Poured Fondant

Decorating By Acjohnson Updated 25 Oct 2010 , 11:35pm by Acjohnson

Acjohnson Posted 25 Oct 2010 , 10:26pm
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I am planing a lego cake and came across tutorials on liquid fondant. Is this a good idea for 2x4 and 2x2 cake blocks? Is it a disaster in waiting?
TIA

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chelleb1974 Posted 25 Oct 2010 , 10:45pm
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I believe liquid fondant is for candies, like chocolate covered cherries. It is sold in powder form, and turns liquid inside the chocolate. I'm sure if I'm wrong, someone will correct me.

If that's not what you meant, then I'm sorry I misunderstood.

~Chelle

CWR41 Posted 25 Oct 2010 , 10:46pm
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If you're talking about poured fondant... yes, it's the only way to go for messing with tiny blocks (like petit fours).

Don't know which tutorials you've seen... hope this one helps:
Petit Fours Tutorial w/recipes:
http://www.mahalo.com/how-to-make-petit-fours

Acjohnson Posted 25 Oct 2010 , 11:25pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by chelleb1974

I believe liquid fondant is for candies, like chocolate covered cherries. It is sold in powder form, and turns liquid inside the chocolate. I'm sure if I'm wrong, someone will correct me.

If that's not what you meant, then I'm sorry I misunderstood.

~Chelle



Sorry, I meant poured fondant

Acjohnson Posted 25 Oct 2010 , 11:35pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by CWR41

If you're talking about poured fondant... yes, it's the only way to go for messing with tiny blocks (like petit fours).

Don't know which tutorials you've seen... hope this one helps:
Petit Fours Tutorial w/recipes:
http://www.mahalo.com/how-to-make-petit-fours



Thank you for that tutorial!

I wonder if I can torte them, the birthday boy really wants chocolate buttercream. Anyone know?

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