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Fondant in the fridge?

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I have juat covered some cakes with fondant for tomorrow and I would like some advice please if it is okay to put the cakes back in the fridge or will that harded or perspire the fondant?
post #2 of 6
It will be fine, have done it many times. I think the moisture from the cake keeps the fondant from drying out, not sure, but whatever it is, it works.
post #3 of 6
I have done it also, using mmf, satin ice and fondx with no problems. Mff, however, got all shiny and sticky.
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Originally Posted by hazelnut77

I have done it also, using mmf, and fondx with no problems. Mff, however, got all shiny and sticky.


Maybe a sily question but what is mff?
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post #5 of 6
It's not silly, took me a while to catch on icon_smile.gif
MMF=marshmallow fondant
MFF= Michelle Fosters fondant
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The first time i put a cake with fondant accents in the fridge, the next morning they were all droopy! I havent put a fondant cake in the fridge since, and have never had problems. The fondant seals the cake in and keeps it fresh for several days, to my understanding...
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