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Using candyfloss as cake decoration - will it last?

(5 Posts)
ItsIcyOutsideIThinkINeedThorin Sun 03-Feb-13 08:27:15

Am liking soggify as a verb, btw smile

ItsIcyOutsideIThinkINeedThorin Sun 03-Feb-13 08:26:55

Oh, pants sad I guess I could add it at the last minute but I was hoping to avoid that...

slalomsuki Sun 03-Feb-13 08:23:10

No it won't last. It will pick up moisture from the air very quickly and start to dissolve and return to sugar.

MaMaPo Sun 03-Feb-13 08:22:58

It will completely soggify. This happened on one of the cooking shows - might have been Masterchef Australia. Could you buy it sealed to stay fresh, then add at the last minute?

ItsIcyOutsideIThinkINeedThorin Sun 03-Feb-13 08:20:08

I want to use candy floss on top of a cake - will it last for a few days, does anyone know? Or will it melt into a soggy pink mess? smile

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