Snowflakes With (gasp!) Fondant!?

Yes, my time was becoming very limited last week with 11 orders of cookies due....about 850!! I did the fondant basecoat and used my royal and sanding sugar on top.

I have to say though, it didn't save me a ton of time on these 250 snowflake cookies...and I was really worried that the royal icing was so much easier to chip off than on a basecoat of royal icing. Fast? Well, a bit. Easier? Not in my opinion.

Comments

flourgrl Says... 8 years ago

Well they look great all the same!

mitsel8 Says... 8 years ago

They look beautiful as usual! Thanks for the info, I think i'll stick to the royal icing.

JasmineRose Says... 8 years ago

Those are gorgeous!

nicoles-a-tryin Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful!!! Love them!!! What is sanding sugar? if you dont mind? Thanks.

antonia74 Says... 8 years ago

It's a coarser-grained sugar that is mostly used for detailing/decoration because it doesn't break down during baking if you apply it beforehand and it sparkles a lot more than just regular granulated sugar that you get at the grocery store.

flourgrl Says... 8 years ago

Well they look great all the same!

mitsel8 Says... 8 years ago

They look beautiful as usual! Thanks for the info, I think i'll stick to the royal icing.

JasmineRose Says... 8 years ago

Those are gorgeous!

nicoles-a-tryin Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful!!! Love them!!! What is sanding sugar? if you dont mind? Thanks.

antonia74 Says... 8 years ago

It's a coarser-grained sugar that is mostly used for detailing/decoration because it doesn't break down during baking if you apply it beforehand and it sparkles a lot more than just regular granulated sugar that you get at the grocery store.


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