Satin Ice Black Fondant

Decorating By Queenstarr Updated 23 Oct 2012 , 4:17am by missamylynn06

Queenstarr Posted 22 Oct 2012 , 7:47pm
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I don't know if this question has been asked but does anyone else have frustration with Satin Ice's black fondant? I love the consistency it has, easy to work with etc....BUT when I use it to cut out shapes and it starts to dry, the shapes end up with the "elephant skin". I apply shorting to the piece afterwards - but I wouldn't think to add the shorting prior because the fondant is so moist to being with. Does any one else share my frustration or it is just my craziness?

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Lynne3 Posted 22 Oct 2012 , 8:25pm
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I have found that I have to knead it a lot to get it more elastic and friendly. Then I keep any extra I'm not using in a plastic bag.

lilmissbakesalot Posted 22 Oct 2012 , 9:15pm
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It does dry out fast, so it's not just you. If you keep the pieces covered (I like to put them in a zipper top bag) until you need them they will not dry out and get all wrinkly.

icer101 Posted 22 Oct 2012 , 9:44pm
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I love Duff's black fondant for decos. It taste good and it is very workable.

BlakesCakes Posted 23 Oct 2012 , 1:07am
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Originally Posted by icer101

I love Duff's black fondant for decos. It taste good and it is very workable.

Me, too!


sweetcakes Posted 23 Oct 2012 , 3:45am
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wiltons box of black fondant is surprisinly really good.. its nice and true black, tastes pretty good and handles lovely. might want to give it a try.

missamylynn06 Posted 23 Oct 2012 , 4:17am
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I have the same problem with satin ice black glad im not the only one. Im going to try another brand and hope for the best icon_smile.gif

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