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This is a thin, translucent fondant that can be tinted with food coloring. For best results, cakes or petits fours should be covered with a thin layer of almond paste or a perfectly smooth layer of frosting before adding the fondant. The fondant will give the cake a smooth, glossy surface.
This poured fondant petit four icing with hints of butter and vanilla is easy and perfect for glossy elegant cakes and desserts of any size.
This recipe worked really well for me. I read some of the reviews that said they had a hard time coloring it, and since we needed it BLACK, I subbed out a full ounce of the water for black food coloring. It was probably a touch of overkill, but it was black as night. I made it twice, and learned that the fondant doesn't change consistency very much when it gets to the appropriate temperature. It just takes less drying time the longer and hotter it is cooked. The first batch I heated until it boiled, and had to cool to an appropriate temperature, and it hardened almost on contact. The second batch I cooked about 15 degrees higher than the recipe stated, and it stayed tacky longer. It was much easier to smooth and a lot less stressful.
This is a great Chocolate Fondant recipe. Pour over the top of cakes or petits fours to make a perfectly smooth and glossy surface. Excess fondant can be stored, tightly covered, in refrigerator for weeks. Reheat to use again.
This is a fluffy whipped frosting that is lovely on cakes. Makes enough to frost one 9x13 inch cake.
Makes a perfectly smooth coating for cakes. Roll it out to 1/4 inch thickness for best results. Glucose can be found at most cake decorating supply stores. You may color it with three drops of whatever food coloring you desire.
Made with mini marshmallows, this tasty rolled fondant is easier than a traditional boiled fondant.
This rolled fondant recipe uses shortening and confectioner's sugar for a buttercream flavor with the appearance of traditional fondant.
This quick fondant for decorating cakes, cupcakes, and petit fours needs only a few minutes and 4 ingredients. It has a mild vanilla flavor. For colored fondant, knead in a dash of food coloring.