(Closed) Can You Freeze Fondant?

posted 9 years ago in Food
Post # 3
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Worker bee

Be careful and try it first! Might crack if you freeze it? You always see those shows on the food network where chefs have issues with their fondant…..

Post # 4
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: January 2012

You can’t freeze fondant. When the cake defrosts the fondant will bubble & sweat. Every little drop of water will show on the fondant & your fondant will have a strange shimmer to it (not a good one).

If your Fiance likes the “smooth” look on cupcakes– why not use a pourable icing? It produces the smooth fondant look once it sets, but it tastes better & is quick. You could freeze the cupcakes & then just fill/frost them 2 nights before. For the best taste, you should only freeze the cupcakes, thaw them a few days before, fill with ganache/icing & put the topping on.

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