Anyone use Fat Daddio's Proseries fondant? How does it compare to Satin Ice? I'm so tired of Satin Ice ripping and cracking. I have tried everything to get it nice and smooth!! I'm looking to switch fondant brands. Any suggestions? I looked at the website that I order from and saw Fat Daddio's brand.
Hi! Im ordering some and giving it a shot - Satin Ice leaves much to be desired and Fondarific isn't good for every application. I'll let you know!
I recently saw this Fat Daddio's fondant on the site I get my supplies from. Does anyone know how it compares to the other major brands?
So did anyone try it out? How did it go? What's the verdict?
I haven't tried it yet but it is on sale at Global Sugar Art
I have been using it since October and I LOVE it!!! The taste is great and doesn't overpower the buttercream that I put under it and it has a much better/longer workability than Satin Ice. I like it better than any other fondant that I have tried.
I have been getting mine at CakeSupplies4U
Oh, wow! Thank you, Ginypher! I will give it a try then! :)
I used it for the first time yesterday. Very easy to work with. The biggest surprise was that there were very few air bubbles when rolling it out. I always have a lot of them for some reason. The first roll out had only one, and the second, none. I was really amazed. Dunno if that was a fluke, but I'm impressed.
As far as taste, it's fondant. Not much else I can say :).
One thing about their black fondant, it is BLACK. It stained my wooden work table a little, as well as my hands. I finished needing it with gloves on. I only used it for some black branches, but I'm curious if it would stain your mouth.
I really like it as a whole though. I had better results than Fondx, Chocopan, and Fonderific.
I haven't tried the fondant, but their gumpaste is the best I've tried.
I was accustomed to using to Satin Ice before this and let me tell you, this fondant is boss. I live in the Caribbean and I have NO issues. The best fondant I've tasted, hands down.