Fondant With Tylose

Decorating By Susie0530 Updated 5 Aug 2011 , 6:14pm by KoryAK

Susie0530 Posted 5 Aug 2011 , 11:43am
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I need your advice please..... icon_lol.gif

Since I didn't have any gumpaste available I used fondant with a good amount of tylose added for some cake toppers. The problem is that it is still too soft. It has been 3 days!!. Is there a way to make them harder or should I just redo them out of gumpaste? This is for a cake for next week. Btw, I used Duff's fondant.

Anyone?

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bashini Posted 5 Aug 2011 , 4:19pm
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Hi there, fondant mix with tylose won't set hard as gumpaste. What did you make with the paste?

Susie0530 Posted 5 Aug 2011 , 4:24pm
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I am making a shoe and was using this for the straps.

bashini Posted 5 Aug 2011 , 4:58pm
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I would use gumpaste for the shoes. I always use gumpaste to make the shoes. icon_smile.gif

Susie0530 Posted 5 Aug 2011 , 5:01pm
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Thank you Bashini. I will be making that trip to the store for more gumpaste. thumbs_up.gif

bashini Posted 5 Aug 2011 , 5:06pm
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You are welcome! thumbs_up.gif

KoryAK Posted 5 Aug 2011 , 6:14pm
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If I remember correctly, the "Duff" fondant that you can get from craft stores is really fonarific which does not dry out. (Duff fondant from commercial sources like decopac.com is Satin Ice on the inside). Adding tylose to other brands (like Satin Ice) does make it work like gumpaste - that's what we use for all out figures.

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