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.




  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
  3. Using a wooden spoon, mix together the sweetener and the marshmallows until a ball starts to form.
  4. Heavily dust a clean work surface with powdered sweetener and pour the marshmallow ball onto the work surface
  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.
  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!


Nicolie x

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

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