Has Anybody Run Across This?

Decorating By simplyput Updated 8 Nov 2009 , 12:14am by simplyput

simplyput Posted 7 Nov 2009 , 6:09pm
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formable icing it's 1 tbs of liquid glucose 1 egg white and 1lb of confections sugar. is this like fondant? where can i find glucose is it corn syrup? any help would be great!

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Texas_Rose Posted 7 Nov 2009 , 6:11pm
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It looks a little like a gumpaste recipe without the gum.

You can get glucose at the craft store. It's thicker than corn syrup.

What are you making with it?

simplyput Posted 7 Nov 2009 , 6:16pm
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they had a picture in a cake book that they actually covered the cake thats why i was wondering if its like fondant and how it taste? Can you make figures with it? do they dry

Texas_Rose Posted 7 Nov 2009 , 6:24pm
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I found a recipe similar to that in an old gourmet cookbook that I had. It looked like the simplest fondant recipe I'd ever seen, so I made it, substituting corn syrup for the glucose. It didn't come out too great...no stretch at all. I ended up using it for decorations and once it was on the cake, the grease from the buttercream climbed up the decorations and wilted them.

Have you made marshmallow fondant before?

simplyput Posted 7 Nov 2009 , 6:48pm
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yes but it comes out too shiney and i don't like that, can i do anything about that?

Texas_Rose Posted 7 Nov 2009 , 7:15pm
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Roll it out on cornstarch instead of crisco icon_biggrin.gif

BlakesCakes Posted 7 Nov 2009 , 8:08pm
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Sort of a rolled buttercream recipe with heavy duty corn syrup (glucose) and an added egg white.

No, it won't have any stretch.

Honestly, there are much better recipes out there--no need to buy glucose and deal with it's peculiarities and cost, etc. Less frustration and greater workability.


simplyput Posted 8 Nov 2009 , 12:14am
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love you GUYS Thanks cc'ers

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