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Very yummy Fondant and cake
hmmm Tutorialized

Okay so this is a great Marshmallow Fondant. Ive never made it before and it was pretty easy, albeit messy. The Cake is pink and purple because i made the pink one first, and it fell, so i tried leveling it out but that made it too small. So i made the purple cake, and it fell too. so i used the pink cake to fill it with. it looked pretty cool, and it tasted great and not at all heavy.

The second cake is one i made for St. Patrick's day. =]

Posted by g.nee from Kaiserslautern, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany • Published See g.nee's 10 projects »
  • Step 1

    Like always, get all your ingredients together =]

    btw, Saltz is just Salt.

    Lets start with the Fondant.

  • Step 2

    Place your bag of marshmallows in a microwave safe bowl and add 1 Tbsp of water, kinda toss them around to coat them with water.

    Microwave for 30 seconds
    and stir
    add another Tbsp of water

    repeat until they are one consistency without lumps.

    roughly 2 and a half minutes.

  • Step 3

    alright, now there are two ways to do this next step.

    The first way, the messy way.
    is to add 1 pound of the powdered sugar and mix it the best you can to an even-ish consistency.

    Powder your hands real well and knead it like you would dough.


    this stuff is so sticky, i was stuck for a couple minutes with my hands COVERED in white fluff. quite helpless.

    but yes, knead that until the powdered sugar is all absorbed

    Once the sugar is absorbed powder a clean surface and turn out the 'dough' and knead in the rest of the powdered sugar.

  • Step 4

    If you dont want to do it that way
    You could always use a dough hook to mix it, and slowly add the powdered sugar as you mix on low.

    all of the powdered sugar [1.5 pounds] should be able to sufficiently go in without trouble.

    take it out and knead it a couple times yourself to make sure its nice and elastic and no sticky

  • Step 5

    if its too sticky still add a little more Powdered sugar until it is smooth

    and if it breaks too easily instead of bending and stretching, add some more water [1/2 T at a time]

  • Step 6

    Cover it in powdered sugar and wrap it in saran wrap and let it sit in the fridge if you are using it immediately

    if you are making this ahead of time, also put it in a freezer bag and remove as much air as possible.

    This will hold for a couple weeks
    and is rolled out like dough when used

  • Step 7

    Now for the cake
    Preheat oven to 350
    and grease 8 by 8 pan

    Combine your flour, salt, and baking powder in a bowl and set it aside.

    In large bowl cream together your sugar and shortening/butter/margarine thoroughly

  • Step 8

    Add one egg at a time
    beating through after each

    [try not to over beat]

    If you want to have a coloured cake now is the time to add it to your milk
    that way you dont over mix and get a flat heavy cake.
    [my clover cake didnt fall yay =] ]

  • Step 9

    Add 1/3 of the flour mixture and mix through

    and then 1/3 of the milk

    repeat until both are gone
    mixing until just through

    now STIR in the 1/2 tsp of Vanilla

  • Step 10

    Pour batter into prepared pan and pop it into the oven for 25-30 minutes

    try not to open the oven until necessary, because this can also cause the cake to fall

  • Step 11

    once the cake is done and cooled COMPLETELY

    [pop it in the fridge to speed this along]

    put a thin layer of frosting on it to seal the fondant to it

    this is not required, but I find it helps.

    roll out the fondant to about 1/4 an inch

    Make sure the counter and rolling pin is well powdered!

  • Step 12

    powder the fondant so it doesnt stick to the pin and roll the dough onto it

    unroll it over the prepared cake

    and trim off the excess

    There is enough fondant here for two 8x8 cakes

    now decorate as you please!

    brushing it over with a little water makes it nice and glossy =]

  • Step 13


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Rose L.
Rose L. · New York, New York, US
ahww so cuuute<3
lin d.
lin d.
how do u make the cake and fondant?
g.nee · Kaiserslautern, Rhineland-Palatinate, DE · 10 projects
it lighter then normal fondant, and tastier too =]
the cake itself was nice and light though =]
angel a.
angel a.
I'd like to know how you made the icing for this cake!
Is it light?

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