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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!

Length 7 1/2 Inches
Color White
Material Plastic
Style Without Handles
Type Rolling Pins


This Ateco (August Thomsen) 7510 plastic rolling pin is a unique tool which is specifically designed for rolling fondant and gumpaste. It is 7 1/2" long and made of a dense FDA grade smooth, white plastic which is perfect for thick materials and safe for foods.

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Length: 7 1/2"

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    Ateco 7510 7 1/2" Plastic Rolling Pin (August Thomsen)

    4.9 stars from 16 reviews


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    rolling pin fondant great small plastic size easy paste price

    The plastic rolling pin works really well for making dumplings. One can roll the sides down without the pin being an hindrance. The plastic allows for the flour to remain less sticky at times, but a little light dusting and your back to rolling. The price is fair for this pin.

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    This rolling pin is a nice size for your hand when doing small rollouts. It has a substantial weight for it's size to aid in rolling and with a light dusting creates a nice smooth surface.

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    I love this product! It is exactly what you want in a fondant smoother! The surface does not stick to fondant, and it is easy to control.]\

    from Sugar and Spice Bakery Posted on

    This pin is a good size for rolling fondant, it allows for great control, and the smooth, slick surface doesn't stick at all. Great product, great service, and great price from Webstaurantstore.com.

    from Green Street Bistro Posted on

    A must when rolling out pastry, fondant, chocolate modeling paste, and any other doughs. It is the perfect size and a must need in anyones kitchen, bakery and patisserie. I use this daily and not sure what I would do if I didn't have this great tool. So easy to clean and wash and then use it again.

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    another great products by ateco this Ateco 7510 7 1/2" Plastic Rolling Pin (August Thomsen) easy to use great for small fondant to flatten awesome !!!

    from ashlexdrei tradings /sweets by chef jhay Posted on

    Good little rolling pin for small jobs. The plastic is very durable and will stand up to lots of abuse in the dish pit. Definitely recommend it.

    from Mike's Mindful Plate Posted on

    These little rolling pins come in handy when decorating and rolling fondant. Non-stick and durable, order a handful and you're set for quite a while.

    from Stella Baking Co. Posted on

    This Ateco plastic rolling pin is fondants best friend , it makes rolling out fondant so easy and smooth! Also the small size makes it great for working with little details

    from Zest Posted on

    Amazing quality for the price! It's very good for small jobs or dainty fondant work. Easy to clean and fits in any space! I love it!

    from Rosys Cakes LLC Posted on

    I purchased this to roll out smaller pieces of fondant. Works great. I also have the larger size for when needed to cover entire cakes. Must have.

    from A Bite on the Side Posted on

    This small plastic rolling pin is perfect for rolling out small amounts of dough but is especially useful for fondant and gum paste. I use this when I am making small gum paste figures for cake toppers.

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    This is not a big Rolling pin but is great for small pieces of fondant can roll with one hand to get your dough flat quickly.

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    great rolling pin,great price and quality too,I do enjoy working with it it really helps me with my fondant I love the price and the quality!!!

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    Just as the other poster said, I also use this pin for making gum pastes. The paste absolutely will not stick to this pin which is very nice.

    from The Pie Kitchen Posted on

    I love the small size of this plastic rolling pin. It is really convenient to use when working with gum paste. It is also easy to clean.

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