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I have a request for a dairy free wedding cake. I know what the cake is going to be, but the bride is looking for another frosting besides the all shortening american buttercream. There's a recipe on here for marshmellow frosting. Has any one used this for a wedding cake? How does it hold up? Can you put fondant over it? Any help or other suggestions would be appreciated.

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can't answer the question but bumping this to the top
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Thank you. I appreciate that. I see that your location is Hartland, WI...I went to Arrowhead High School, small world!
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post #4 of 9
why not do a marshmellow fondant if you are wanting a marshmellow frosting and putting fondant on top of it? It tast great and you have the two combined in one...just a thought!
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Thank you. I appreciate that. I see that your location is Hartland, WI...I went to Arrowhead High School, small world!


Hehe, it is a small world!
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Originally Posted by tcrema

why not do a marshmellow fondant if you are wanting a marshmellow frosting and putting fondant on top of it? It tast great and you have the two combined in one...just a thought!



Thanks for the suggestion! I didn't think of that.
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post #7 of 9
i know that alot of people dont like wilton but they have a stabalized whipped which is non dairy....i think .... and it taste pretty good........Ive used it for a wedding cake worked out good.
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I didn't realize that that was non-dairy. Thanks for the info!
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It might be too late, but one thing I wanted to point out is that marshmallows are made with gelatin, and if she's vegetarian there is a good chance she won't eat it. Gelatin is made by boiling hooves and skins. Most vegetarians won't eat it.
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