I have learned how much you all love fondarific and Duff's new stuff and will try both. Thanks for helping with all your feedback . I really love to hear your thoughts as it's really helpful. So now, I usually do cakes in buttercream and am just starting with fondant. I was wondering does freezing fondant affect it? I love sending my cakes out frozen since they travel well this way and I've never had complaints about anything going wrong with them. Thanks, Maura
I don't know that I would freeze fondant after it's on a cake. It might leave water spots when it thaws. But you could try it on a practice cake and see.
I've never frozen dark colored fondant cakes but have never had a problem with light colors. Take it out of the freezer the night before so it thaws and dries before you need it.
I have learned how much you all love fondarific and Duff's new stuff and will try both.
Just so you know "Duff's new stuff" is fondarific, so i would just buy whichever one you can get cheaper (some people say they can get Duff's cheaper per pound with coupons - for me it's still cheaper to order fondarific and have it shipped)