Fondant In Hot Weather

Decorating By orianaklump Updated 19 Apr 2011 , 5:08pm by dukeswalker

orianaklump Posted 19 Apr 2011 , 3:46pm
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I'm making a baby shower cake for my sister in Las Vegas. It'll be around 100 degrees out there, i think. It's dry heat, not at all humid. It's going to be a pretty big cake....I doubt it'll hold up outside, but will it be okay indoors at 80 to 85 degrees? I'm planning on using marshmallow fondant to cover the cake. Would a different kind of fondant work better? Please help!

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Buttercream_warrior Posted 19 Apr 2011 , 3:53pm
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i live in south texas..and we have 110 degree weather with super humidity..and my fondant cakes always hold up....i use both mmf and somtimes wiltons..you should be ok!!in fact if i know its going to be outside i will only do fondant cus buttercream will melt fast!

Nusi Posted 19 Apr 2011 , 3:57pm
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if its not humid and the cake is not in direct sun light it will be fine! go for it icon_wink.gif i use MMF and i live in the middle east its hot and my cakes survives !

dukeswalker Posted 19 Apr 2011 , 4:00pm
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What do you use under your fondant?

orianaklump Posted 19 Apr 2011 , 4:03pm
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I use butterecream under my fondant....would that be alright?

Buttercream_warrior Posted 19 Apr 2011 , 4:04pm
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i dont know if that question was directed at me..buti use a thin layer of buttercream.just enough to make the fondant stick to the cake.

orianaklump Posted 19 Apr 2011 , 4:17pm
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You guys are all awesome for responding so fast! icon_smile.gif Thank you!!!

dukeswalker Posted 19 Apr 2011 , 5:08pm
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agreed! thanks for the info. I've just recently REALLY started making cakes and with the summer coming up I was getting fairly nervous!

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