How to make it

  • cut cake into one ich cubes and freeze in a single layer on baking sheet, 4 hours or overnight
  • Fondant: in top of a double boiler dissolve gelatin in the water and add egg white and corn syrup.
  • Whisk and blewnd until mixture reaches 110F ( warm to touch ).I used an instant read thermometer
  • Divide fondant into 3 bowls and add food color and stir to desired color and mix well
  • Line a baking sheet with waxed paper
  • Take two skewers or chop sticks and hold cake and dunk into icing to coat completely, shake off excess
  • Place on waxed paper tray to cool completely
  • I garnished some with jimmies before icing set
  • Or when set place a drop of food color onto each cube and sprinkle with edible gold for design
  • Note: Also the cake can be cut in layers filled with a light coating of raspberry jam if desired, then cut into cubes - more time consuming but delcious too
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  • knoxcop 8 years ago
    Midge! Oh my goodness--these are beautiful! I know how much work they are--I swore these off the business roster 2 years back. WOW! From a pro caker---Girl, you rocked these babies. I'm so proud of your work here and the icing recipe is different. Straight to the keepers, hun. --Kn0x-- :-)
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    lor ate it and said...
    Yummmmmmm... I haven't had petit fours in ages. HIGH 5!!!
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    chichimonkeyface ate it and said...
    absolutely gorgeous!
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  • momo_55grandma 8 years ago
    Time consuming but indeed beautiful-will try for christmas as luvallthe different colors. thnks high5
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