I am participating in a fund raiser/resource fair tomorrow. I have made a cake that I am donating to the auction and at my table I am going to have several sheet cakes (2 in choc. 2 in vanilla) for samples - so people can know what the cake they will bid on tastes like. Here's my question. The cake is a 2 tiered stack cake (1 tier french vanilla, 1 tier chocolate fudge - iced in BC then covered in satin ice fondant). I have iced the sheets in the same BC but wonder if I should just leave as is or if I should cut out stars or something from the satin ice to put on top, so each bite will have cake, BC & fondant OR if just cake and BC would be sufficient. Just wonder what you would do....
I would just leave it alone. If they don't like the fondant (tell them is sort of tastes like marshmallows) they can peel it off when they buy the cake.
most people don't eat the fondant...so i would just leave as is.
thanks.. that's what i was leaning toward, too (plus, less work for me LOL)