Isomalt is a sugar-substitute primarily used in sugar-free candy production or sugar art sculpture due to its sugar-like physical properties. Unlike sugar however, isomalt is more ‘forgiving’. When worked with and stored correctly, isomalt is a lot of fun. And the ‘wow’ factor it adds to your cakes and desserts is absolutely breathtaking.
If you’ve been wanting to try your hands at making isomalt decorations but don’t know where to start, then this course is perfect for you.
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Elegant isomalt pieces that are stunning on their own or magical when paired with chocolate sails. Make them clear or opaque, the choice is yours.
The DTC Bowl Sail is quite iconic, and when it’s made with isomalt it is a bold statement! Learn how to make the bowl sail in block colours as well as multi-colours.
An easy way to use up leftover isomalt for a fun, textured finish.
How to make fun shapes using isomalt.
A comprehensive list of frequently asked questions to help you troubleshoot should things not go according to plan.
For the first 4 months of 2020, we donated $17,000 AUD to organisations that helped, and continue to help, those affected by the devastating bushfires that ravaged Australia:
Foodbank NSW – $4316
Wildlife Victoria – $4317,
National Bushfire Disaster Appeal – $2025,
Vets for Compassion – $450,
Foodbank Victoria – $1575.
Between May 2020 and August 2021, we donated all proceeds to Foodbank Victoria who are doing incredible work to help with the COVID-19 Food Crisis. To date (end of August 2021) we have donated a total of $7251.00 to Foodbank Victoria.
You can read more about the amazing work they’re doing here: Foodbank Victoria.
From October 2021, all donations will be made to Impact For Women, who are making a difference for women and children escaping extreme violence at home.
Impact For Women – $1587.55