can you add other flavors?.. or do u thik it would come out funky?
I have added maple and it turned out fine :)
can i melt it using toaster oven?
I have never worked with fondant and my husband has hated the taste of it in his past !!! To me this sounds good. my eye sight is poorly so I couldn't read how much this recipe made. Could you tell me and how to double it or such.
Unexperienced fondant maker,Holly
I always use clear vanilla extract for the flavoring which makes it taste very good.
frustratedbakerme: I'm not certain, but I wouldn't use the toaster oven for melting anything that you don't want to burn! If you don't have a microwave, melt the marshmallows the same way you would for rice cereal treats--in a sauce pot on the stove, but at really low temp.
Re: 6 cups powdered sugar (use pure cane sugar, so it doesn’t leave gooey bits)
Dumb question but I'm curious does this mean that I can substitute the powdered sugar with the pure cane sugar? And won't feel grainy?
Ailiak: No, you still must use powdered sugar. Some PS brands are already cut with corn starch, therefore not pure cane sugar. Do not use granulated sugar, it won't work. Hope this helps:)
Thank you, but I just noticed that my name is under someone else's question & my question has moxey2000 name instead of mine lol
Sugar is made of different products, one is from pure sugar cane, and the other is from beets. When I said use pure cane sugar, I meant pure cane POWDERED sugar.
In Colorado that would typically be a sugar that is made in Hawaii, such as C&H sugar. Sorry for the confusion.
*AAARRGG, sorry I did it again! C&H "POWDERED" sugar