This application with step by step instructions to help you make the perfect fondant rose!
Are you thinking of spring and flowers yet? It's going to be about 80 degrees here today, so I am. You even make your gum paste roses this way, usually, because it's so quick and easy, and you don't feel like pulling out the gumpaste cutters and letting the roses dry upside down and all that rigamaroll. This is way easier. One fondant rose looks pretty cool, but if you put a whole bunch of them together, they're really something special!
Supplies: fondant (or gum paste, or modeling chocolate), spray oil, gel or paste food coloring.
Color your fondant before forming the roses.
Spray your counter lightly with oil to prevent the fondant from sticking to the surface. You could also use corn starch or powdered sugar, but that dries it out, and can even affect the color. One of those aerosol cans of cooking oil is the way to go.
Each photo attached text, so you could easily make a decoration!
For detailed instructions on how to make this fondant rose see in this app!