Can I Cover Cheesecake In Fondant Or Modeling Chocolate

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ravenbeaulieu Posted 25 Sep 2013 , 4:52pm
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APlz help i need info asap and can i. Bake a cheese cake in a 9 by 13 inch pan

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kimmisue2009 Posted 25 Sep 2013 , 5:09pm
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ANot sure about the baking part, but Elegant Cheesecakes out of California has been wrapping their cheesecakes in modeling chocolate and what they call "chocolate paper" for at least ten or fifteen years. Good luck!

ravenbeaulieu Posted 25 Sep 2013 , 5:21pm
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wubis2002 Posted 25 Sep 2013 , 7:41pm
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AYes you can. I don't know the cooking time. I just know when my cheesecake is done. I have made square cakes. Layer the bottom in parchment paper and up the sides. When it cooked and compleatly chilled you can flip it out and use the perfect squared bottom as the top. I usually ice mine in a light cream cheese frosting then cover in fondant. You will need to always keep it refrigerated. I hope that helps. I see 9x13 cheese cakes on Kraft's website but I have never made one. It may help with the timing. I would imagine modeling chocolate would taste much better too.

ravenbeaulieu Posted 26 Sep 2013 , 4:06am
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AThanks alot this was very helpful

candyladies Posted 26 Sep 2013 , 11:57am
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AI did a wedding using cheecake and actually frosted them in buttercream. Fabulous!

bundlesofjoy Posted 26 Sep 2013 , 10:05pm
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AI covered a cheescake with buttercream and used rolled fondant ([URL=]fondx[/URL]) and it held great with no issues.

ravenbeaulieu Posted 27 Sep 2013 , 4:36pm
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