Monday, June 23, 2008

Playing with Fondant

The other day we did a practice run on a cake we're going to do, Lord willing, at a dear friend's baby shower coming up~It being a shower for a little girl, we wanted to do alot of pink stuff, and ribbons, and ah.... Anyway, We had so much fun with it!! We decided on a "gift wrapped cake" look. It was our first try with fondant, and we like the way it looks, but, I 'm afraid, the taste could be alot better~It's not bad, or course, being pure sugar, but you eat a piece, and you're thinking, what's this leathery stuff on here for, and then you end up leaving it on the plate like an orange peel....Oh, well. We'll see. But I thought you girls might enjoy the pictures in the mean time! :)
Love,
Adeline













5 comments:

Devon Carpenter said...

Oh my. How beautiful! I am so impressed.
It is lovely and I am sure that the mama to
be will be blessed by your efforts.

Mrs. Carpenter

P.S. Greetings to all the Mortons!

Mrs. Rabe said...

Fondant doesn't taste great but you can do amazing things with it! You did a wonderful job with your cake.

Btw, I found your blog through Ants-on-a-farm and read through the whole thing, enjoying weddings, grandbabies etc...glad you are posting again!

Have a wonderful day!

Baleboosteh said...

The cake looks so pretty! I must agree with you about the taste of fondant - it promises so much but delivers so little doesn't it? But the cake inside - my goodness, that does look delicious!

Campana Family said...

Wow!
That's Our New thing... Cake decorating!
Looks Really Pretty!
The Campanas

Anonymous said...

I've done similar cakes without the fondant. Fondant is nasty tasting.

I flat white iced the cake, and then melted decorating chocolate or modelling chocolate to make the "ribbon and bows" that I placed on the cake parcel later.