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Fondant Fancies

Fondant Fancies recipe
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its a very good recipe and worth it it tastes great!!! you should try it
posted by
malina01
on 11/5/2008
time
prep:
45 min
total:
2 hr 45 min
servings
total:
About 3 dozen candies or 18 servings, 2 candies each
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posted:
9/16/2005
The prep is messy and a lot of work but well worth it at the end! The marshmallow goo is very sticky. When adding the powdered sugar the mixture got so thick that my mixer almost overheated so I had to stir the rest by hand which took a while. While dipping the marshmallow once again became soft and messy - so freeze them or keep some in the fridge while working. Mine didn't quite look like the picture - but they were SO good! My husband thought I bought them!!!
posted:
8/3/2005
very delicious, easy and fast to make!
posted:
12/8/2004
these are soooo good! I recommend using candy liners though because they tend to be messy. The marshmallow filling gets soft very fast, which makes it hard to dip, so work quickly or freeze the filling before working with it.
posted:
11/22/2004
very good and easy to make takes no time at all
posted:
11/22/2004
This recipe is Great!!! I added no sugar strawberry perserves to one batch and carmel topping to another. To make the process faster I put choc in candy molds then filled with flavored cream and topped with more choc. It was a hit with my family and co-workers. Theses make wonderful holiday gift treats.
posted:
4/26/2004
DELICIOUS!!!!!
posted:
3/19/2003
Just to be different I divided the fondant into 3rd's adding ground peanuts and raisions to 1/3, coconut to another and cashews to the other. Rolled in balls and little logs. then dipped. WONDERFUL!!!!
posted:
10/1/2002
posted:
4/10/2002
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