Sugar Free Fondant Recipe

Sugar Free Sunday, Uncategorized

Diabetic Cake Fondant

This week for Sugar Free Sunday, I decided to make Sugar Free Marshmallow Fondant. I love making celebration cakes for friends and family, but when I use ordinary fondant, some of my family can’t enjoy the cake because of the vast amounts of sugar in the icing.

So to ensure everyone can enjoy my bakes, I have been using this recipe to make sugar free fondant.

You will need:

Equal parts Sugar Free Marshmallows and Powdered Sweetener

½ Table spoon of water

Additional powdered sweetener for dusting and if necessary for the fondant.

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Method:

  1. Microwave the marshmallows in 30 second blasts (normally takes 1 – 1.5 minutes) until all merges into 1 when you stir
  2. In a large mixing bowl, measure the sweetener and pour the melted marshmallow on top
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  3. Using a wooden spoon, mix together the sweetener and the marshmallows until a ball starts to form.
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  4. Heavily dust a clean work surface with powdered sweetener and pour the marshmallow ball onto the work surface
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  5. Coat your hands in the powdered sweetener to help the mixture not stick to you too much.
  6. Knead the fondant ball with the heal of your hand until a smooth ball is formed.
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  7. You may need to incorporate more sweetener if the mixture is too sticky
  8. When the mixture easily forms a smooth ball, the fondant is complete.
  9. When completely cooled, wrap in cling film and keep in a cool dry place for up to 1 week.

 

When it comes time to use it, simply dust your work surface with powdered sweetener and roll using a rolling pin.

Let me know how you get on if you try this recipe for yourselves!

Love

Nicolie x

P.S to see exactly how I made it, watch my first ever YouTube video >>>

[[Link coming soon]]

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