CakePlay from Peggy Tucker
CakePlay precooked Isomalt nibs are made from the highest quality 100% pure raw Isomalt from Garmany. This along with our unique cooking process is what keeps CakePlay Isomalt from picking up microscopic particles or breaking down and help CakePlay’s Isomalt to keep it’s crytal clear,
beautiful, shine, stability to hold up to all climates providing consistent, high-quality performance time after time.
What makes this product innovative?
CakePlay’s pre-cooked Isomalt Nibs let you start creating right away. With their convenient microwave preparation, anyone can use them — from professionals to those using isomalt for the first time.
CakePlay’s pre-cooked Isomalt Nibs are ideal for any decorating project making their designs special and unique! Create simple pieces by pouring into molds, pull beautiful roses or blow figures, all with the ease of a microwave and our innovative pre-cooked Isomalt Nibs.
What type of buzz has this product created? (Please include any press coverage, awards, or special recognitions)
CakePlay hit the market in 2009 and was the first precooked Isomalt make and marketed in the US. They sold out of product at the ICES convention in just two days and buzz about our new precooked isomalt had the orders pouring in ever since.
Cakeplay knew that the market needed precooked isomalt to make it more user friendly as many decorates were leery of cooking the raw isomalt them selves.
CakePlay’s Isomalt nibs have been used by decorates in tutorials on Food Network TV shows and live competitions all over the would.
Some of the magazines CakePlay has been featured in are American Cake Decorating, Edible Artist, Cake Central, Slice and Cake and Craft UK.
Our CMSA Peggy Tucker was given the honor of being awarded The Sweet Life Hall of Fame award this year in part to her help in developing and bringing CakePlay to the market with Jenny Skinner.
CakePlay is once again creating a new buzz with Peggy Tucker and Sally Tukeman as the new owner and the great line of new produce they are adding to the CakePlay’s line.