Hello and thanks for reading this.
I'm not talking about rolled fondant, I'm talking about poured fondant, the kind you coat petits fours with. I found some mix at a local crafts store but it didn't taste right to me. I'd like to try some of the CK brand but it's like $8 shipping for one pound. I've seen recipes for making the stuff out of corn syrup and granulated sugar but I'm just too lazy! What I really want this for is to coat sugar cookies. I LOVE sugar cookies and no other icing else tastes right on 'em! Should I try to buy some off a local bakery? Any ideas or referrals?
I'm cross posting this on the Cake Decorating forum.
You might try Toba Garrett's Glace'. You can pour it on or pipe an outline and flood. This is for the flood consistency, for outlining you'll need to add a little powdered sugar to thicken. Or you can outline with RI.
I found this in the recipes section, but I've not tried it myself.
If you go to the recipes section you can do a search.
I was going to recommend Country Kitchen Sweet Art, but you've already found and rejected that option....
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