Fondant

Should you put fondant in the fridge after your done making it? And after you are done covering your cake in fondant should you put your cake in the fridge?
Thanks
Ashley

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Your comment on storing cake after icing has been most helpful. It confirm my concerns, as I found out the hard way not to place cake iced with fondant in the refrigerator, that's a no, no!!!
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what about the time???
by: zelenia

Hi, I know that a cake cover in fondant shoul not refrigerated, but what about the decorations take longer and the icing star making bulch on the middle of the cake, I do have that problen a lot..can you help me..please and thankyou in advances.

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confused with fondant????
by: Anonymous

Can you use fondant right after making it or do you have to wait? and if you have to wait how long do you have to wait? I NEED HELP!!

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hello i just bought a cake and the letters are made of fondant can i put them in the ice box? thanks

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Fondant in fridge
by: Anonymous

Thank you so much for your advice.This really helps...But here is my next concern. After My cake is completely finished do i just leave it out and do not put my finished cake in the fridge.RIGHT? Please let me know..Thanks

Jun 19, 2009
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NO - don't fridge it!
by: cake decorator

Hi
I run a commercial kitchen, we never ever fridge fondant (sugarpaste) icing. assuming you are talking about the icing you roll out. . .
If you have any left over, store it in a food bag e.g. sandwich bag or freezer bag, and then put in the cupboard, or in a container for up to a maximum of 6 weeks. Don't use cling wrap or cling film as it is still porous and the icing will still go hard.
Hope this helps.

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Jun 19, 2009
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Fondant Covered Cakes
by: Michelle (admin)

Hi Ashley,

Yes, you can keep the fondant refrigerated until you are ready to cover the cake, but once the cake is covered do not put it back in the refrigerator. The condensation that can occur when the cake is coming to room temperature can cause water spots on the fondant finish, ruining your hard work.

Regards,
Michelle (editor)

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