Just wanted to let you know that I experiented yesterday with Michele's fondant. I added about 6-8oz of Reese's Peanut Butter chips to the cooking process and the outcome flavor of the fondant was GREAT! I still used the recommended vanilla and I used the new Carribbean Cinnamon creamer for the liquid.
It took about an extra cup or so of powdered sugar and was a little sticky, but it rolled out great and handled great. I needed to make a burger cake and I thought I'd try this instead of gel coloring white fondant for the bun. Take a look at my pics, the burger is not the best but the bun came out pretty well.
I'll be using this again... my next try will be on cookies.. mmmmm!
Wow, great tip! Great idea, PB fondant. Yummmm.
Man...I feel like a dope...when you mentioned wanting to experiment with Michele's fondant & PB in previous posts, I thought you meant PB out of a jar . Totally forgot it comes in chips too.
Your burger is awesome...I love the bun color.
Thanks for letting us know it does indeed work.
I acyually was thinking about doing it right from the jar, and when Michele replied she mentioned the chips, I totally didn't think about them either!
I had a 'DUH' moment!
That sounds delicious! I will have to try that over chocolate ganache. Yum! Have you tried butterscotch yet?
Your cake is adorbale and that fondant sounds delish! I have to try that one!
That's so smart of you!!! Thanks for sharing!
I know this post was a long time ago but I have to make a choc cake with pb frosting as my brother in law's wedding cake this weekend and wanted the more elegant look of fondant, just to double check with the recipe...so I have to add the peanut butter when I'm heating the milk & gelatin over the double boiler?
never mind....I re-read the post, sorry been under the weather. I think it was my meds asking the stupid question earlier. But thanks for posting!
Reeses Peanut Butter Cups and Reeses Peanut Butte Chips
written out they look too much the same in my little pea brain.
I had to really read all the posts above to understand.
I kept picturing a bunch of milk chocolate candies going into the fondant......
sorry - I realized this was from 2009...too long ago to comment.