Refrigerating Fondant Accents?

Decorating By fcakes Updated 10 Jul 2012 , 3:13pm by step0nmi

fcakes Posted 9 Jul 2012 , 10:02pm
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fcakes Posted 9 Jul 2012 , 10:15pm
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Or how about black candy clay? I think it would be faster to make than black fondant. Can I refrigerate candy clay accents?

step0nmi Posted 9 Jul 2012 , 10:45pm
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i do believe that that looks like all chocolate and then maybe a royal icing accent. fondant accessories being refrigerated for that long can become mushy once you bring them out of the fridge.

fcakes Posted 9 Jul 2012 , 11:33pm
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Thnx! Or how about candy clay? I'm thinking chocolate could be messy piping straight lines like that...

step0nmi Posted 10 Jul 2012 , 12:13am
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Thnx! Or how about candy clay? I'm thinking chocolate could be messy piping straight lines like that...



well, if you look at the picture they did a nice job...but they're not even in piping. you have to think about how small those cake pops are and to try and get candy clay or anything that small of a line might be difficult...yes, a clay extruder might work. why not test it first to see what you like!? icon_wink.gif

BakingIrene Posted 10 Jul 2012 , 2:01am
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Candy clay is OK in the fridge.

fcakes Posted 10 Jul 2012 , 11:47am
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Thnx everyone... I ended up using black candy melts with a toothpick icon_smile.gif

step0nmi Posted 10 Jul 2012 , 3:13pm
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Thnx everyone... I ended up using black candy melts with a toothpick icon_smile.gif




how did they turn out!?

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