My bride wants ivory MMF. Not beige, not plain off-white that it is normally. How do I achieve this?
maybe add in a little more vanilla in place of water? i've heard bad stuff about wilton's ivory gel turning orange-ish so i'd stear clear of that :/ i'll be needed ivory fondant in may so i'm watching this thread closely! heehee
Been using wilton's ivory color for 16 yrs. Love it. Never had a problem with it turning any color but ivory. The ones that have the problem are using too much. hth
Try some with a very small bit of brown food coloring gel. I wouldn't add it to the whole bunch of fondant. Start with a softball size ball of fondant and add a drop of gel with a toothpick and see how that blends first.
I just made some fondant ivory. Didn't add much. Actually ended up using a little gold pearl dust on them (they were small flowers) to get them more ivory colored. I have had a problem with my buttercream turning too orangy with the Wilton ivory. It takes very little! And I find it darkens a little over time. But that's with buttercream. I didn't have that problem with fondant. Good luck!
Thank you, everyone. I added a little more mexican vanilla and got BEAUTIFUL invory fondant. My cake is going to be gorgeous!
I've used the Wilton Ivory color in bc, fondant AND lightweight plaster. Every one of them turned a nasty rancid orangy color. I'd never use it again unless I wanted something to look rancid orange.