At my local CashnCarry They have 50lb bags of super fine fondant powdered sugar. I was wondering if anyone knows what this is. I make all my own fondant (mmf) I was wondering if this is a better powdered sugar to use. Is it called fondant because that is what it is specifically used for? Anyone hear of this before?
Probably for fondant candy cream centers in chocolate candies.
A Canadian Product:
Ingredients: Sugar and Invert Sugar
Micro-sized crystals of pure cane sugar have been bonded with invert sugar to produce white, free-flowing porous particles resistant to caking. TWICE AS FINE AS REGULAR POWDERED SUGAR, IT IS DESIGNATED XX (as opposed to supermarket X).[i] Source: Amerfond Fondant Sugar