HoustonTX1970 Posted 4 Aug 2012 , 12:46am
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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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Blueridgebuttercream Posted 4 Aug 2012 , 4:04pm
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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.

Good luck!

HoustonTX1970 Posted 4 Aug 2012 , 4:41pm
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Thank you so much!!! On my way way there now icon_biggrin.gif

sweettreat101 Posted 4 Aug 2012 , 5:56pm
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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.

HoustonTX1970 Posted 5 Aug 2012 , 2:18am
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Thank you I will be very careful with this oil.

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