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Fondant problems

fondant problems

Use a silicone rolling pin when rolling out fondant, you'll have fewer problems with the fondant sticking to the rolling pin. Never flip the fondant.
Cracked, lumpy, dry or torn fondant is an absolute nightmare when all you want is for things to go smoothly (pun intended). With our top tips for working with and preventing fondant disasters, you're cake decorating experience is bound to be less bumpy! Read on for our tips on.
How to Fix Your Fondant Fiascos. If your fondant layer is very thin, it can show existing imperfections on the surface of the cake such as lumps in the icing or uneven layers. You must make sure your cake is very smooth with no holes, protruding edges or creases. Cracked, lumpy, dry or torn fondant is an absolute nightmare when all you want is for things to go smoothly (pun intended). With our top tips for working with and preventing fondant disasters, you're cake decorating experience is bound to be less bumpy! Read on for our tips on.
Here are some of the most common problems people have working with it and how to overcome them. Common Problems with Fondant Cake.
Ok, well, I have used fondant in the past, and was not successful, but have not given up. I used it again this past week, and more problems.

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