Poured Mmf On Cookies

Baking By taniabanana Updated 24 Jan 2006 , 3:04am by Zamode

taniabanana Posted 17 Jan 2006 , 7:19pm
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Has anyone tried this?

I've just been experimenting, and it seems to work great. Nice and smooth and no need for flooding. I just used a small spatular icon_razz.gif

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bulldog Posted 17 Jan 2006 , 7:21pm
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What?? Can you give me some details? Sounds like a good idea.

prettycake Posted 17 Jan 2006 , 7:22pm
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icon_smile.gif I personally don't like poured FOndant,, they take forever to dry b4 you can decorate them, and they melt if you refrigerate them..I used regular Fondant to ice and decorate my cookies..if you want to see what I did, it's in my photos that I just posted them yesterday,, all three photos al together.. icon_smile.gif
have a nice day

taniabanana Posted 17 Jan 2006 , 7:39pm
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I just heated some of the MMF with a little water until it all melted.

I had been looking at the Supercookie website and they have a video that says they use poured fondant, so I thought i'd give it a go.

I must admit i'm not too keen on the taste of fondant, but boy was it quick and easy!

Mahal -Thanks for the tip about it not drying fast though, and I'll certainly go and look at your photos right now

Zamode Posted 24 Jan 2006 , 3:04am
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Whoa! Good idea! I'm going to have to try this....

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