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Fondant Daisies


Lovely fondant daisies are sure to brighten up your favorite cakes and cupcakes. They’re quite simple to make and extra tasty — thanks to a three-ingredient marshmallow fondant recipe and a sunny REESE’S PIECES Candy center. You’ll need just a few supplies to make these happy fondant flowers, perfect for welcoming spring. Learn all the pro tips about fondant and how to use fondant in baking!

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organizing and preparing your workstation

Prep your work surface with a light dusting of cornstarch or powdered sugar.

rolling out the fondant dough

Roll out fondant dough to a 1/8-inch thickness.

cutting out daisy shapes using fondant cutter

Using the daisy cutter, press into the dough to make a flower shape.

combining fondant with reeses pieces candy

Add a small amount of edible adhesive to the center of the daisy and add a yellow REESE’S PIECES Candy on top.

finishing the fondant flowers and repeating previous direction steps

Repeat steps 3-4 to create as many daisies as you like.


Create all types of flowers by swapping your cutter style or using colored fondant dough. Use this method or try Sunflowers, Leaves or Roses.

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Jennifer Sbranti
Graphic Designer and Creative Events Stylist
Jennifer Sbranti
Graphic Designer and Creative Events Stylist

Jennifer Sbranti is a mom of 2 and the founder of Hostess with the Mostess (HWTM), a creative lifestyle brand established in 2006. Her graphic design work and party ideas have been featured in media outlets such as Good Morning America, The Today Show, Real Simple, and more. Through HWTM, Sbranti shares inspiring ways to *bring the fun* to special occasions and everyday moments.