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Easy Homemade Microwave Marshmallow Fondant

 

 

Fondant sure looks amazing on cakes, but it never really tastes that great, not to mention it’s not the cheapest to buy pre-made.  Our Easy Homemade Marshmallow Fondant solves all of that.

 

 

 

 

This Easy Homemade Microwave Marshmallow Fondant tastes so good, you will never buy store-bought fondant again

 

 

 

 

 

It tastes amazing, as anything made from marshmallows would, its super easy to make, and it’s completely budget friendly.  It can be coloured any colour you like ( I used food colouring gel) and even flavoured using flavour extracts if you prefer.

 

 

This fondant recipe is a must try next time you make a birthday cake (or even a just because cake; who needs an excuse to eat cake?).

 

 

This recipe can easily be increased or decreased depending on how much fondant you need, just double or halve the ingredients.

 

 

To make the fondant, first add white marshmallows and a little water to a large, microwave safe mixing bowl.  Microwave until the marshmallows melt, then give the marshmallows a really good mix until they are nice and smooth.

 

 

 

Christmas isn’t Christmas without a cake.  But who has time to bake an elaborate Christmas cake, with everything else there is to do in the lead up to the festive season?  Thankfully you don’t need to.

 

 

 

 

Gradually add the icing sugar to the marshmallows, mixing with a spoon at first, then switching to your hands once the fondant becomes too difficult to mix.  Add extra icing sugar if the fondant is still too wet; it should feel much the same as ordinary fondant.

 

 

Add the food colouring if you are using it, and knead it through the fondant.  Use your marshmallow fondant just as you would any other fondant.

 

 

 

 

Easy Homemade Microwave Marshmallow Fondant

Easy Homemade Microwave Marshmallow Fondant

Ingredients

  • 115g white marshmallows
  • 1 tablespoon water
  • 225g icing sugar
  • Food colouring

Instructions

Add the marshmallows and water to a large microwave safe mixing bowl and melt using the microwave. Mix well until smooth.
Gradually add the icing sugar, mixing with a spoon at first, and switching to using your hands once it gets too difficult. Add extra icing sugar if the fondant is still too wet.
Add the food colouring if using, knead until smooth and use like any other fondant.

 

 

 

I'm yet to meet anyone that doesn't love Jelly Slice, especially this easy Thermomix jelly slice.  It's a dessert that's been loved for generations, and I'm not sure that will ever change.

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