Homemade Flavored Fondant

October 23, 2019

homemade flavored fondant recipe

Fondant is ideal for covering cakes, decorating biscuits, or forming decorations such as flowers or figures. 

Not only colorful, but also tasty!

Industrially-produced fondant is usually fairly tasteless. But with our recipe, you can now bring color and great taste to your fondant. This is a way to give your pastry creations not only a custom look, but also an additional surprise with a custom taste.

Variety with over 50 Flavor Pastes to Choose From

Whether native and exotic fruits, flowers, nuts, coffee, chocolate and caramel, aromatic spices or alcoholic specialties-your creativity will know no bounds with the flavor variety of our pastes for fine pastry. 


60 g

Water, warm

30 g


45 g Dreidoppel Flavor Paste
50 g Glucose or White Corn Syrup
20 g Glycerin
685 g Powdered Sugar, sifted



  1. Put warm water in a small bowl, mix with Sanett and let it bloom for about 5 minutes.
  2. Whisk Dreidoppel Flavor Paste of your choice, glucose or corn syrup, and glycerin into the warm gelatin.
  3. Pour the warm gelatin mixture into the sugar and mix with a dough hook until most of the sugar is incorporated.
  4. Scrape all the dough onto a marble or smooth surface like a silicone pastry mat and knead fondant until smooth ball forms.
  5. Wrap fondant completely in plastic wrap and allow to set for 8 hours.
  6. Before use, knead the fondant until smooth and supple. Roll out on a surface dusted with powdered sugar.


  • If dough seems too sticky, knead in more powdered sugar until smooth.
  • When not using the fondant, cover the fondant so it doesn't get dry and form a skin.