AHi all! Tomorrow night I am going to try MFF for the firt time. I tied to read as much as I could with regards to the recipe, so maybe I missed this, but when the recipe calls for cream, does that mean heavy whipping cream?
A[S][/S]I use heavy whipping cream, but I understand from Michelle's notes or comments to her recipe, that any cream or even milk can be used. She lists other liquids too. MF posts under sugarflowers and has a thread where she responded to many questions, so you might want to look at that too.
Hmm, that's interesting. I don't add any HWC or milk into my MMF recipe. Just marshmallows, a tablespoon of water and powdered sugar until it reaches the consistency I want. I'm not sure what adding the heavy whipping cream will even do. Sorry I can't help more!
Salt Lake City- Michele Foster's Fondant recipe calls for cream- no marshmallows. It is used by many here on Cc and is very good from what I hear and i am excited to try it.
here is the link to the recipe:
Oohhh, marshmallow CREAM! Got it! haha, I was thinking that would be weird with my recipe :) Thank you for clearing that up!
Salt Cake City
The question of the OP was referring to MFF (Michele Foster's Fondant), not MMF (marshmallow fondant). All these acronyms get so confusing.
I use half and half, cause I already keep it stocked for my coffee, heavy cream is absolutely not necessary.
I use heavy cream (so that I can turn any leftovers into butter), but you can honestly use whatever is on hand. Any liquid should work.