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When your doing a fondant cake you have to dirty ice the cake in buttercream so it’s dirty iced in buttercream and that’s what makes the fondant stick to the cake. Fondant is like sugar dough, if you want to compare it to anything, if you roll it out very very thin I think that the flavor profile is perfect, because it gives it a look like no other icing here.

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Craziest Cakes, Pricing Cakes, & Using Fondant - Interview with Bronwen Weber | Cake Business Tips

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Cake Designer and instructor, Bronwen Weber, shares some of her past craziest cakes, some professional tips on how a cake artist should price their cakes, & why it is important to work with rolled fondant icing on cakes. (Video is 3:04 min)

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How to Price Cakes To Make a Profit — Cake Business Series – This video shows how to price cakes to make a profit so given that cake pricing is an essential skill for anyone wanting to sell cakes, we are confident you’ll find this cake pricing video useful. This how to prices cakes guide features our cake pricing spreadsheet that takes a few minutes to accurately work out how much to charge for cakes.

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Having spoken to other cake makers here at Cake Decorating With Danielle, many of us simply don’t know how we’re making and how much we should be charging. In the next few minutes we’ll show you how we deal with this and how we ensure we’re making enough to make it worthwhile for us.

It may seem obvious but sometimes putting time aside to ensure we make money feel daunting and it sometimes feels like to much like hard work, we know we’ve been there. Well hopefully by watching this video featuring our how to price cakes spreadsheet, you’ll be able to price cakes with confidence.

The cake price spreadsheet will be available for download on our website soon, check the description soon as we’re in the middle of rebuilding and refreshing it at the moment and will share details soon.

What I should say at this point is that cake prices will always vary between cake makers. Sometimes it’s because of experience and therefore better cake quality but quite often it’s because of different overheads. So for example a Shop owner is going to have rent and other related shop costs whereas a home baker would have hence they can charge a little less for their cakes. The difference might be that a home baker might have to work harder to get customers.

Before we take a look, have a quick think about all the things that go into making a cake; ingredients, tools, cost of cooking, maybe delivering your cakes. OK Let’s take a look at how you too can solve this cake pricing problem and have a clear idea how much money you are going to make for every cake you quote for.

So here you go, this is how we work out what to charge for our cakes. The basis for knowing how much to charge for cakes is knowing all our costs, so first our high level costs are:

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Then I put these into our how to price cakes spreadsheet, plug numbers in and the spreadsheet does the rest. Then for future cakes, simply substitute numbers depending on time spent on activities, ingredients and your others costs and you’ll be able to accurately quote cake prices to customers.

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