Fondant Cakes

  • Quick Pour Fondant Icing
    Quick-Pour Fondant Icing is a great choice for covering cakes, cupcakes, cookies or petits fours with a dazzling silky finish. Place lightly iced cakes, cupcakes (narrow end up) or petits fours on cooling grid above a drip pan before pouring.
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  • Marshmallow Fondant
    This simple fondant recipe uses ingredients which are probably already in your pantry. It's softer than our standard fondant recipe with a very sweet taste that kids love.
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  • Chocolate Fondant
    This icing is rolled out and used as a covering for a firm cake such as pound cake which has been iced lightly with buttercream to seal in moistness. A light layer of apricot glaze may also be used. Cakes covered with chocolate rolled fondant can be decorated with royal or buttercream icing decorations.
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  • Rolled Fondant
    There is no icing that is easier to smooth on a cake than Rolled Fondant. Its dough-like consistency makes it perfect for hand-shaping flowers, 3-dimensional figures and more. Also great for imprinting designs, cut-out accents on cakes and various borders.
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  • Covering Cakes With Rolled Fondant
    How do you cover a cake with fondant that's perfectly smooth, without wrinkles or air bubbles? The flexibility of fondant is your secret weapon.
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  • Applying Fondant To Fondant
    Quick tip on how to attach your fondant accents to your fondant covered cake.
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  • Fondant Techniques From Wilton
    Here are 97 Fondant Techniques to use from Wilton.
    Fondant Techniques From Wilton
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Description: Love the look of fondant cakes but can't afford the professional bakery price? Heres a playlist on making fondant cakes at home! It's easier than it looks!

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