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post #16 of 28
I find Michele Foster's easy to work with if I add a little shortening and some more powdered sugar and even a teaspoon of CMC/tylose per pound. I live where it's humid, too, and I almost always have to do this to my fondant to make it work, no matter what kind I use. You can get FondX from Global Sugar Arts, btw.
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post #17 of 28
Michele Foster's FOR SURE!!! Made it twice now, followed the recipe exactly as stated and did not have any problems. This fondant is soooo good. I just made it this weekend, and every one of my guests ate the fondant and was asking for more of it. First time I've been to a party where I saw all the guests eat the fondant....most don't like it, but Michele's is really delish!
post #18 of 28
I love Fondx!

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post #19 of 28
I like Rhonda's MMF recipe on here. It works perfect for me everytime and tastes great. Since I am just a hobby baker I can't justify the cost of the premade brands right now.
post #20 of 28
FondX Buttercream fondant is to die for!!! I can eat it like candy!!!
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post #21 of 28
I like the Buttercream flavored Satin Ice and the White Chocolate ChocoPan.
post #22 of 28
Satin ice! Hands down
post #23 of 28
White Chocolate Choco-Pan.
post #24 of 28
i like the taste and texture of the Satin Ice Buttercream--though I agree that the deeply colored varieties taste chemical.

I love the taste of Fondarific, but it is too soft for me. So maybe as a cover but not detail decorations.

I have a bunch of Fondx and Fondx Elite that i picked up at Cake Camp for a song ($5 a 2 lb tub!)
post #25 of 28
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Originally Posted by DrewsCrows

i use mmf but i have to believe it is not the easiest to work with. especially here in texas where it's humid. i've used fondx before, it's fantastic, but i just can't get over the price of fondant when i can make it so cheap. plus, my customers LOVE me for my mmf!

wilton? heck no.
? might as well be wilton.



agree with the comments on Wilton and Satin Ice.
post #26 of 28

Could you please share the recipe

post #27 of 28

MMF and Duff (Ace of Cakes) brand. 

post #28 of 28

Satin Ice vanilla is my favorite one and I found that this is the one kids like the most.

 

I hope that helps :-)

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