Fondant And Modeling Chocolate Mix.....

Decorating By manda7206 Updated 23 Mar 2017 , 3:32pm by jgifford

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manda7206 Posted 23 Mar 2017 , 3:42am
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Hey everyonewave this is my first time posting but I have a question I'm hoping some of you might be able to help, I am wanting to make a fondant/modeling chocolate mix and I was wondering if any of you have used it to sculpt? is this a good medium to use. I have used just modeling chocolate but it gets way to soft way to fast. I usually use fondant/gum paste mix but I don't like the way you cant blend creases together.  how many of you have tried sculpting with modeling chocolate/fondant mix? Do you like it? Pros and cons? is it even worth making? I wish there was something with a clay like consistency! let me hear your thoughts on this subject, thanks for taking the time to read my post!

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jgifford Posted 23 Mar 2017 , 3:32pm
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I have done this many times. I generally cover my cakes in modeling chocolate since it tastes so much better, but it just won't hold up by itself for things like flowers or figures.

I use a 50/50 mix for flowers and it works well. The fondant and modeling chocolate mix together easily and don't separate.

Go for it! 

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