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Marshmallow Fondant Recipe - How to Make Marshmallow Fondant - Marshmallow Fondant. Marshmallow Fondant is an easy fondant made of marshmallows, water, and powdered sugar.

Marshmallow Fondant Recipe - How to Make Marshmallow Fondant - Marshmallow Fondant

It’s simple to make, and many prefer the taste over regular fondant, since it tastes like very sweet marshmallows. You can use marshmallow fondant as you would regular fondant, to cover cakes, form shapes, and make candy. Be warned that it tends to get sticky in moist places, so it doesn’t hold up as well as regular fondant when placed over frosting and refrigerated for days. This recipe yields 1 1/2 lbs of fondant, and can easily be halved or doubled. If you're wondering how much fondant you need to cover your cake, here is a chart from Wilton that might help. Yield: 1 1/2 lbs fondant Ingredients: 8 ounces miniature marshmallows (4 cups not packed, or half of a 16-ounce bag)1 pound powdered sugar (4 cups), plus extra for dusting2 tbsp waterFood coloring or flavored extracts, optional Preparation: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Golf ball cake pops. We recently returned from a three week vacation, visiting my husband's family in Hawaii.

golf ball cake pops

Needless to say, I haven't baked at all in the past month! Instead, I'll share with you the golf ball cake pops that I made a few months ago, which I never had time to post ... until now! My friend Cindy has a friend who was interested in having me make cake pop favors for her upcoming wedding, after learning that I had made the cupcake pops at Cindy's wedding. She specifically wanted the cake pops to look like golf balls, and asked me to make a dozen as samples for her and her family to try. I immediately ordered these golf ball candy molds, and set out to make golf ball cake pops! I started by making my favorite Ina Garten chocolate cake recipe. After melting the white chocolate in a double boiler on the stove, I dipped one end of a lollipop stick in the melted white chocolate, and then inserted that end into a ball of cake.

The first few weren't pretty. Christmas ⚲ Sweet Lauren Cakes ⚲ Artisan Cake Pops from San Francisco. How to: make apple-shaped cake pops. I wanted to post some detailed instructions about the apple cake pops I made when we went to the orchard a few weeks ago.

how to: make apple-shaped cake pops

That was not the first time I had made apple cake pops. Last fall I made them as my first cake pops ever, and took photos step-by-step. Instead of re-taking all the photos, I thought I would post them so you can see how much your photography can improve with a year's practice :) Start by baking a cake, letting it cool, and crumbling into a large bowl. I used white cake so the apples would be more realistic when you bit into them. Mix in 1/2 to 3/4 can of frosting until you reach moldable, "cookie dough" consistency.

Shape into apples: round balls that are narrower at the bottom and have a dimple on top. You can also pre-poke holes for your stems at this point. Flip the apples over, and poke a candy-dipped stick about halfway in. Let the candy set, then dip the whole apple into melted candy coating. Push the stick into a styrofoam block to dry. Tempting Technicolor Tidbits - These Rainbow Cake Pops are Filled with the Luck of the Irish. Get into the spirit of St. Patrick's Day with these wonderfully whimsical Rainbow Cake Pops. Created by the talented blogger Sue from the decadent blog Munchkin Munchies, these wild confections are a whole lot of fun. Chock full of the luck of the Irish, these tie-dyed confections are sure to inspire more than a few joyful jigs. If you thought St.

Patty's Day was all about green beer and drunken shenanigans, you were right, but surely there is space for these cheery Rainbow Cake Pops on this booze soaked holiday. Fun, vibrant and delicious, these Rainbow Cake Pops may not make you richer, but they will make you smile a little bigger.  cake pops and cake ball ideas. Rose Cake Pop Tutorial! I had TONS of inquiries about the Rose Cake Pops I posted last week, so it seemed only logical that a proper tutorial should follow!

Rose Cake Pop Tutorial!

I plan on including these in my Valentine's Day Specials for those of you that don't want to attempt to make them yourself...but for the rest of you....enjoy! If you've never made Cake Balls or Cake Pops, head straight over to Bakerella's website for a crash-course! Once you have the basic concept and recipes down you can apply them to SO many fun custom creations. Rose Cake Pops You'll Need: Prepared Cake Balls Lollipop Sticks Melted Almond Bark or Candy Melts Prepared Modeling Chocolate Quick Modeling Chocolate Recipe: Melt 8 oz of Chocolate or Almond Bark.

Refrigerate until hardened and ready to use. For the roses, I used a combination of Red Candy Melts and White Almond Bark.