How would u rec. storing it in the Ziploc in the refridgerator or on a shelf and how long is it good for?
I store my fondant and gumpaste in my Foodsaver bags. It removes all of the air and I can keep on the shelf for quite awhile, at least a month.
how is this for cakes? easy to use? i usually use marshmallow fondant but i find it sooo inconsistent... one time it's great, the next dry... the next sticky...
This keeps really well in a ziploc bag or the foodsaver bags and last for a few weeks on the counter at least. I wouldn't recommend this for cakes, it is pretty heavy so I'm sure it would tear. However it works really great on cookies.
I really like your recipes... but, I would like you to tell me the MARZIPAN RECIPE. Thanks Aly
Sorry Alycya, I don't have a Marzipan recipe.
Wtare, I just made this today and let me tell you, much easier to make than I thought it would be. I did microwave it about a minute longer (15 seconds at a time) I used cooking spray on my bowl and utensils for an easy clean up! I can't wait to make my cookies and use it on them. I took a little taste and it was very good. Thanks so much for the recipe.
I am used to using MMF, per Peggy Weaver's recipe. How is this different than that?
does it taste better than regular fondant
Can you paint on this using watered down gel food coloring?
Where can i find Sweetex?
What purpose does the corn syrup have in the fondant? I've made it before but not with corn syrup.
I've never used any kind of fondant. I need to make a cake for school with cutout stars. Could I use this recipe and roll out the stars from the MRB and attach them to dowels? Any tips would be appreciate. Thanks,
I made this but it seems too sticky and flimsy when rolling it out. Could it be it needs more ps? I know the recipe called for 4-6 lbs, but was that correct? I did get it on cookies and what I really liked was that I could shape it. The tops never did get firm. Any help?
This is very easy to work with, and tastes great! Thanks for sharing!
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