why does cake crumble when i try to frost it?

by dee

When ever I make a box cake and try to frost it, it crumbles and it makes the frosting all nasty looking?

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Nov 11, 2015
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Oct 17, 2009
Crumb Coat
by: Michelle (editor)

Hi Dee,

Your answer is a crumb coat. This is a thin coat of un-tinted buttercream that's applied before the top coat. It 'sets' the crumbs so you get a smooth finish on the final buttercream layer.

Check out how to do it here.

Michelle (editor)

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