Easy Homemade Marshmallow Fondant – Microwave Version

Easy Homemade Marshmallow Fondant - Microwave Version

Do you like the taste of fondant? … … Ya, I don’t either. haha. No, I really can’t read your mind, I just know that everybody likes how it looks and nobody likes how it tastes. I had heard that marshmallow fondant tastes better, and now after trying it, I will agree {but still will eat around it}.

I made this Easy Homemade Marshmallow Fondant for the first time almost a year ago for my daughter’s birthday. I was very surprised how easy it was. So lets get to the recipe.

Easy Homemade Marshmallow Fondant – Microwave Version

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. First: Place the measured powdered sugar in a bowl and the marshmallows/water in a separate microwave safe bowl.
  2. Second: Microwave the marshmallows and water for 60 seconds.
  3. Third: Stir the melted marshmallows down and return to the microwave for 30 seconds
  4. Fourth: Slowly add the powdered sugar until it resembles fondant. Use a silicone spatula at first, then after it has cooled enough go for it with your hands.
  5. Fifth: Go to town! Shape it up! Roll it out and do what you do!
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This is what the process looks like. Just so you know, it’s kinda fun, like adult play dough.

microwave marshmallow fondant

Marshmallow Fondant - Microwave Version

Easy  Marshmallow Fondant

Easy Marshmallow Fondant - Microwave Version

Homemade Marshmallow Fondant

Homemade Marshmallow Fondant - Microwave Version

marshmallow fondant

rolling fondant

Make sure to check out what I did with it on this post. Hint: Who sings “Let it Go” and captured the hearts of little girls everywhere.

 

8 thoughts on “Easy Homemade Marshmallow Fondant – Microwave Version

  1. How does this hold up time wise? Could i make flower decorations the day before? Is it easy to work with?

  2. I have found that lightly dusting working surface and fingers with corn starch works really well instead of icing sugar which seems to be sticky. I use a brand new (only for this purpose) BBQ brush for dusting off excess corn starch.

  3. Love this recipe, made it again but used my stand mixer this time with a dough hook attachment. Much easier and less messy.

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