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post #16 of 39
Yes...look in recipes under fondant and you should see "Michelle Foster's Updated Fondant"
post #17 of 39
Yes...look in recipes under fondant and you should see "Michelle Foster's Updated Fondant"
post #18 of 39
Yes...look in recipes under fondant and you should see "Michele Foster's Updated Fondant"
Here is the url - http://www.cakecentral.com/cake_recipe-7432-Michele-Fosters-Updated-Fondant.html
post #19 of 39
I found some white chocolate cream (international delights) and used for the liquid, added white chocolate essence, and white chocolate. I can't wait to try it on a cake. DD thinks I should just cover it in chocolate and make it into candy. Michelle Foster's fondant.
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post #20 of 39
Michelle Foster's is AMAZING. I use MMF in a pinch.

Jlynnw, I'm curious what white chocolate essence is & where you get it. Making a white chocolate flavor is soooo difficult.

I use Butavan to flavor mine & everyone Loves it.
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post #21 of 39
Can I ask what happens if you don't strain it?
post #22 of 39
You will probably have little pieces that won't smooth out or color, even w/ kneading===at least that was my experience. It's not that hard to do, just use a sieve.
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post #23 of 39
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Originally Posted by shari22

Is Michelle Foster's recipe somewhere here?

yes, it is in the recipe section
post #24 of 39
The white chocolate essence is like an emulsion flavoring similar in consistancy with buttavan(sp). I was given a bottle of it from a friend who thought I would love it. It is in a gallon jug with a generic label on it. Made in California. I don't know the company name but will ask her where she got it. Anybody else know or heard of it????
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post #25 of 39
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Originally Posted by Lisaa1996

Yes...look in recipes under fondant and you should see "Michelle Foster's Updated Fondant"



Actually, Michele posted this in April. I've read about people having better results with both recipes, but Michele says that the correct one is Michele Foster Fondant, MFF and not the "Updated" recipe. The Updated recipe calls for 3 T of some ingredients and the "correct" one calls for 2.

I just wanted to let you know that I had made a few mistakes on the updated recipe for the fondant. They have now been corrected. Although I could not delete the incorrect recipe, I have posted again with the name Michele Foster Fondant, MFF.

Corrections were also made to the information on the site: www.thesugarfixtoo.com. Just click on the FONDANT button for the updated (again) information. It would also be nice if you could look around the rest of the site to see if there is anything that you would like.

I do apologize for the mistakes and the confusion. With any luck at all, I have covered most of the questions. I really, really hope so. Embarassed

Michele
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post #26 of 39
Thank you, Michele, for posting the recipe...it was very nice of you to share icon_smile.gif Please don't feel embarrassed.
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post #27 of 39
Thank you Lisa for posting the link!!
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post #28 of 39
Ok, so just in case you need it, it looks the the actual link you want to Michele Foster's Recipes would be this instead - http://www.cakecentral.com/cake_recipe-7446-46-Michele-Fosters-Fondant.html . I've been using the one with 3TBS with no problem but I think I may try this one next if only to save on how much glycerine I have to buy icon_smile.gif
post #29 of 39
The glycerine just gives more pliability. I actually like it w/ more b/c it's easier to work w/ & you can use the glycerine in the pharmacy isle---it's way more cheaper & is food safe
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post #30 of 39
Thanks Dandelion!!! I never thought of that....it's the same as the stuff from Michaels? I usually have to drive 20-25 minutes one way to go get it from Michaels because I didn't know there was another option. I have a pharmacy only 10 minutes from me icon_smile.gif !
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