Readers ask: How To Marble Galaxy Fondant?

How do you make marble food coloring with fondant?

Method

  1. Knead fondant until soft and pliable and split into two balls. Set aside one half.
  2. Add a few drops of Queen Food Colour Gel.
  3. Roll the coloured fondant into a log.
  4. Twist logs around each, then roll to bring them tighter.
  5. Your beautiful marbled fondant is ready to be rolled out and used for decorating!

How do you make Galaxy buttercream?

For the Buttercream

  1. Make sure your unsalted butter (not stork) is at room temp.
  2. Beat your butter until smooth.
  3. Add in the icing sugar and beat again!
  4. Add in your melted galaxy chocolate and beat till a lovely buttercream is made. If it’s a little stiff, add in 1-2tbsp of boiling water. Only do this is essential!

How do you make marble fondant icing?

All you need to do is divide your white fondant icing, add a little food colouring to each portion, twist, roll and stretch to work them together, then roll out and… ta-da! You’ve just made really impactful icing – no fancy techniques required. The more times you twist and roll the fondant, the more marbled it will be.

Can you put food Colouring in fondant?

Dip the tip of a knife or a toothpick into the food coloring and smear it on the fondant trying to keep it in one general place. Start with a small amount of food coloring. You can always add more later to get a deeper or darker color. For all other colors, purchase white fondant and color it yourself.

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How do you color buttercream without it splitting?

Use Some Concentration. The simplest way to prevent your buttercream from separating is not to use liquid colorings at all. Liquid colorings, especially those from the supermarket, are relatively weak and are best used a drop or two at a time to create pastels and gentle hues.

How do you make a cake look like a galaxy?

To really enhance the look of a star-filled galaxy, I splatter painted the cake with diluted vanilla buttercream, added these gorgeous Silver Edible Glitter Stars, and topped it all off with a few clusters of these Silver Sprinkles. It turned out so galactic!

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