Candy Mold For Fondant???

Decorating By southernswthrt Updated 14 Oct 2011 , 6:52am by auntginn

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southernswthrt Posted 14 Oct 2011 , 4:24am
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Do you think the fleur de lis in that picture is made of chocolates or fondant? If fondant, how do you use the candy mold with fondant?

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sugarmommy83 Posted 14 Oct 2011 , 4:50am
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Well its easy to see why u would be perplexed by that! its so hard to tell! It could be either one. i have used fondant in candy molds however, and its easy and quite nice. You just need to dust the mold with some icing sugar/cornstarch first to prevent the fondant from sticking, then you just press the fondant in and wait for it to harden a bit before u remove it. The only problem (so i've been told) is that once you put icing sugar/cornstarch in the mold if u want to reuse it for chocolate/candies later they will not come out as shiny and nice.The icing sugar/cornstarch must scratch it or something. Perhaps you will need to just use it for fondant! Thats what i do. hth!

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carmijok Posted 14 Oct 2011 , 5:57am
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That looks like white chocolate to me. I've used fondant in candy molds before too, but it's not as smooth as what's pictured.

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auntginn Posted 14 Oct 2011 , 6:52am
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I agree with carmijok

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