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Fondarific Buttercream Antique White Fondant, 2-Pounds

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  • Great on cakes, cookies, cupcakes; candy centers, petit fours and fruit flavors are a great activity for kid's birthday parties
  • First original Butter cream Flavor; No trans fat
  • Gluten-free; Good source of vitamin C

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Do not over heat

Cakes;cookies;cupcakes;petit fours;candy centers,craft activity for children's parties;

Sugar ( sugar cornstarch), partially hydrogenated palm kernel oil, non-fat dry milk, soy lecithin (emulsifier), artificial flavor, cane sugar, cornstarch, high fructose corn syrup, water, salt, vanilla, butter flavor, Carboxymethyl cellulose, Gum Arabic, vegetable glycerin. Containers Soy and milk products.

One 2 lb. container covers (1) 9" x13" cake or (2) 8" round cakes, roll to 1/8" thickness, little or no powder sugar needed for rolling, lay over cake and trim excess. To soften: Microwave 10 seconds a pound, if overheated allow to return to room temperture and knead.

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Product Description

Fondarific is revolutionize the Fondant world! Now you can have your cake and EAT your Fondant Too!

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002PO3KBK
  • UPC: 853651002004
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (132 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,155 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Customer Reviews

This fondant was very easy to work with and it tasted good.
I have used buttercream fondant from duff and i love his the most.
It rolled out with no problems and I easily covered the cake.

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132 of 136 people found the following review helpful By A. Shepard on April 10, 2012
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First off, I'd like to explain that I am not a professional, but do try to make fantastic cakes at home and for friends. I have worked as a cake decorator in a small town before, but did not get started in fondant until the last few years, on my own at home. I started with Wilton (YUCK!), and then found Satin Ice, which is good stuff. But, I kept reading reviews that raved on Fondarific Buttercream flavored fondant, and how much easier it was to work with, etc. So, I bit and bought some via the subscription ($10/2 lbs and free shipping?? Awesome!)
When it arrived, I immediately checked for an expiration date. My heart sank. 06312. That means "63rd day of 2012". I thought that meant it had expired, but before I went to send it back, I double checked the manufacturer website. Come to find out, that is the *manufactured* date, and it would expire 1-2 years AFTER that date. So... my fondant batch was MADE on the 63rd day of 2012. Fresh! Awesome!
Upon first opening, I actually let out an "OMG". The smell was divine! It smelled of vanilla and buttery goodness, like good homemade buttercream icing. It seemed like a hard ball of fondant inside the packaging, but I was able to break a small piece off. Upon rolling around in my fingers just a few seconds, it softened beautifully and was very pliable. No crust fell off, no crumbles.. just smooth. And surprisingly, not sticky! I even stuck a fingernail in to see if it would stick under my nails, and it wouldn't. I keep my nails super short, but it always seems like I get fondant under my fingers when I work with it. Not with this test. So, of course.. I had to try some. And it was as good as it smelled! Sweet buttercream flavor, but not ungodly sweet like most fondants are. And it tastes authentic...
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Amalthea on August 11, 2013
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Well the universe certainly knows how to make a girl with a sugar allergy happy (and by sugar allergy I mean for some reason it won't stop making me fat).

If you want to emotionally scar someone from fondant for life, by all means buy them Wilton. Sure it looks friendly, sitting smugly on the shelf of just about any bakery supply shop or craft store, but as soon as you wrestle that concoction of beelzebub out of its cursed container it's nothing but quick ride to the Sahara with that stuff as it dries out on you and leaves you curled up shaking on the floor from tears of failure, doubting your baking abilities that you were so sure were fabulous-- ya know cause mom told you were.

Not so with Fondariffic! I've left this stuff on the counter for up to an hour when something sparkly caught my eyes and I got easily distracted batting at tinfoil, as I am wont to do from time to time. It's easy to color without losing its ability to mold, it rolls out like a dream, dusted with a little cornstarch it pops right out of silicone molds. It tastes a bit marshmallows, and definitely better than stuff I've tasted before. You will wow people with your creations leaving them thinking that you are every bit worthy of that gold star mom gave you for those cookies you made in third grade (the ones they used to prop up the couch later). If it's a little hard when it arrives just knead it with your hands and it softens up. Just store in a ziplock when you're done and it keeps for months.

The best part about this fondant is that, it is VEGETARIAN. Yes, I can look any pig on the block in the eyes with confidence knowing my cake did not sacrifice their brethren for the gelatin contained in most fondants. I do, however, conscientiously avoid the chickens around the corner who provided the eggs.
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I'm just a hobby baker, but a friend wanted me to make a fondant cake for her daughter's wedding. Yikes. At that point the only fondant I had worked with was Wilton's (which tastes really really bad) so I decided to get samples of the seven bestselling fondants and do a comparison. I had 10 people who were part of the taste test, and I did comparison on how easy the fondant was to work with.

Fondarific was one of my seven test subjects. Overall the Fondarific scored in the middle of the pack on the taste test, but scored highest in the workability, finished look, and shelf life categories. Below is a list of notes I made about Fondarific during my testing.

* Okay taste but not as good as some of the other brands.
* Feels greaser than the other brands.
* Microwave to soften the fondant - This helps a lot. You don't have to spend as much time kneading the fondant to soften.
* Very soft and squishy. Stretchy. Feels like play-dough. Very nice feel in your hands.
* When I rolled the fondant out on the mat it stuck. Had to use corn starch to keep it from sticking.
* When placed over a dummy cake the rolled fondant formed nice broad drapes. The drapes did not collapse or stick. It was very easy to smooth and get a nice unblemished finish.
* A pizza cutter was used to trim the excess from the bottom of the cake. The Fondarific cut very cleanly without any pulls or "hairy" edges.
* Out of all the fondants tested, Fondarific has the smoothest finish. It didn't show imperfections in the underlying cake like other brands did.
* Fondarific doesn't form that unappealing "elephant skin" look that other brands are prone to.
* Has a very long shelf life (1 year). Doesn't harden when exposed to air.
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