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WHAT IS SRI LANKA EDIBLE PRINTING CAKE?
Edible pictures are images printed on edible icing paper using edible ink. These graphics can be used on cakes, cookies, and cupcakes, among other confectionery items. Sri Lankan edible cake graphics (also known as edible cake toppers) may be customized to fit your cake or cupcakes, and are available on an A4 sheet for micro cupcakes, large cupcakes, circular cakes, and a variety of other uses. There are a variety of sizes and options to choose from.
Bake Print edible image ink and high-quality frosting are used to create our edible images. To assure the quality of our product and the sharpness of our culinary graphics, we exclusively utilize high-grade ingredients and equipment.
Edible graphics consist of two parts: an icing sheet (we use Bake Print brand) and ink. The icing sheet may be used to decorate practically any cake or cupcake, and the ink is manufactured from a specially designed food colorant that closely resembles the colors of traditional ink. This is how we are able to offer such high-quality edible photos!
If stored properly, edible images should survive at least 6 months. High humidity levels can wreak havoc on appetizing photographs.
We have a variety of sizes available, ranging from 3cm to A3 size. So, whatever size cake, cupcake, or round cake you have, we'll have something to put on top of it!
Using our A4 sheet, we can create personalized edible pictures for small cupcakes, large cupcakes, circular cakes, and a variety of other applications. We have round photos in sizes of 3cm, 5cm, 16cm, and 20cm, as well as A4 and A3 sheets that can accommodate one large image or numerous smaller images.
Without a doubt, we can add custom text.
Originally, most edible graphics were applied to rice paper. We can all recall the first time we saw cartoon characters and superheroes on professionally produced cakes and cupcakes. Rice paper has been around since the early 1800s, but it is only recently that it has been employed for cake decorating. Although it holds an image effectively, it has an unpleasant taste, and children and adults have been known to take it off before eating their cupcakes or birthday cakes!
Rice paper has been replaced by edible ink and specially made icing sheets. It's fairly easy to understand how edible photos function. You can print an edible image if you have a printer that accepts edible image ink cartridges. That's all there is to it.