As a baker, one of the things in my to-do list was to try my hand at fondant. I was quite hesitant to do so since I was never good with clay/play-doh when I was younger and not to mention, I don’t like eating fondant.
A few years ago, I came across a blogger who used Marshmallow Fondant (MMF) who said it was tastier than regular fondant. I decided to make my own instead of buying since it would be a lot cheaper and it also looked fairly easy to make.. but very sticky and messy. Hahaha..
I’ve been seeing loads of really cute ruffle and gradient cakes that I wanted to make my own. I know the design is rather forgiving since it’s a bit rustic but I like rustic designs anyway so I decided to go for it!
As you can see, I wasn’t able to estimate well before cutting the bottom edges xD
Forming the rose and ruffles…
It looks a bit rough around the edges (plus the cornstarch is still visible) but I’m quite proud of this creation ^^ Til next time ya’ll! :D
For the Marshmallow Fondant recipe and directions, please click here.