Need Corn Free Recipes To Use With Cricut Cake

Baking By BakingInSeattle Updated 14 Mar 2011 , 6:19pm by ibmoser

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BakingInSeattle Posted 14 Mar 2011 , 5:02pm
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I just purchased a Cricut Cake (yesterday!) and am eager to try it. So far my cookies have turned out great.

My problem is that my son is allergic to anything corn so I don't use corn syrup (I use golden sugar syrup) and use powdered sugar with potato starch instead of corn starch.

I tried making my own modeling chocolate and that's been a mess. Any recipes for making my own frosting sheets or recipes for gum paste or fondant without corn syrup or corn starch would be most welcome.

I am interested in the marshmallow fondant and there is a ricemallow cream that we eat but I'm not sure if the texture would be correct?

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ibmoser Posted 14 Mar 2011 , 6:19pm
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You can substitute glucose for corn syrup in almost any sugar paste recipe or candy clay recipe (glucose is from grapes or honey according to the info I found through Google). Wilton sells glucose, but you can get it from other sources for a lower price. Use powdered sugar made with your blender instead of cornstarch to roll out any of the pastes. I have no idea how to make your own frosting sheets...

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