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  • Perfect for sifting powdered sugar and cocoa
  • Includes a fine mesh top
  • 4 oz. capacity
  • Made of durable, stainless steel
  • Ideal for bakeries, restaurants, and food stands
  • Great for use with funnel cakes

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Ateco Small Roller, Piping Gel, and Shaker

Ateco Small Roller, Piping Gel, and Shaker

Hello, I'm Julie Bashore from the Sugar Arts Institute and I'm going to show you how I work with the Ateco icing spreader. It's a little, plastic tool with ribs one end for easy gripping. It has flexibility so it is easy to spread. I have fondant rolled out and I am going to place a very fine, delicate stencil over the top of the fondant and roll with even pressure until the fondant peeks through the holes of the stencil. It's important to make sure that it peeks through the holes, otherwise your icing or piping gel is going to ooze and spread. If you have the fondant peeking through the holes, you are sure to have nice, clean, and crisp edges. I'm going to be working with the Ateco piping gel. It's a clear gel and I have it on the end of my spreader. I'm going to spread it firmly, yet gently over the holes of my stencil. Make sure that it is evenly spread and then use the Ateco shaker to shake some edible glitter over the stencil, making sure that all the holes are covered. With a second spreader, just go over the glitter and make sure that it is evenly spread and firmly placed on the stencil. Very gently, peel the stencil away to reveal your glittered pattern!

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Use Ateco's small roller, piping gel, shaker, and icing spreader to create beautiful patterns on your fondant. Simply find a stencil with a pattern you like, grab some edible glitter, and begin designing works of art!

Ateco Sculpting Set, Shaker, Cutting Wheel, and 7 1/2" Roller

Ateco Sculpting Set, Shaker, Cutting Wheel, and 7 1/2" Roller

Hi, I'm Julie Bashore and I'm going to highlight 10 Ateco tools that I use for ruffling. Here, we have the tool set with a wide variety of tools that are double sided. We also have the Ateco shaker, 2 offset pallet knife spatulas, the Ateco cutting wheel, fondant wheel, the 2 inch food grade bristled brush, the jumbo bore tool that I co-designed with Ateco in conjunction with the jumbo ruffle cutter and the jumbo ruffling pad. Last but not least, we have the miniature 7 1/2 inch plastic rolling pin. Let me introduce you to each Ateco tool. This is the 7 1/2 inch plastic rolling pin that I use for rolling fondant really thin and making it even and smooth. Secondly, we have the jumbo ruffle cutter. It is a scalloped cutter that is nice and large and it cuts out big ruffles so you aren't rolling and cutting constantly. Instead, you can do it all in one go. Use the pallet knife to remove the center and then use the jumbo ruffling pad to soften the edges. Lightly dust it with corn starch and use the food-grade bristled brush to smooth it out. It's an excellent Ateco brush and you'll find that the bristles will hold firmly without pulling out over the fondant. The next tool that we are going to use is from the Ateco set. It is the shell tool. I'm going to use this to indent a shell design into my ruffle while working on the ruffling pad. After that, I'm going to work with the bore tool to cup the edges. This is if you want a slight cup and a little curl to the ends. However, I also have the jumbo bore tool. By working with the larger end of the jumbo bore tool, you can achieve a more delicate design and impression. The next tool I will be working with is the ruffling tool and I'm going to ruffle directly on the mat. This tool is cone shaped and we need to catch the edge of the gum paste and fondant with the wide edge. You can very simply roll it around the edge and get a more defined ruffle that depends on the final look you are trying to achieve. The secret of success is to keep the ruffle's edge right on the edge of the tool. To open up the ruffle and give a nice, neat edge to the center, cut it open and use the bore tool. Trim off the center edge with the fondant wheel because sometimes it can dry out depending on the weather. Rather than having a cracked edge, you can simply trim it with the wheel. Working again with the bore tool, you can make scallops on the opposite end. I just catch the end of the gum paste and fondant and push it out gently with the bore tool to finish it off with a nice scallop. With the miniature bore tool, we can do a more delicate design by using the same technique. This gives a nice, clean, finished edge to your ruffles. Finally, with the shell tool, you can use the shell to do a design on the edge so it matches the ruffle design while creating a little scallop.

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Watch as Julie Bashore demonstrates how to use Ateco's tools to create a ruffle. With Ateco's sculpting set, shaker, cutting wheel, and roller, you can create clean edges and delicate ruffles of your own!

Ateco Translucent Mats, Design Sleeves, and Shakers

Ateco Translucent Mats, Design Sleeves, and Shakers

Hi, I’m Julie Bashore and I’m the founder of the Sugar Arts Institute and I’m here today to show you some more of the wonderful tools manufactured by Ateco. The first thing I’d like to show you is another silicone mat, this is a new mat that they’ve brought out into the market by the request of many of their customers. This is so that if the fondant is rolled out and adhered to the mat, when one goes to flip the fondant over the cake, the mat is translucent so you can be sure of centering your fondant over the cake. And when I say translucent, you can see here it truly is translucent so you can center the fondant over the cake quite well without having to worry about it being short on one side or too long on the other. It’s a great mat, holds well to the table. I’ve already rolled out a little bit of yellow fondant here using the plastic rolling pin. I started off by rolling very gently, working with my hands on the side of the pin and then coming in, just sliding the rolling pin, and what I’m effectively doing here is pushing the thickness of the center of the fondness out, so that I have the nice, even surface. I like my fondant to be thin, but because I’m going to be working with these wonderful design sleeves, I have actually rolled it out thick. For me, this is quite thick, for most of you, I’m sure you’ll think that this is quite thin, I like to keep my fondant thin so that it’s more palatable and easier to cut and eat. Normally I roll it out to 1/16 of an inch; here I have it at about 1/8 of an inch. I will thin it out using the design sleeve. For those of you who have piped basket weave on a cake, you know how time consuming that is. Piping every little horizontal and vertical line on the cake takes a long time. With this rolling pin it can be done all at once. This sleeve fits over the specially made Ateco rolling pin. It’s a lovely rolling pin, it’s nice and heavy so it’s easy to work with, and you just slip the design sleeve over the top. There are several different designs that they work with, this is another design, it is the cornily lace and gives a lace effect to the fondant. This also gives a fish scale effect. This fits nice and snuggly over the rolling pin and all sorts of things you can think of. I actually use this if I want to make little blankets on cakes, on christening cakes; this is a great design for a quilted look. Ateco has these wonderful stainless steel shakers. They’re easy to remove; you can put your cornstarch, your powdered sugar, your luster dust, even your glitter into this. It’s very simple to put on, it has a nice lid on the top of it so that you can preserve and keep your contents air tight and also, I travel a lot, so this is great, it prevents my product from spilling out. I’m going to shake a little cornstarch onto this and with your hand, just very gently, wipe off the excess. Don’t have too much on there because it will dry and crack the fondant. I prefer to start from close to me and roll upwards; some people prefer to do it the other way. So hold the rolling pin down and, very slowly and gently, roll over your fondant. You’ll see there is a beautiful basket weave design. I’m now going to be working with the cornily lace design sleeve, which also pops right over the rolling pin, and it’s the same procedure as working with the basket weave rolling pin. This is such an elegant design and I can say is one of the most favorite designs for wedding cakes. Now I’m going to be working with the fishnet design sleeve, it’s just like putting on a pair of socks. Stretch it open, pull it over the handle, and then push it onto the rolling pin. It has a nice, snug fit, so it doesn’t move. It’s really an extremely pretty design. It can be used for fish scales, mermaid tails, for blankets, for quilting, it really gives a lovely design and you can run away with your imagination as to what you can do with this. If you come in and have a look closely at this, you will see how this design opens up. Look at that attractive design; it could be used for so many aspects of cake decorating.

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Looking for a quicker way to achieve that lovely basket weave design? Try Ateco’s basket weave rolling pin sleeve! Simply slip the sleeve over your rolling pin. For more designs, check out Ateco’s lace and fish scale sleeves.

Specs
Height 3 Inches
Top Diameter 2 Inches
Capacity 4 oz.
Color Silver
Material Stainless Steel
Shape Round
Type Powdered Sugar Shakers

Details

Dust funnel cakes, french toast, pound cakes, and cookies with this Ateco 1347 4 oz. mesh shaker. Made of stainless steel and a fine mesh top, this shaker is durable and easy to clean. Small in size, it's great for food trucks, funnel cake stands, bakeries, and restaurants. Fill up this 4 oz. shaker and provide quick and easy sifting during your busiest rush. Customers will enjoy the traditional look of finely dusted powdered sugar on their fresh-from-the-fryer funnel cake or their belgian waffle at breakfast!

Bringing you innovation and quality for over 100 years, Ateco, an August Thomsen brand, has been internationally known in the industry for creating baking tools of superior craftsmanship and design. By continually improving on tools, materials, and packaging, Ateco is dedicated to providing professional bakers with the kitchen essentials they need to succeed in an ever-evolving industry!

Overall Dimensions:
Top Diameter: 2"
Height: 3"
Capacity: 4 oz.

Customer Reviews

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    Ateco 1347 4 oz. Stainless Steel Powdered Sugar Shaker (August Thomsen)

    4.7 stars from 64 reviews

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    1 out of 1 found this review helpful

    Ateco products never fail. This shaker is durable and can take a few beatings in a bakery. I don't find that the sugar will ever clump or get stuck but if you do happen to forget your shaker in a moist or warm area, just add a small handful of rice into the shaker and it will loosen up the sugar for you.

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    I albsolutely love this powdered sugar shaker!! It works much better than the sifters with the handles that always seem to break. It sifts the powdered sugar very fine, yet doesn't clog. It's a great product.

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    I like that's it's little and easy to shake but my main problem is the clogging. I find myself constantly taking the top off to clean it.

    from Raheem PREPARES CHICKEN AND WAFFLES Posted on

    This item is superb, I bought it for cornstarch for when I'm working with gumoaste and fondant. This is also the best price on the market.

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    Oh my..... this is a dream.... makes dusting sugar and even cocoa powder a breeze. I am in love with this little shaker. I would highly recommend this product.

    from Tina's recipes Posted on

    The Ateco 1347 4 oz. Stainless Steel Powdered Sugar Shaker works as advertised. It evenly sprinkles the powdered sugar. This has reduced wast from when we were just pouring the sugar out of the box.

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    This Ateco 1347 4 oz. Stainless Steel Powdered Sugar Shaker (August Thomsen) has a nice polish finish. The shaker is easy to use and the powdered sugar comes out evenly.

    from T & C Catering Services Posted on

    One of my mostly used for my baking. I cannot make my own fondant without this on my counter. Very good quality and of course the price here on webstaurantstore is unbeatable.

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    We use the powdered sugar every day during our breakfast shift. Mostly used for our French toast and pancakes for the perfect finishing touches. Perfect shaker at a nice price.

    from Russ' Sub Shack Posted on

    This shaker is great for powdered sugar for topping desserts. The canister withstands a rough kitchen environment, however screen occasionally gets clogged. Easy to wash.

    from DeNunzios Posted on

    I purchased this tin for powdered sugar but I ended up using it for the flavored popcorn salt. it was ideal due to the fine texture of the salt. this was definitely a great buy.

    from pashays Posted on

    I love this little container. i use it to powder my fried pies. It distributes the powdered sugar more evenly and makes less mess then using a spoon!

    from Ruffled Feathers Posted on

    This shaker is cute and tiny. It works well for finishing touches on bakery products. Only holds about a 1/2 cup powdered sugar - but if you aren't using a lot of powdered sugar this is great!

    from HY Seating Solutions Posted on

    Such a great value! I bought a few of these. One for cinnamon to top off my lattes, one for dusting cornstarch, and one for powdered sugar.

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    It's small, but it does the trick and doesn't take up a ton of space for something we don't use frequently but have to have on hand. Shakes out sugar nicely.

    from Brown Bag Bagels Posted on

    Smaller than we thought they would be, but then we weren't paying attention to the oz size. But overall, they work well for dusting either powdered sugar or cocoa.

    from Botto's Bakery Posted on

    We use this powdered sugar shaker for our brunch menu. We fill it with granulated sugar to sprinkle on top of our French toast dish.

    from Jack & Alice LLC. Posted on

    The metal piece is durable, but I don't like how the opening is curved. I have a different one with a flat top, and it dispenses powder nicely. This one, you will get powder all over, which is really inconvenient. I would not really recommend this if you're dispensing powder for drinks.

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    these Ateco 4 oz. Tin Powdered Sugar Shaker (August Thomsen) for me this one of the best shaker that i have not to big easy to handle and hold to your hands shake it and bam works great

    from ashlexdrei tradings /sweets by chef jhay Posted on

    Not my favorite product. The lid is sometimes hard to remove or put back on. My main gripe with the product is that the wire mesh isn't small enough, if you shake powder sugar out of it it falls out in large amounts instead of powering it.

    from W&W Beans Posted on

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