Fondant Accents On Cake Pops

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aces413 Posted 4 Jul 2011 , 10:27pm
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My mom just had her knee replaced, so I'm sending her a little care package with cake pops and cookies. I just started making cake pops a few days ago (when I got the Babycakes pop maker), so I don't know that much about them. I'm dipping them in white chocolate and then adding little fondant flowers...but I'm not sure if I should attach them to the pops while the chocolate is still sticky, or let them cool and then attach the fondant with royal icing? I just made some the other day, so I have it on-hand. Does it matter which method I use?

And to complicate the matter, I will be shipping them to Tennessee in this crazy I'm going to be keeping them in the fridge until I ship them (with ice packs and foil, etc, of course). I know that the fondant will probably start sweating once I take them out of the fridge, so I'm not really sure what to do...? Thoughts? They will be wrapped individually, so will that keep the condensation away from the fondant?

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