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    I haven't made a birthday cake yet but am so looking forward to being able to have fun with it when little munchkin is born.

    All of the cakes are amazing! Very talented hubbers. The only cake i have taken pics of is the cake i made for my best friends baby shower. First time i have ever used fondant.

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    I don't have any pics of the few cakes I've made. And I struggle with coloring fondant. I have americolors. Any tips??

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    I cheated a little and bought coloured ready to roll fondant off eBay for the batman cake.

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    Temet, just be careful with freezing a fondant covered cake. You could run the risk if the fondant sweating when it defrosts.




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    Quote Originally Posted by blissfulfairy View Post
    I don't have any pics of the few cakes I've made. And I struggle with coloring fondant. I have americolors. Any tips??

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    My advice is lots and lots of kneading if you are using a gel colouring. I put the colour on the tip of a toothpick and stick it in various sections of a ball of fondant and knead like a madwoman!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    Temet, just be careful with freezing a fondant covered cake. You could run the risk if the fondant sweating when it defrosts.




    Mumma to two beautiful boys on the spectrum and one special little girl.
    What would be the best way of defrosting, fridge or room temp?

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    eeek i dont know.

    my cake deco teachers said not to fondant a frozen cake cause the cake itself sweats and can make the fondant runny/slide offy.

    fridge first? maybe.

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    I did some googling before freezing and read conflicting advice but a lot said it was ok to freeze if well wrapped. Will try fridge for a few hours then at room temp for a couple of hours while I'm driving to my parents house.

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    this one took 3 full days..everything edible https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...5&l=d2f7fa5f97


 

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