Learn How to Make No Gelatin No Agar Agar Vegan Fondant | Homemade Fondant | Easy Fondant Recipe for easy cake decorating.
Buying rolled fondant can be expensive, and sometimes you never get enough to cover your cake. Making your own is much easier than you might think, and it is inexpensive. So this week, I’ll show you How To Make Rolled Fondant at home. Here are some tips on working with rolled fondant that will make your cake decorating much more manageable.
To get the right texture I have used different ingredients from gelatin, agar agar, meringue powder, cream and so on and yes I failed badly. I almost gave up of making or trying to make homemade fondant but I couldn’t stop my itch of experimenting. As the saying goes ” And, when you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it”.
Homemade Rolled Fondant Ingredients
Corn Syrup and glycerin can be found at most cake decorating supply stores or online. In place of corn syrup, you can use glucose syrup.
Besides, my big problem with store-bought fondant, if it’s right, it’s expensive, and if it’s cheap, it tastes like chalk. So often, we cake decorators say, “ah well, you don’t have to eat it.” Just peel it away. And yet, the truth is that kids love eating sugar paste. So if you use it on kids’ cakes – guess what? They will eat it. Which I, which my kid’s cakes are made with homemade fondant.
Now that I nailed it, I wanted to share it with you all. So here is the list of ingredients
I have spent months perfecting this fondant, and it is a dream to work with, as you can see in the video. Even if you are a beginner and making your first decorated cake, you will master this like a pro. Also, kids will love to eat it because it tastes like sweet buttercream.
ABOUT THIS FONDANT (WITHOUT GELATIN)
Ingredients for No Gelatin No Agar Vegan Homemade Fondant