Which Fondant Do You Prefer?

Decorating By bizatchgirl Updated 27 Jun 2008 , 2:44am by snarkybaker

bizatchgirl Posted 26 Jun 2008 , 3:57am
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I have only used Wilton fondant and I know it tastes awful. I don't know which fondant to try next. Which ones taste the best? Which ones are easiest to use?

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edith123 Posted 26 Jun 2008 , 4:04am
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I think mmf it's the best, at least it is for me, I love making it and the taste it's delicious and so easy to work with. I hope this helps. thumbs_up.gif

mjballinger Posted 26 Jun 2008 , 4:05am
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I love mmf! However, Choco-Pan is my absolute favorite! It's not always practical, due to costs, but it is delicious! It is a bit fragile and takes some getting used to, but the taste is the best ever!

calynmom Posted 26 Jun 2008 , 4:07am
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Rhonda's Ultimate MMF is great. I started using my KA to make and it whips up in minutes and I can add the color as it goes.

Plus it cost less than bought. Especially if you don't use it a lot.

jjkarm Posted 26 Jun 2008 , 4:15am
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I like LaWanda's white chocolate fondant. It tastes great and is pretty easy to work with.

Denise Posted 26 Jun 2008 , 4:16am
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I make my own fondant with white chocolate. I like the taste and so do my customers. I do not like MMF but I also dislike marshmallows!

I have used Satin Ice and Pettinice and either one tastes good.

bizatchgirl Posted 26 Jun 2008 , 4:17am
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If I don't have a KA can I make my own fondant or will it be a PITA?

miny Posted 26 Jun 2008 , 4:20am
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I like Satin ice, it's very easy to work with and taste good

bizatchgirl Posted 26 Jun 2008 , 4:21am
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Does Satin Ice come in a powder and you add stuff to it or is it entirely premade?

raquel1 Posted 26 Jun 2008 , 4:43am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by bizatchgirl

If I don't have a KA can I make my own fondant or will it be a PITA?


I don't use my KA for making the MMF. All you need is your microwave and some elbow grease, once you get the hang of it ( after one time for me, and I'm no genius) it's a piece of cake icon_wink.gif I love to be able to whip it up whenever needed, it keeps great in the fridge, and oh so versatile

tcturtleshell Posted 26 Jun 2008 , 4:44am
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Satin Ice is premade & ready to roll icon_smile.gif That's what I use most of the time & I use it when I teach my fondant classes. At home I also use MMF which I love too.

You don't need a mixer to make MMF. Just knead it with your hands. I don't like the mess it makes in my KA so I just knead it. Takes the same amout of time~ Approx 20 min from start to finish~ thumbs_up.gif

SweetHeather Posted 26 Jun 2008 , 4:45am
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You don't need a KA to make MMF. I love Fondx. That's my favorite.

raquel1 Posted 26 Jun 2008 , 4:48am
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[quote="Denise"]I make my own fondant with white chocolate. I like the taste and so do my customers.
Denise: would you share your recipe for the white chocolate fondant. I've heard of it and would like to try it, is it difficult to make? The only other person I know declined very politely when I asked how she made it icon_sad.gif
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miny Posted 26 Jun 2008 , 4:57am
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I second raquel1, please denise!!!! (on knees) share your recipe for chocolate fondant, please, please, please, can you PM it ? Thanks. icon_wink.gifthumbs_up.gificon_biggrin.gif

shanacoleman Posted 26 Jun 2008 , 5:00am
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Do you have to refrigerate mmf?

osorio Posted 26 Jun 2008 , 5:02am
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I have to make my own fondant because where I live (Mexico City) Satin Ice and Pettinice fondants are very expensive. I have worked with both of them and I liked them very much. I have also tried MMF and I like it a lot.

raquel1 Posted 26 Jun 2008 , 5:11am
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Originally Posted by shanacoleman

Do you have to refrigerate mmf?



Only if you're not going to use it or the leftovers for a while. I keep mine out (well covered with crisco and plastic wrap) if I'm going to use within a week, but any longer I refrigerate it and just put it out the day before I need it. If you wrap it well it keeps for a looong time

miny Posted 26 Jun 2008 , 5:28am
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Osorio where do you get your satin ice in Mexico? icon_confused.gif

calynmom Posted 26 Jun 2008 , 5:37am
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Make sure you let it sit overnight before you use it. This helps it set up.

miny Posted 26 Jun 2008 , 5:40am
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[quote="osorio"]I have to make my own fondant because where I live (Mexico City) Satin Ice and Pettinice fondants are very expensive. /quote]

I'm from Mexico City and it'll be great if I can get some SI to make a cake for my family when I visit. BTW saw your pics and your cakes are beautiful! thumbs_up.gif

mommyle Posted 26 Jun 2008 , 6:08am
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Well, I've used Michele Foster's and MMF right off the hop, and they've both been amazing. Michele Foster's is buttery good, but MMF is more kid-friendly and fewer ingredients to make. Ultimately both are WAY cheaper to make yourself, and both have been made in the KA from others (I LOVE MMF in my hands, but Michele Foster's is a Start in the KA and finish in the hands, and I AM a hands'on person and need to feel it before I put it on a cake!!!). I refuse to buy because of cost alone, and then there is always the taste!!!

tracey1970 Posted 26 Jun 2008 , 7:41pm
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Satin Ice - tastes good, works very easily, no problems.

snarkybaker Posted 27 Jun 2008 , 2:44am
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We use Massa Tacino. They have a "tropique" version that is easier to work with in extreme heat, and that can make all the difference on a carved cake in the summer.

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