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My Homemade Vanilla Marshmallow Fondant

Deb Miller’s Vanilla Marshmallow Fondant This is my recipe for Vanilla Marshmallow Fondant. It’s very smooth to work with, drapes beautifully, and tastes somewhat like candy corn. I’ve been asked for the recipe, so I figured I’d finally write it down and share it. It’s color is a perfect match to my homemade butter cream. It is not a bright white. It has more ingredients than many recipes, might take a little longer to make, but it is worth it. Enjoy! ….Doubles well. Ingredients: 1/3 cup – shortening (and more as needed to grease hands while working) 16 oz. – mini marshmallows 2 TBLSP – water 1/4 cup – salted butter 1/2 tsp. – clear butter flavoring 1 TBLSP – glycerin 2 TBLSP – corn syrup 1 1/2 tsp. – clear vanilla Approx. 2 3/4 lb. Sifted 10X confectioners’ sugar 1 1/2 to 2 TBLSP Tylose (as needed for your project) This recipe makes about 3 lb. 13 oz. fondant. Recipe Doubles well. Directions: If you plan to melt marshmallows, etc. in the microwave, use a large glass bowl. You can also melt them in a large, greased bowl over a pan of water on the stove. The choice is yours. If you use the microwave, heat it in short spurts, and check and stir often. It’s WAY faster to use the microwave. 🙂 Grease large bowl with the 1/3 cup shortening. Add the marshmallows, water, and butter (cut in pieces). Heat, stirring often, until it is smooth and melted through. Remove from heat, and stir in Butter Flavoring, Glycerin, Corn Syrup, and Vanilla. Either lightly grease a mixer...