Covering A Cheesecake With Fondarific?

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StephsCakes72 Posted 24 Jun 2010 , 12:08pm
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Hello everyone!

I was wondering if anyone has covered a cheesecake with fondarific. I've searched a few threads and saw that the main potential problems that other CC'ers have come up with would be that cheesecake must remain cold and fondant should not be refrigerated. However, I noticed on the Fondarific container that this brand can be frozen.

Any thoughts or suggestions? My fiance and I are wanting something other than the traditional wedding cake....well mostly it's him. Poor guy has taste tested my cakes more than a little bit. icon_wink.gif


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karateka Posted 26 Jun 2010 , 8:59am
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I haven't done it yet. But I plan to. I can't imagine why it wouldn't work, esp if you roll it nice and thin.

I find that most fondant can be refrigerated but once you take it out you have to keep from touching it until the condensation is gone and it's nice and dry.

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StephsCakes72 Posted 27 Jun 2010 , 12:38am
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Thank you! Please let me know how it does if you do! icon_smile.gif

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