thanks so much, I love this forum! You guys are so talented and I look forward to learning more. I'm pretty new to this cake thing, I am getting a lot of practice by making cakes for friends but I would like to one day make money at it. I took a one week class at a culinary school in NYC but all we learned was piping, so I'm self-teaching myself more on a cake by cake basis.
I've attached a couple of recent cakes (one was for a bridal shower, the other a birthday cake for a friend who makes wooden bookmarks), thanks for looking and thanks in advance for MMF advice!
Best of luck
Any ideas what I'm doing wrong? I add 2 tablespoons of water to the marshmallows at the beginning when I melt them. Then I add in almost a whole 2 lb bag of powdered sugar, saving about a cup and a half in case I need it.
Also, if you don't have a mw, you can use marshmallow fluff instead. I found it much easier and cleaner than the melting method. Just mix flavoring (and color) into mm fluff, then mix in one cup of conf sugar at a time until a dough is formed. I do this by hand.
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