A few drops of Concentrated FlavouringI use Foodie Flavours
Place 10tsps of water into a small cup or jug and then add a few drops of the concentrated flavour and mix together. The flavours are very strong so usually a few drops is all you need if you don't want them to be overpowering.
Sift the fondant icing sugar into a large bowl and make a well in the centre.
Add the water & flavour mixture a teaspoonful at a time, stirring it with a wooden spoon or spatula each time you add more. Keep adding it until it’s too stiff to stir any more.
Gather the mixture up into a ball and turn it out onto a lightly dusted surface.
Knead for a few minutes until it’s completely smooth. If it feels too dry and crumbly, add a few more drops of water and carry on kneading until the water is absorbed. Or if it’s too sticky roll it in some more of the fondant icing sugar and keep kneading.
Your fondant is now ready to be rolled out or modelled.
You can make smaller or larger quantities by using a ratio of 2tsp of water to every 100g of fondant icing sugar.
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Super Simple Flavoured Fondant Recipe By Sarah Sibley https://bakewithsarah.com/super-simple-flavoured-fondant/