I am planning on using this recipe for my granddaughters 1st birthday. The dram of LoRann is it an extract? All I could find was oil and the salesman said it waas way to much. I need some help quick I want to start in the next couple of days. Also, the cake is a tiered, 12 in. sq., 9 in. hex., 6 in. rd. I need 6 colors for covering cakes and making pieces for decoration. Any suggestions as to how many recipes of fondant to make? I am also going to try using the Amazing Chocolate WASC Cake but subing yellow cake for the chocolate and omiting coffee. Again, any suggestions on how many recipes to use. I have always just used DH following the directions on the box. I am stepping out of the box here and want this to turn out delious Anyone feel like helping me out? I love decorating and really want to get into it more reg. since I am going to retire from teaching soon. Sorry this is so long with so many questions. (((hugs)))
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Haven't tried that particular fondant recipe, but here's some guidance for figuring out how many times to increase your WASC recipe: http://www.wilton.com/wedding/wedding-cakes/wedding-cake-data.cfm
You'll just need to measure how many cups your original recipe makes, then do the math for each of your sizes.
Thank you so much!!! On my way way there now
LoRann oil is candy flavoring you can purchase at any cake supply store. It is very strong so be careful. A dram is an entire bottle. I add five to six drops to my fondant I have never tried and entire bottle.
Thank you I will be very careful with this oil.