cake has a strawberry flavour, and the glaze is sweet but not overly so. It integrates well with the cake and brings you an experience that you will remember forever.
Mirror Glaze Galaxy Theme Cake
The mirror glaze galaxy cake is a special theme cake for galaxy and alien theme parties. It has a beautiful glaze of blue, white, and black that takes you through a trip of the galaxy. The glaze tastes sweet, and the sponge is made from the usual flavours like strawberry, vanilla, butterscotch, and chocolate.
White Hazelnut Glaze Cake
This cake is the most delicious combination of cappuccino and chocolate cake, filled with buttercream icing and topped with hazelnuts. This combination is a must-try for every coffee enthusiast. The gentle cappuccino flavour combined with chocolate and topped with hazelnuts leaves any coffee addict speechless. Get this mirror glaze cake for Christmas, Thanksgiving, or anniversaries, and make your party a successful one.
Price of Mirror Glaze Cake
It might seem that the price of a mirror glaze cake will burn a hole in your pocket, but it is not so. This is because, CakExpo works to give you the best cake experience at a very reasonable price. If you are a cake enthusiast or a sweet lover, we are sure this mirror glaze cake won't disappoint you. Just spend Rs. 500 and get yourself an amazing treat. And if you are looking for a mirror glaze cake for a party, get a 1 kg one for just Rs. 1000.
How long do mirror glaze Cakes last?
When an adequate amount of gelatin is put in the glaze, it can last for days if stored properly in the refrigerator. The glaze remains reflective and glossy for at least three days before it turns cloudy. However, do not keep it outside the refrigerator otherwise, the glaze will melt, and the cake will loose its shine.
Why is my mirror glaze not shiny?
It's possible that a very thin mirror glaze coating has been made. A thin glaze won't provide a smooth enough surface, and some pieces will poke through. Also, when a mirror glaze is applied to a cake while it is still extremely hot, most of it runs off and leads to an uneven shine.
What flavours can I get mirror glaze cake in?
At CakExpo, there is no limit to flavours. You can get a mirror cake in any flavour you like. Such as chocolate, butterscotch, blueberry, chocolate, and so on. To know more, give us a call.