Gum Paste Recipe - using tylose

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Creating intricate and beautiful decorations for cakes becomes a breeze with our Gum Paste recipe using Tylose. This recipe combines simple ingredients like egg white, powdered sugar, and Tylose to produce a pliable and versatile paste that's perfect for crafting flowers, figures, and intricate designs. Follow our step-by-step guide below to whip up this essential tool for your cake decorating toolkit!
Gum Paste Recipe- using tylose

Recipe for Making Gumpaste with Tylose

This homemade gum paste recipe offers flexibility and durability, making it ideal for creating detailed and long-lasting cake decorations. Start decorating with confidence and elevate your cakes with personalized and intricate designs using this versatile gum paste!


  • 1 egg white
  • 1 cup sifted powdered sugar
  • 2 rounded teaspoon tylose


Beat egg white lightly. Add powdered sugar slowly until a soft peak is formed. Add tylose. The mixture will immediately thicken. Gradually add more powdered sugar until a pliable texture is achieved. Rub a little vegetable shortening on your hands and work paste thoroughly. Gumpaste should not be sticky or hard. Paste is ready to use immediately. Store in a sealed plastic bag in a sealed plastic container for up to 3 months.

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