Mirror Glaze Questions

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gidgetdoescakes Posted 7 Mar 2017 , 9:55pm
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Has any

one ever put fondant or modeling chocolate accents on the side of the cake...does the glaze harden?


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kakeladi Posted 7 Mar 2017 , 11:09pm
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Don't understand your ? as neither fondant nor modeling choco  have a glaze on them.   What type of icing have you used on the cake?   


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gidgetdoescakes Posted 10 Mar 2017 , 6:20am
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Lol no...I mean if I use a poured mirror glaze over a cake does it stay soft...or does it stiffen and I can put gel balls and fondant accents on that

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Bakerlady2 Posted 10 Mar 2017 , 2:36pm
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The glaze when it sets up has a jello jiggler consistency, soft and rubbery.  I would think if your talking about something heavy like a flower, you would need to stick into the cake . the glaze won't hold it up IMHP.


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Kerryleigh Posted 10 Mar 2017 , 4:52pm
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From my experience you can't put much on the sides except for around the bottom. But you can on top. Like bakerlady said it is kind of like a jello jiggler consistency. If what you want to add won't be sitting on the board my guess would be to use a long toothpick (or something like that) & make sure its anchored deep into the cake. I'd love to know how it turns out!

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gidgetdoescakes Posted 14 Mar 2017 , 8:26pm
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thanks girls I guess I will try that another time then.

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Canaanscakes Posted 17 Mar 2017 , 6:20am
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Hi Ladies. Can i put mirror glaze over a cake covered in fondant?


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