Last Updated on January 26, 2022
Introducing the Fondant Flower. This is a simple project that consists of four parts: baking, assembling, decorating and storing your flowers. The final step will be to eat them which can cause tooth decay so please don’t do it!
“how to store fondant decorations” is a question that has been asked many times. This article will show you the best ways to store your fondant flowers, so they don’t get ruined.
Why do my fondant decorations go soft?
A: Fondant decorations can go soft if they are exposed to high temperatures for too long. This is because the fondant contains a lot of sugar, which melts when heated. If you want your decorations to stay hard, store them in an airtight container or wrap them in plastic wrap before putting them in the oven.
The “how to store fondant decorations made in advance” is a blog post about how to store fondant flowers. The author of the blog post discusses how to store fondant decorations that have been made in advance so they can be used later on.
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