Hey guys welcome back to my channel. So
unicorns has been a huge hit for the past.. for a while now but it doesn’t seem
to go away at all and as of 2019 today it’s still by far the most requested
dessert from girls from my experience. I am a Unicom fan as well, I made those
cupcakes for my baby second birthday last week and today I’m going to show
you step-by-step how to create those two dreamy unicorn looks. But Before we
jump on, quickly let me say thank you to everyone who’s been giving me such a
positive feedbacks about my tutorials through YouTube, Instagram and other
platforms I use. Obviously my channel is extremely small and I have no influence
like all the other top youtubers but when I see that my video was helpful to
one person in some ways, it really makes my day. I started my career as a pastry
instructor about more than a decade ago and back then I was teaching to
individuals around the same table. And my goal hasn’t changed since then. This is
about you and me. I want you to feel like you are taking a valuable lesson from
me directly beyond this screen. So thank you so much.
I always like to hear from you and appreciate any of your feedbacks to
improve the tutorials. Also if you like this video, subscribe to my channel and
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about pastries from scratch. Make sure to jump on my Instagram and check out my
other desserts as well. All right so we’re gonna need to bake
cupcakes first. To learn how to make super moist and fluffy cupcakes, watch
this video after this tutorial. This recipe makes incredibly delicious cupcakes
and I also share seven tips on how not to fail. Next let’s make mini unicorn
horns. Roll your fondant and make two long horns and twist them together. To
make sure it’s not going to fall apart, apply a tiny bit of water on between and
adjust the shape. Cut off the excess and insert a toothpick. To make it easier
keep twisting your toothpick while pushing in just like a drill. Next, let’s make cute little unicorn ears.
Roll your fondant and cut to make small rectangles. Pinch one of the sides to make the ear
shapes. To adjust the shape I use the fondant tool but if you don’t have that,
that’s totally fine, use the tip of your pen or whatever looks similar. Also make the
ears and horns one or two days ahead to let them completely dry. After they are
dried, it’s time to paint! I mixed edible gold dust and straight
alcohol to paint the horns. Let them completely dry before use. And for ears I
mix some straight alcohol and pink coloring to create gentle pale pink. All right so time for buttercream! Pipe
some buttercream on top of your cupcakes and smooth them up. To learn how to make
the delicious buttercream I use today, check out this video. It is the most rich
and creamy buttercream I’ve ever had. Moving on, we’re gonna start making cute
Unicom faces. Roll your fondant and cut into a round shape. Ideally you want to
use a cookie cutter that’s exactly the same size as the surface of your
cupcakes but if you don’t have that size just like my case, just roll a little bit
more until it gets to the size. The buttercream do the job as glue and also
it tastes much better. All right now it’s one of the most
exciting part. Time to draw the dreamy unicorn eyes. I use black coloring with a
small brush with super sharp tip. I so enjoyed this process.. they look so cute. The
rushes is like girls’ dream. Next let’s walk on unicorn hairs! Like
always, I use plastic wraps when I pipe buttercream for easy cleaning and also
to create beautiful marbled effect. I used orange and purplish pink color
that I used earlier for unicorn lion cake but use any colors you want, any
pastry tips you want and create perfect unicorns for you. I added a little bit
more on the back to add some volume. And we need sprinkles for unicorns!
It creates an extra dreamy look. For the second unicorn design, pipe the marbled
buttercream on top. For this one, I used pale pink and orange. Sprinkles on top as
well. On Unicom faces, add some cheek makeups. This really add extra cuteness.
So I was not planning on this but I totally forgot to buy pink dust for rosy
cheeks, so I decided to use the same gold dust I used for horns instead to see how
it looks and I totally loved it. It almost looks like they got the little
sunburn on hot summer and it became my favorite look. And this is the final
process. To finish the look, add the horns and ears. It is complete! So for the past few weeks
I showed you how to make cute Unicom desserts using butter cake and
buttercream but for those of you who don’t really care about unicorns or
would like to learn something a little bit more for adult that you can actually
make for your own party, I’ve prepared perfect perfect cake for
you next week. I’ll show you how to make the most realistic candle cake you’ve
ever seen before. It would be a great surprise for your guests, I think it is
such a fun sophisticated cake to end the feast or gathering. Like
always, I’ll include all the tips and tricks as well, so stay tuned! Also if you
haven’t watched yet, watch this unicorn lion cake tutorial I made last week to
get more fun cake ideas. Alright guys that’s it for today, thank you so much
for watching and I’ll see you next week. Okay.. pipe the buttercream and then
insert the horns and ears and sprinkles. Yeah. Sprinkles. Can we do that? Alright. Pipe. Weiii… okay okay… One more …can you put
the sprinkles on top like this? Sprinkles.. Yes.
Can you put this on top.. like this? Yeah! ..and ear.. over here and over here … cake okay? ….good? mmm… mmm.. sweet yum-yum Happy Birthday. How old are you? …happy
birthday! you’re two.. you’re not one anymore. You are 2.. yes.. two years old.
Are you a Unicom princess? Yes..

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  1. Yours are so pretty! I recently did a Unicorn Paleo/Vegan Cheesecake on our channel, but yours looks so much more… "pro"

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