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    This recipe is from www.sugarcraft.com posted by Michele D Foster. They have other chocolate fondant recipes on their site, so if this doesn't suit your fancy, head there! The color was a nice chocolate brown (imagine that!) and it looked great on my cake! I thought it was quite nice tasting as well. I used one 2 lb. bag of powdered sugar and it seemed to work well.

    Recipe #352379

    This recipe is from www.thecookduke.com and it actually tastes good! Tips from the website: 1. When you make fondant, both the dough and the icing, make sure to make it in room temperature – Too cold or too warm room will hurt the dough 2. When you calculate the quantity of fondant icing required, it’s better to have too much fondant icing rather than too little, as leftover icing can be stored and used at a later date, or used for extra decorations 3. Make sure you make fondant on a clean and smooth working surface. Jewelry on your fingers or wrists or fluffy clothing could hurt the fondant’s surface

    Recipe #352082

    Necessity is the mother of invention! This is not hot/spicy at all, but can easily be jazzed up. I don't measure when I cook, so I guessed on the bisque and Worcestershire. This can easily be halved and I imagine that it would be a great crock pot recipe. I have a ton of left-overs so I am keeping some in the freezer for an easy meal later.

    Recipe #319475


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