Fondant Feathers Help

Decorating By aellis3020 Updated 25 Nov 2019 , 5:19pm by -K8memphis

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aellis3020 Posted 19 Nov 2019 , 1:08pm
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So I have to do 840 plated chessecakes for NYE......obviously I wanna start early lol. I'm putting fondant feathers on top as a garnish....my issue is I want to plate them all up and freeze them. But with the feathers being fondant I was wondering if they will still stand once thawed back out? I have fondx brand fondant since it seems as if it can be frozen/ refrigerated well. 

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Freckles0829 Posted 19 Nov 2019 , 2:21pm
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My suggestion would be to test it.  Make a few feathers, stick them up right how you would in your cheesecakes, freeze them and then thaw them.  See what happens.

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aellis3020 Posted 19 Nov 2019 , 4:10pm
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bubs1stbirthday Posted 19 Nov 2019 , 11:01pm
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Given how thin feathers are I would err on the side of caution and only place them on after defrosting the cheesecakes. Once dried you can stack the feathers (carefully) in cardboard box - don't use airtight plastic as they will all soften and collapse - and they will keep really well.

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aellis3020 Posted 19 Nov 2019 , 11:31pm
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Thanks

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SandraSmiley Posted 22 Nov 2019 , 3:16pm
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bump

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-K8memphis Posted 25 Nov 2019 , 5:19pm
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