Sir Chocolate Easter series – How to make the roundy twins out of fondant

This tutorial teaches you how to make the roundy twins out of candy coated Easter eggs and fondant.

How to make the roundy twins out of fondant tutorial

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21 thoughts on “Sir Chocolate Easter series – How to make the roundy twins out of fondant

  1. Adorable, Robbie. They would be so cute in an Easter basket – but then only kids who didn’t still believe in the Bunny would be able to participate in their creation.

    Since learning from you that fondant is incredibly sweet, if I were making them for baskets I’d make the main part of the head with a large malted milk ball or others of the larger round candies – because you KNOW kids are eventually going to try to eat them. lol 😉
    xx,
    mgh
    (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMORE dot com)
    ADD Coach Training Field founder; ADD Coaching co-founder
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    1. I read this with great interest, Madelyn. The discussion around how a further “shock” could result in a recall of the initial shock was particularly interesting in the context of my son’s operations and subsequent trauma. I had a very useful discussion with him about this article. Thank you again for sharing.

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