Fondant Scrambled Eggs

Decorating By bvwilliams Updated 19 Aug 2018 , 2:50am by me_me1

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bvwilliams Posted 17 Aug 2018 , 10:39pm
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Does any know how to make fondant look like scrambled eggs or like an omelet? Is there a tutorial somewhere for it?  I want to make a cake that looks like a platter of assorted breakfast foods for my Sunday school class breakfast.


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WYBee Posted 18 Aug 2018 , 1:59am
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I've never tried this, but my first thought is to do a white and yellow marbled fondant. Shape it into a roughly egg shaped piece and then use a clean washcloth or towel to give it some texture. After trying that I'd see what changes would be needed to make it look right.

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-K8memphis Posted 18 Aug 2018 , 12:31pm
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this was not in your idea but -- if you do a sunny side up -- brush it with a solution of water + gum arabic for a nice shiny surface like a real one -- i'd just make a real sunny side up egg and then whip out the white & yellow fondant -- maybe some gold/brown to put a little crispy on the edges -- and match the real one --

or use some piping gel and do a broken egg slithering down the side of the cake --

don't mind me -- i had a pretty good sleep last night and i'm dangerous today --

but make an omelette or get a good picture and copy it blush

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whatthedogate Posted 18 Aug 2018 , 3:19pm
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I think I would use buttercream for scrambled eggs. 

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bvwilliams Posted 18 Aug 2018 , 7:55pm
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Great ideas.  Thank you everyone.

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me_me1 Posted 19 Aug 2018 , 2:50am
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Mmmm, scrambled eggs....  so hungry right now.

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