I was pretty busy Sunday morning making this chocolate-marshmallow fondant. I'd never made it before, but I wanted to bring in something I'd be working with (like the regular marshmallow fondant. That's what I usually use instead of the boxed kind because it tastes so much better) and could practice with. Oh, and also? This was the first square cake I've ever baked also in my brand-new square pans. My wedding cake was square, that's how much I love square cakes. I'd also, obviously, never covered a square cake with fondant, and I've heard they can be kind of squirrely, so another chance to practice! I also whipped up a batch of fresh buttercream to ice my cake.
It was kind of a, well, you know, to roll out. It was pretty soft and sticky. And I even added more powdered sugar than the recipe called for! But I managed to get it on the cake in one piece....sooo....SUCCESS!!!!
p.s. This fondant smells and tastes like Tootsie Roll...mmmmm.....so insanely good. I had a lot extra so I shared with the class :) The general consensus was....YUM.
Here's the finished product: