Fondant Icing

  • Total Time

    5m
  • Serves

    1


This icing is perfect for creating a smoother, glossier, soft iced finish to your cakes. It is great for topping Bakewell tarts, cupcakes and sponges. The glossier brother of Glace Icing.

Method

  1. Sieve the fondant icing into a bowl and gradually stir in 45 ml of water until the icing becomes a smooth paste. If necessary add more water (a drop at a time) or more fondant icing sugar to adjust the consistency.

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Reviews

  1. 1 star rating

    Where’s your recipe for making it from icing sugar and cream of tartar and water Ratios please
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    Hello,

    As Silver Spoon make a fondant icing that already has everything in it that you need, all you need to do is just add water to we would recommend that you use this.
    Fondant icing is traditionally made boiling together sugar, water and a little cream of tartar until the syrup reaches what is known as the soft-ball stage. The mixture is then kneaded into a smooth dough, and flavourings and colourings added.

    Happy Baking!

  2. 1 star rating

    Is this really fondant icing in all the other recipes you need glucose and jelinim
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    Hello,

    Silver Spoon Fondant Icing has added glucose syrup to the recipe, providing a quality glossy finish.
    So all you need to add is water.

    Happy Baking!

  3. 4 star rating

    Delicious!

  4. 5 star rating

    Really nice Icing and easy to make it should be rated 100 stars

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