Fondant Calculator

Use this tool to calculate how much fondant you need (by weight), to coat a specific sized cake at a desired thickness. The calculator will also let you know how big you need to roll out the fondant to comfortably coat the specified cake size.

Please create a free account, subscribe or purchase any individual tutorial at Yeners Way to gain access to this tool.


  1. Elny Widjaja says:

    I have tried to stick dried fondant decorations to a fondant cake using corn syrup diluted with a bit of water, but it didn’t work.
    How to stick dried fondant decoration without being messy on the fondant cake? Pls help. Thanks.

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      I always use white chocolate to do that.

  2. Wisdom Akpabio says:

    I’m from Nigeria. I have a problem subscribing even when I add a particular item to my cart. I end up seeing a blank page when I proceed to buy the videos and downloadable course outline. please help me with this. Thank you!
    Wisdom form Nigeria.

  3. colemanscupcakes says:

    Can you please tell me how you made the drop rose petals rolled up on your book tutorial? you have roses, leafs and then you have rolled petals to match the roses spreaded out? how did you make them? thanks

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      They are just single patales rolled or shape the fondant in drop shape and push down with an hard object only on the side than rolled. Please watch the video again . Thanks

      1. marchism says:

        I have tried to use the fondant calculater, it doen’t seem to work, it will not let you enter any info. How much fondant is needed to cover a rectangle cake 5 inches in height by 11 inches? Thanks for awesome tutorials.

        1. Serdar Yener says:

          if you roll 3 mm thick you need 1750 gr
          4 mm thick 2300 gr thanks.

  4. Polster says:

    Hello, I’ve been watching you lovely tutorial on how to roll fondant. In the tutorial it says the “Fondant Calculator” is free as long as you sign up,with an email address. I have done that but still cannot access it, can you help,please. Thank you.

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      Hi Polster, sorry about the difficulty you faced. Please try again, we made necessary changes. Thanks

  5. RDANY24 says:

    HELLO I SAW YOUR GREAT TUTORIAL FOR PEPPA Pig figures, I am from Chile and want to download and print the blueprints to do the figures. Please let me know where I can download them.
    Thanks and love your site!

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      You can download templates from But you have to subscribe. Sorry

  6. SAI says:

    Hi Serdar, , l am new to cake making and decorating. l have baked a lot but trying to set up a cake business on the long run. where do l start from? Do l have to subscribe to use the free resources?

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      Yes .but fist thing you have to do business plan . Search for that

  7. Anne Smith says:

    Very useful. A tool I will refer back to again and again. Thank you

  8. Jeyaluxmy Kathiravelu says:

    Hi chef, Can you give me measurement of your fondant repie?
    Thank you

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      not yet

  9. Suzanne Butcher says:

    I have been a cake decorator for 36 yrs and have recently retired…. I still purchase Yeners Way tutorials as they keep me informed, and I just love Serdar and the way he explains everything. Only now my hands are itching to try out his methods. These tutorials are real value for money and so much better than spending my money on magazines which only show adverts… Xx

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      Thanks Suzanne. You are very kind.

  10. Sarah Le Moignan says:

    3-4mm? I keep hearing this, yet I roll mine thinner. Is it preferred at 4mm due to the taste or ease of use? Thanks.

  11. KYRKI says:

    Hi chefs
    What is the Fondant Thickness that you prefar?
    Thank you

    1. Serkan Yener says:

      I think about 4mm is just right.

  12. Bunny Gaudiello says:

    What a fantastic resource! No more ‘guesstimating’.

    1. Serkan Yener says:

      Thanks Bunny, I hope it comes in handy 🙂

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