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Lily Sugar Flower Steps

By: Cheryl Naughton from
Lily Sugar Flower Steps
Lily Sugar Flower Steps

"These edible lily sugar flowers are the perfect topper for your next cake or cupcakes. Easy to make and beautiful! And edible!! Chef James Rosselle is a graduate of the California School of Culinary Arts in Pasadena and is passionate about where life has taken him. He has won all four of the Food Network Challenges in which he has competed. In 2011, James was named to the “Top Ten Cake Artists” by Desert Professional Magazine."

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These sugar lily flowers look so real that they are almost too good to eat! Looks like they will work well for either cakes or cupcakes.

I love cake decorating and hope to improve my very limited skills but I thought as advanced as sugar flowers to be too difficult to try before finding this. This recipe makes everything seem easy with its incredibly detailed instructions and there are lots of helpful photos. There are also links to help you find materials, which is great since I had no clue where to get gum paste!

Many years ago I took the Wilton cake decorating classes and loved them but before I could get to this class I had to quit. I always regretted not learning how to make sugar flowers. Then I see this! I sm so happy and excited to try this project. Thank you!


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