Definition of fondant
1 : a soft creamy preparation of sugar, water, and flavorings that is used as a basis for candies or icings
2 : a candy consisting chiefly of fondant
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Vaughn will prepare a porchetta with cold smoked carrot puree and mustard seed caviar for his entree, and Chilton County peaches, blue cheese fondant and pecan baklava for dessert.
Basic cakes start at $25, fondant cakes start at $60.
With beautiful pastel icing and shiny, glittery fondant, mermaid cakes are so dreamy.
Campers will learn to design like pros using fondant, gels, decorating tips, piping, fillings and more.
Metallic Cakes Most metallic cakes look rich and simplistic, with one metallic shade dusted or painted on top of a white layer of fondant.
So British that the weekly baking challenges often include dessert insanity such as a tennis cake, a fruitcake atop which is perched an elaborately-detailed, grass tennis court rendered in marzipan and fondant.
Above is Turkish coffee ice cream, Jivara-coffee Chantilly cream, ginger caramel, and chocolate fondant.
These chocolate truffle understudies are small, round balls of fondant, rolled in cinnamon powder to resemble a little potato—hence the name—and eaten in one gulp.
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