With Valentines Day around the corner I thought it would be the perfect time to share the best thing I learned a few years ago.
When I use to sell cakes I used this recipe, everyone was amazed at my experience when I told them I had never been to Culinary School nor had I had any prior experience to making a cake of such extent. This fondant is not like ordinary fondant. It is quick, and easy to make and it doesn't just taste like a sugar overload. It has a pretty good marsmallow-y flavor to it and can easily be customized with extracts.
Here's what you do.
Here is what I made most recently using the Marshmallow Fondant.
Other things to know:
-Food coloring can be incorporated into the Marshamllows after being melted with the water. When adding foodcoloring at this time, add quickly and stir thouroughly. This is good for making all one color fondant, if you don't plan on using any other colors.
-Recipe can be halved, or adjusted and made in smaller containers and in smaller sizes or larger sizes but you must also adjust microwave time.
-To store fondant, put in tupperware, or wrap in parchment paper or wax paper and store all together in ZipLoc bags or tupperware.
-Cover to prevent from hardening.
I hope you enjoy this recipe and use it some time! It can really make an ordinary cupcake look well made and professional. You can mold it, shape it, or cut it to fit any of your baked goods!