Fondant

Decorating By stojmenov Updated 27 May 2009 , 8:41pm by tiggy2

stojmenov Posted 22 May 2009 , 3:04pm
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WHAT IS THE BEST TASTING FONDANT THAT I CAN PURCHASE... WILTON IS GOOD FOR MOLDING BUT I WANT SOMETHING THAT I CAN MOLD/SCULPT WITH BUT THAT DOESN'T LEAVE PEOPLE TAKING IT OFF THE CAKE!??!

BTW I AM FROM THE TORONTO, ON CANADA AREA... SO HELP!

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Minstrelmiss Posted 22 May 2009 , 3:07pm
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Satin Ice but they will still peel it off icon_razz.gif

Good luck icon_smile.gif

alliebear Posted 22 May 2009 , 3:08pm
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McCall's has pretty good fondant and is decently priced they have a website and deliver. its tastes like fondant but they do have white chocolate fondant and chocolate fondant and they sell it pre colored as well.
http://www.mccalls-cakes.com/

they also sell other cake things like tools

alliebear Posted 22 May 2009 , 3:09pm
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oh and i find that the majority of ppl will peel of fondant regardless of how good it is because it is soo sweet in combination with icing and cake

Nyree Posted 22 May 2009 , 3:10pm
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I would suggest using SatinIce, it tastes great, and their chocolate tastes just like a tootsie roll. You can go onto globalsugarart they have great prices, and ship quickly, their customer service is great. Not sure if they ship to your area but you can definitely check with them

Rylan Posted 23 May 2009 , 9:52am
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I would suggest Satin Ice also, although I still hate the taste. You can try out Jennifer Dontz semi home made recipe. It uses ready made fondant.

stojmenov Posted 25 May 2009 , 2:43pm
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As I see it Satin Ice seems to be the way to go... FOLLOW up Question: How is it for molding? will it harden like Wilton's? but with a slightly better taste?

Rylan Posted 26 May 2009 , 2:34am
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I will harden eventually but if you ad tylost in it, it would harden faster.

Rylan Posted 26 May 2009 , 10:22am
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I mean add tylose.

G_Cakes Posted 26 May 2009 , 10:54am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by RylanTy

I would suggest also, although I still hate the taste. You can try out Jennifer Dontz semi home made recipe. It uses ready made fondant.




Just tried doing a search for this recipe and came up short...is it posted on CC?

Rylan Posted 26 May 2009 , 11:05am
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Oh you actually have to get her DVD for the recipe. I'm sure you will never come back to anything else after you try hers.

stojmenov Posted 26 May 2009 , 12:51pm
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So she has 2 dvd's which one has the recipe? or which is the better of the two?

Rylan Posted 26 May 2009 , 9:18pm
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Its "The easy and Tasty Way to perfect fondant". You can also email her to ask about things you would like to know. She is such a nice person and is willing to help you.

I'm not sure which is better but both will be worth it. If you prefer getting the fondant recipe, check out the dvd I just mentioned.

Goo luck =]

diane Posted 26 May 2009 , 11:29pm
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i just purchased some chocopan white chocolate fondant and it's out of this world! icon_biggrin.gif

tiggy2 Posted 27 May 2009 , 8:41pm
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I think the recipe is on both of her DVDs. McCalls and choc-o-pan are both very good. I've never had anyone peel choc-o-pan off of a cake. I haven't found anyone in the US that sells McCalls so I haven't been able to buy it but I did taste it at ICES and it was delicious.

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