How to make simple fondant roses

These are some REALLY simple fondant roses for you to add to your cakes that will make you look like you have been cake decorating forever! They are often referred to as ‘ribbon roses’ although I like to call them ‘modern roses’ as they are a bit more funky and fun than a traditional, old-school rose. They are also a lot less work!!

I made these for a 2-tier birthday cake for a paying customer.

How to make fondant roses…

Step 1: Take a small amount of fondant in the color of your choice. You can add some CMC powder or Tylose to make the fondant less sticky and wet if you like but fresh fondant will still work.

Step 2: Roll it into a thin flat long piece.

Step 3: Roughly cut all the edges into a rectangle shape. The size is up to you but you can play around with this depending on the rose size you are after.

How to make simple fondant roses

How to make simple fondant roses

How to make simple fondant roses

Step 4: Start rolling up the fondant from one end quite tightly.

How to make simple fondant roses

How to make simple fondant roses

Step 5: As you keep rolling the fondant up, start to bunch it a varying intervals so that it starts to get wider and less tight. Fold the excess fondant at the bottom of the rose. Always keep your eye on the front of the rose as this is what people will see. Pull out some edges if you like a more open style rose.

How to make simple fondant roses

Step 6: Once you have finished winding the fondant up, squeeze the bottom of the rose into a cone shape. Then gently turn down the edges of the flower, so it shows the petals opening, like a real rose shape..

How to make simple fondant roses

How to make simple fondant roses

Step 7: Cut off the excess fondant at the bottom of the rose. This will make it look more neat and will enable it to fit nicely onto your cake design. Plus it will also save you money on fondant and supplies!

How to make simple fondant roses

Step 8: Again squeeze the rose in at the bottom, so it’s neat and and realistic. If you feel that it’s necessary you can add some hooked floral wire into the centre of the rose to give it a grounding on your cake. If you are making them fresh for your cake they will often stick well, but if you are allowing them to dry in advance, the floral wire is useful.

How to make simple fondant roses

Ta da! A simple fondant ribbon rose is complete!

How to make simple fondant roses

By Yeners Way – December 20, 2014

Learn a super quick and easy way to make beautiful, simple fondant roses that look realistic and elegant. Once mastered, this method will allow you to make a fondant rose in less than 2 minutes!

Making sugar roses is one of the most common skills for a cake decorator to acquire so Chef Yener is here to show you a quick and easy way to achieve realistic looking fondant roses. Once mastered, this method will allow you to make beautiful looking fondant roses very quickly.

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While not everything on this list is absolutely required, these are the things used in this tutorial video. Of course you are welcome to find alternative ways of doing things and we would love to hear if you’ve discovered an easier method or better tool to achieve good results.

  • Transparent perspex (hard plastic) pusher/li>
  • Knife/li>
  • Fork/li>
  • Scissors
  • Plastic bag (sleeve)
  • Oil spray
  • Firm fondant (mix with 10-15 percent extra icing sugar)
  • Watch the entire tutorial completely and take notes while comparing the tools list to what tools you have available to you.
  • This is art, and no method or technique is set in stone. This is why we recommend you watch the entire tutorial first before you start gathering all the things in the list above. You may think of ways you might substitute tools or techniques with your own ideas.

23 Comments

Hi chef loved the tutorial! Could you please have a simple template of the transparent spoon you used?

Thank you so much, love the tutorial.

Thank you so much for this tutorial.
I have 2 questions.
1. for how long can the roses be kept and used (stock reserve)?
2. Can you please explain what is the difference between Fondant and Gum past and what are the different uses?

How to make simple fondant roses

Hi, Goldie Thanks for your compliments. 1. You can keep them in a box ( no need airtight) for few months . They are not going to be disappeared after that =). They may just loose the colour and so on. 2. If you read the ingredients, they both the same. The only difference is gum paste has more tylose or whatever the gum they use. That makes it fondant has better stretch for coating, gum paste has the ability to hold the shapes for modelling. Also, gum paste dries faster. You can add your own Tylose into fondant to achieve that to some degree.

How to make simple fondant roses

Dear Mr. Yener Merry Christmas! Please let me know what is the difference between these tutorial and the free one avaibke on YouTube?
Thank you in advance.

How to make simple fondant roses

Dear Mr. Yener Merry Christmas! Please let me know what is the difference between these tutorial and the free one available on YouTube?
Thank you in advance.

How to make simple fondant roses

Yenersway tutorials are long, detail complete cakes or centerpiece, comes with a printable booklet. Youtube videos are short previews of those videos and short single useful cake decorating tricks. Thanks

Thank you for this easy rose tutorial…. I can see it will certainly save time, and yet still look wonderful. It will be great for many applications instead of preparing the more complex versions. Thank you for your willingness to share skills from your life-long learning.

How to make simple fondant roses

You are welcome . I am glad you like it. Thanks

How to make simple fondant roses

The tutorial is really useful! Congratulations Mr. Yeners!
I am motivated to start practicing. :oD

Hi, thank you for the tutorial. Roses are stunning.
Could you please advise what is the best way to attach the rose to the cake? I am making 3 tier cake with flowerfall of roses from the top to the bottom.. hope it makes sense
Thank you x

How to make simple fondant roses

Use White chocolate for glue . Later, hide the joining parts with leaves

Thank you so much for immediate reply:) The cake is now done I have posted the photo.. Not perfect as yours but bridesmaid loved the cake:)
Thank you again

Beautiful really nice chef plz I can use gum paste or just fondant?
Sorry for my simple question but what I mean that gum past most of time the use it for rose are the same like fondant.
I am just start learn about it.

How to make simple fondant roses

Gum past and fondant is not same paste but it will also work of course

Hi Alicia and Serdar, I have made the roses with Marshmallows Fondant. It worked beautifully – I did not knead in much extra sugar but I added 1 Tsp of CMC per 2-300 g of Fondant.
I hope this helps, cheers.
PS: Thank you Serdar, it is a wonderful way of making beautiful roses -:)

Hi chef, is it possible to use marshmallow fondant?

How to make simple fondant roses

I never tried that but I think if you knead enough icing sugar in side will work. Let me know please

How to make simple fondant roses

I think so. If it is too soft add some icing sugar till the fondant firm enough.

Great tutorial as always chef.
Can you tell me please how much icing sugar you put into regular fondant to make it harder?
Thank you.
Regards.

How to make simple fondant roses

start from 10 percent . you can go up to 20 . depending on your fondant and your comfort

Ever wondered how to make a fondant rose? Fondant roses are easy to make with this step by step tutorial that doesn’t use any special cutters or equipment.

How to make simple fondant roses

Are you thinking of spring and flowers yet? It’s going to be about 80 degrees here today, so I am. (And I’m dreading the upcoming summer–all of you cold people can mock me then.) This weekend I’m throwing a tea party birthday for my friend’s mother, and I thought I’d show you how I like to make my fondant roses.

How to make simple fondant roses

I even make my gum paste roses this way, usually, because it’s so quick and easy, and I don’t feel like pulling out the gumpaste cutters and letting the roses dry upside down and all that rigamaroll. This is way easier.

How to make simple fondant roses

One fondant rose looks pretty cool, but if you put a whole bunch of them together, they’re really something special! I made this cake for my daughter’s second birthday. Her nickname is Tykki-dyw (the Cornish word for butterfly–my website is named after her, but with a simplified spelling 😉 ), so we had a butterfly birthday party.

Materials for Making Fondant Roses:

  • fondant(or gum paste, or modeling chocolate)
  • Spray oil (I just use the olive oil spray I have on hand for cooking)
  • gel or paste food coloring (I like Americolor gel brand)

How to make simple fondant roses

How to Make Fondant Roses:

Step 1) Pull off a small quantity of fondant. Keep the rest of the fondant in an airtight bag while you’re not using it. Roll the lump of fondant into a ball, and then pinch it into a teardrop shape.

Step 2) Pull off another small quantity of fondant, about the same size as the teardrop. Roll into a ball, and then flatten it against the oiled counter into a thin disk. Make one half extra thin. That will be the rose petal.

Step 3) Wrap your rose petal around the fondant teardrop. This creates the center of the rose. Be sure that the thin edge of your petal is the pretty part at the top of the rose.

Step 4) Make another petal and add it to the rose.

How to make simple fondant roses

Continue adding petals to the rose until it’s the size you need.

It looks great, doesn’t it? But it’s got a great big bulky mass at the bottom of the rose. Don’t worry!

Step 5) Grab the rose gently in one hand, and pinch and twist off the bulky extra fondant at the base with the other hand. This pinches the petals of the roses together so it won’t fall apart (even without any vodka or other edible “glue”), and it gets rid of that unsightly bulk. Use that pinched off leftover fondant to create the teardrop shaped centers for the next one or two roses!

How to make simple fondant roses

Tips for Making Fondant Roses:

Color your fondant before forming the roses.

Spray your counter lightly with oil to prevent the fondant from sticking to the surface. You could also use corn starch or powdered sugar, but that dries it out, and can even affect the color. One of those aerosol cans of cooking oil is the way to go.

Roses look best if you use an odd number of petals: 3 for a small bud, 5 for a normal rose, 7 for a large rose.

How to make simple fondant roses

Uses for Fondant Roses:

  • Use fondant roses to decorate cakes
  • or cupcakes!
  • or even cookies!
  • or cake pops!

How to make simple fondant roses

Can I use this Fondant Rose Technique with Other Materials?

Yes! I’ve used this technique to sculpt roses out of:

  • fondant
  • gum paste
  • modeling chocolate
  • rolled buttercream
  • Even Fimo clay!

How to make simple fondant roses

This is a rolled buttercream rose. It’s American buttercream made so thick and stiff that you can actually model with it, like fondant, but it tastes like buttercream. The technique is the same with any material you can shape and model.

And if you want it all in one gigantic pinnable image, here you go:

How to make simple fondant roses

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How to make simple fondant roses

Today I want to share with you How to Make Simple Fondant Ribbon Roses. These roses are very easy to make, and they’re perfect to adorn little girl birthday cakes (as you see above) or baby shower cakes or cupcakes (see a cupcake at the end of the post), or even for wedding cakes!

For this tutorial I’ll only be making one size of ribbon roses, but as you can see on the cake up top, you can make them smaller or larger and they’re still just as pretty! They also don’t require a long drying time, so they can be made for last minute projects.

The biggest benefit however, in my opinion, is that they can be made very quickly! I could easily make a few dozen of these in under an hour to adorn an order of cupcake or to make a cake a little extra special!

How to make simple fondant roses

Here’s what you’ll need… and the list is short today ? :

  • Work Mat
  • Shortening (to prevent sticking)
  • Fondant (I’m using pink)
  • Small rolling pin
  • Ribbon cutter
  • Scalpal or Xacto blade

Once you have all of your tools and materials gathered, you can get started immediately!

Step 1: Start by rubbing down your work surface with a thin layer of shortening to prevent sticking. Once it’s ready, roll out your fondant into a long rope or snake. The length and diameter of your rope will depend on how large of a rose you want to make.

For the roses that I’m making in this tutorial (to go on a cupcake), the rope is about 10 inches long and less than an inch in diameter.

How to make simple fondant roses

Step 2: Using your small rolling pin to flatten the rope. I like to make mine no more than 1/8th of an inch thick.

How to make simple fondant roses

How to make simple fondant roses

Step 3: Once you have it rolled out evenly, set your ribbon cutter to the width of the ribbon you’d like to cut and simply roll over it to cut the ribbon! You could also do this with a ruler and pastry cutter, but I use my ribbon cutter almost every week for cake projects and I highly recommend having one!

For these flowers, I had the ribbon width set to about 1 inch. For smaller flowers, you could make the ribbons narrower. Once the ribbon is cut, use the scalpel to cut the ends off even/straight (not pictured).

How to make simple fondant roses

Step 4: Start at one one of the fondant ribbon and begin rolling it up. I like to keep them tight in the center.

How to make simple fondant roses

Step 5: After making a few loops, I begin to loosen it up at the top by pinching it on the bottom – this causes the top of the ribbons to flair out a bit.

How to make simple fondant roses

How to make simple fondant roses

Step 6: Keep rolling and pinching until you have the size flower that you want. I wanted flowers to cover the top of my cupcake, so I made them a little larger:

How to make simple fondant roses

But as you can see on this simple Ribbon Roses and Ballet Cake, I mixed small and large roses and it turned out beautifully!a

How to make simple fondant roses

And that’s it! I hope you’ve enjoyed this little tutorial and feel free to leave any questions in the comments below!

How to make simple fondant roses

By Yeners Way – December 20, 2014

Learn a super quick and easy way to make beautiful, simple fondant roses that look realistic and elegant. Once mastered, this method will allow you to make a fondant rose in less than 2 minutes!

Making sugar roses is one of the most common skills for a cake decorator to acquire so Chef Yener is here to show you a quick and easy way to achieve realistic looking fondant roses. Once mastered, this method will allow you to make beautiful looking fondant roses very quickly.

  • Downloads
  • Lessons
  • Preparations

Downloadable Course Material

How to make simple fondant roses

Download File
Purchase this tutorial or subscribe to gain access to downloadable course material.

IMPORTANT
If you have purchased this tutorial or are subscribed, and still can’t download the file,
please try accessing it from our other site, YenersWay.tv.
At YenersWay.tv, the Course Material can be found under the “Resources” tab.

While not everything on this list is absolutely required, these are the things used in this tutorial video. Of course you are welcome to find alternative ways of doing things and we would love to hear if you’ve discovered an easier method or better tool to achieve good results.

  • Transparent perspex (hard plastic) pusher/li>
  • Knife/li>
  • Fork/li>
  • Scissors
  • Plastic bag (sleeve)
  • Oil spray
  • Firm fondant (mix with 10-15 percent extra icing sugar)
  • Watch the entire tutorial completely and take notes while comparing the tools list to what tools you have available to you.
  • This is art, and no method or technique is set in stone. This is why we recommend you watch the entire tutorial first before you start gathering all the things in the list above. You may think of ways you might substitute tools or techniques with your own ideas.

23 Comments

Hi chef loved the tutorial! Could you please have a simple template of the transparent spoon you used?

Thank you so much, love the tutorial.

Thank you so much for this tutorial.
I have 2 questions.
1. for how long can the roses be kept and used (stock reserve)?
2. Can you please explain what is the difference between Fondant and Gum past and what are the different uses?

How to make simple fondant roses

Hi, Goldie Thanks for your compliments. 1. You can keep them in a box ( no need airtight) for few months . They are not going to be disappeared after that =). They may just loose the colour and so on. 2. If you read the ingredients, they both the same. The only difference is gum paste has more tylose or whatever the gum they use. That makes it fondant has better stretch for coating, gum paste has the ability to hold the shapes for modelling. Also, gum paste dries faster. You can add your own Tylose into fondant to achieve that to some degree.

How to make simple fondant roses

Dear Mr. Yener Merry Christmas! Please let me know what is the difference between these tutorial and the free one avaibke on YouTube?
Thank you in advance.

How to make simple fondant roses

Dear Mr. Yener Merry Christmas! Please let me know what is the difference between these tutorial and the free one available on YouTube?
Thank you in advance.

How to make simple fondant roses

Yenersway tutorials are long, detail complete cakes or centerpiece, comes with a printable booklet. Youtube videos are short previews of those videos and short single useful cake decorating tricks. Thanks

Thank you for this easy rose tutorial…. I can see it will certainly save time, and yet still look wonderful. It will be great for many applications instead of preparing the more complex versions. Thank you for your willingness to share skills from your life-long learning.

How to make simple fondant roses

You are welcome . I am glad you like it. Thanks

How to make simple fondant roses

The tutorial is really useful! Congratulations Mr. Yeners!
I am motivated to start practicing. :oD

Hi, thank you for the tutorial. Roses are stunning.
Could you please advise what is the best way to attach the rose to the cake? I am making 3 tier cake with flowerfall of roses from the top to the bottom.. hope it makes sense
Thank you x

How to make simple fondant roses

Use White chocolate for glue . Later, hide the joining parts with leaves

Thank you so much for immediate reply:) The cake is now done I have posted the photo.. Not perfect as yours but bridesmaid loved the cake:)
Thank you again

Beautiful really nice chef plz I can use gum paste or just fondant?
Sorry for my simple question but what I mean that gum past most of time the use it for rose are the same like fondant.
I am just start learn about it.

How to make simple fondant roses

Gum past and fondant is not same paste but it will also work of course

Hi Alicia and Serdar, I have made the roses with Marshmallows Fondant. It worked beautifully – I did not knead in much extra sugar but I added 1 Tsp of CMC per 2-300 g of Fondant.
I hope this helps, cheers.
PS: Thank you Serdar, it is a wonderful way of making beautiful roses -:)

Hi chef, is it possible to use marshmallow fondant?

How to make simple fondant roses

I never tried that but I think if you knead enough icing sugar in side will work. Let me know please

How to make simple fondant roses

I think so. If it is too soft add some icing sugar till the fondant firm enough.

Great tutorial as always chef.
Can you tell me please how much icing sugar you put into regular fondant to make it harder?
Thank you.
Regards.

How to make simple fondant roses

start from 10 percent . you can go up to 20 . depending on your fondant and your comfort

How to make simple fondant roses

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How to make simple fondant roses

Today I want to share with you How to Make Simple Fondant Ribbon Roses. These roses are very easy to make, and they’re perfect to adorn little girl birthday cakes (as you see above) or baby shower cakes or cupcakes (see a cupcake at the end of the post), or even for wedding cakes!

For this tutorial I’ll only be making one size of ribbon roses, but as you can see on the cake up top, you can make them smaller or larger and they’re still just as pretty! They also don’t require a long drying time, so they can be made for last minute projects.

The biggest benefit however, in my opinion, is that they can be made very quickly! I could easily make a few dozen of these in under an hour to adorn an order of cupcake or to make a cake a little extra special!

How to make simple fondant roses

Here’s what you’ll need… and the list is short today ? :

  • Work Mat
  • Shortening (to prevent sticking)
  • Fondant (I’m using pink)
  • Small rolling pin
  • Ribbon cutter
  • Scalpal or Xacto blade

Once you have all of your tools and materials gathered, you can get started immediately!

Step 1: Start by rubbing down your work surface with a thin layer of shortening to prevent sticking. Once it’s ready, roll out your fondant into a long rope or snake. The length and diameter of your rope will depend on how large of a rose you want to make.

For the roses that I’m making in this tutorial (to go on a cupcake), the rope is about 10 inches long and less than an inch in diameter.

How to make simple fondant roses

Step 2: Using your small rolling pin to flatten the rope. I like to make mine no more than 1/8th of an inch thick.

How to make simple fondant roses

How to make simple fondant roses

Step 3: Once you have it rolled out evenly, set your ribbon cutter to the width of the ribbon you’d like to cut and simply roll over it to cut the ribbon! You could also do this with a ruler and pastry cutter, but I use my ribbon cutter almost every week for cake projects and I highly recommend having one!

For these flowers, I had the ribbon width set to about 1 inch. For smaller flowers, you could make the ribbons narrower. Once the ribbon is cut, use the scalpel to cut the ends off even/straight (not pictured).

How to make simple fondant roses

Step 4: Start at one one of the fondant ribbon and begin rolling it up. I like to keep them tight in the center.

How to make simple fondant roses

Step 5: After making a few loops, I begin to loosen it up at the top by pinching it on the bottom – this causes the top of the ribbons to flair out a bit.

How to make simple fondant roses

How to make simple fondant roses

Step 6: Keep rolling and pinching until you have the size flower that you want. I wanted flowers to cover the top of my cupcake, so I made them a little larger:

How to make simple fondant roses

But as you can see on this simple Ribbon Roses and Ballet Cake, I mixed small and large roses and it turned out beautifully!a

How to make simple fondant roses

And that’s it! I hope you’ve enjoyed this little tutorial and feel free to leave any questions in the comments below!

How to make simple fondant roses

Yesterday I posted the recipe and the photo’s of the gorgeous Valentine’s Day Cupcakes I baked and I promised that I would show you how to make the beautiful pink and white fondant (plastic icing) roses on top of them.

Let me just start by saying that I am NOT a pastry chef, nor have I ever been trained to be one. And I know my roses aren’t perfect but for someone self-taught, I don’t think they look that bad. I started playing around with the roses when my twins started playing with play-dough and they made me play with them. I just rolled the clay into sausages and rolled them into coils and started pinching and squeezing them until they looked like roses. Then one day I started adding ‘petals’ and that’s how my roses were born. So if you are nervous of starting off with fondant, try with some play-dough first.

But, it’s much harder with fondant because fondant is made of sugar and the heat of your hands melt the sugar, so it gets sticky. Therefore, I always have cornflour on my working surface to just lightly coat my fingers as I’m working. But another catch, you can’t use too much cornflour or else the fondant will dry out too much and it will start cracking. So I’m not saying this is easy-peasy but after a few times of doing it, you’ll get the hang of it.

I buy my fondant already made from my local baking supplier (Fondant is called Plastic Icing in South Africa, don’t mistake it for Marzipan) and just colour it myself. It’s very important that you don’t use liquid food colouring when doing this as liquid food colouring will make everything sticky and will just thin the fondant out too much. Either use the gels you get at the baking shop or use the food colour powder (mainly used for chocolate colouring). I like using the powder as it doesn’t change the texture of the fondant too much.

Ok, so let’s get started.Gather yourself some cornflour, your mixed fondant and the colouring of your choice. You could also use gloves as the colour might stain your hands but I find my hands become sweaty in them and then I start panicking and I give up. I just wash my hand really well with dishwashing liquid afterwards. I use a silicone cutting mat I bought a while ago as the fondant doesn’t stick to it too much but you could work on any surface as long as you keep it covered with a thin layer of cornflour.

How to make simple fondant roses

Next, place a few drops of the gel food colouring on your fondant and work it in. You’ll need to knead really well until all the colouring is distributed evenly. Keep adding colouring until you get to your desired shade.

How to make simple fondant roses

How to make simple fondant roses

Next, break off a small piece of the fondant and roll it into a sausage.

How to make simple fondant roses

Now, flatten the sausage. (As you can see so far, nothing is done perfectly)

How to make simple fondant roses

Next you’re going to roll up the fondant sausage into a coil (snail). Set it aside.

How to make simple fondant roses

Break off another small piece of fondant (about 1-1.5cm) and roll it into a ball.

How to make simple fondant roses

Now, flatten the ball against the palm of your hand or against your working surface to form a rough, petal shape.

How to make simple fondant roses

Now, fold the petal around one side of the coiled up fondant sausage.

How to make simple fondant roses

Continue rolling and forming petals with the fondant and continue placing them around the coil. Overlap them slightly with the previous petals to make it look even more professional.

How to make simple fondant roses

How to make simple fondant roses

When you have added enough petals to your liking, place the rose on a wire drying rack and continue making more roses.

How to make simple fondant roses

Allow for the roses to dry slightly so they become firm and then use as decoration on cakes or cupcakes.

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What’s better than actual rose petals to decorate your desserts? Edible Fondant Rose Petals ! They’re perfect to decorate cupcakes, cakes and cookies, and to be used as a garnish for drinks and other desserts too! Here’s a complete video tutorial for free! ?

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How to make simple fondant roses

How to make simple fondant roses

A few months ago, I made this amazing Vanilla Rose and White Chocolate Cocktail inspired by my Sri Lankan Falooda drink, but never got around to publishing it on the blog until today. It’s a delightfully delicious, sweet, creamy, floral white chocolate cocktail flavoured with a Rose syrup made from scratch and it also has a very romantic feel to it because of that gorgeous red, pink colours. I decided to take that romantic vibe a step further, and made these beautiful fondant rose petals to garnish that cocktail.

So if you guys have fondant tools (which are easy to find in any cake decorating supplies store, or some supermarkets or on Amazon), here’s a SIMPLE tutorial on how to make those gorgeous and very realistic-looking Fondant Rose Petals, so you can decorate absolutely anything you want with edible flower petals like these! ?

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