4 rolled buttercream fondant Recipes

  • Rolled Buttercream Fondant
    light corn syrup, shortening, salt, clear vanilla extract and
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    light corn syrup, shortening, salt, clear vanilla extract, sugar
    10 min, 5 ingredients
  • Rolled Buttercream Fondant
    light corn syrup, shortening, salt and
    2 More
    light corn syrup, shortening, salt, vanilla extract , clear, sugar
    20 min, 5 ingredients
  • Celebration Centerpiece Celebration Centerpiece
    sugar, scant 2 cups corn syrup, water and
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    sugar, scant 2 cups corn syrup, water, food color, liquid or paste, blue and white, white vinegar, magic flowers, see recipe for magic flowers (show jq1a03), cake, see recipe for classic genoise (show jq1a03), buttercream, see recipe for basic buttercream (show jq1a03), simple syrup, see recipe for simple syrup (show jq1a03), rolling fondant, see recipe for rolling fondant (show jq1a03), royal icing, see recipe for royal icing (show jq1a03), assemble the centerpiece : you need to first make the glue to stick everything together. place the extra sugar pieces (those are remnants of the sugar that you poured freeform on to the silpat) in the microwave and heat until it begins to bubble. watch carefully to be sure it does not burn., next you need to make the sugar supports to hold the moon vertically and to support the 8-inch sugar circle that will be resting on and in the moon, creating the level stand for the cake. you will need 4 support pieces in serving to build the centerpiece. to make the supports, heat a metal triangle or metal scraper on the burner of the stove. place the heated edge on the 4-inch sugar circle allowing the heat of the metal to cut the 4-inch sugar circle into quarters. use the heated metal scraper to also cut 2 to 2 1/2 inches off 1 of the 2 pointed tips of the moon. you will need to do this on an angle of about 90 degrees, in serving to create a somewhat flat edge. this flat edge will provide a level landing spot for the 8-inch sugar circle that will be the cake stand attachment of the moon., pour some of the melted sugar into the center of the 12-inch circle and glue the moon vertically into place. the end of the moon that you cut off is now the bottom of the moon. hold the moon straight until the sugar sets. glue the first 2 support pieces (these are the pieces that you cut by quartering the smallest sugar circle) at the wide, face of the moon, gluing 1 on either side. these 2 supports should be touching both the face of the moon and the base the moon rests on vertically. these supports will steady the moon in its vertical position on the round sugar base. glue your third support piece on the narrow backside of the moon. this will create a bridge of support in the back, from the moon to the base. in other words it will prevent the moon from rolling backwards. once all 3 supports have hardened you can glue the 8-inch sugar circle to the cut edge of the moon, creating a level cake stand inside the moon. the circle will be sitting on both the cut level area and the inner curve of the moon. additionally, you might find that you need the forth support piece to steady the 8-inch level stand. glue it into place wherever you think more support is required.
    1 hour 10 min, 14 ingredients

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