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Lemon Cream Filling

I was looking for a creamy lemon filling that did not require cooking and came across a nice recipe on cooks.com that was paired with an Angel Food cake recipe. I have altered their recipe a little. This makes a nice light and fluffy creamy lemon filling.

Lemon Cream Filling

Ingredients

  • 1- 8oz pkg cream cheese softened 1 1/2 c whipping cream 1 pkg instant Lemon Pudding mix 1 tsp lemon extract 1/2 c granulated sugar

Instructions

  1. 1: In a large mixer bowl cream sugar and softened cream cheese.
  2. 2: Add pudding mix and extract; mixing just till combined.
  3. 3; Slowly add in the whipping cream; mixing till throughly combined and fluffy. Probably not very nutritional since it's part of a dessert. :) Happy eating.

Comments (31)

How much does this fill for a cake, I need to do a half of sheet would this be enough???
I doubled the recipe a couple of weeks ago and it filled a 12x18 and a 10 inch round.
I am going to try this with chocolate pudding and vanilla extract for my daughters birthday cake tomorrow!
I love this receip, it is nice and fluffy and just the right amount of lemon flavor, also this fiiled a 11x15. I will continue to use this for anyone who request lemon filling!
one question: do you beat whipping cream first and fold in other ingreds. or beat all together?
Hi LeeBD...I only beat the creamcheese and sugar first and then added the other ingredients.
Thanks my CC friends for trying the recipe. I'm glad you all liked it. I use this recipe for all my fillings and only change the pudding/extract combo. I love it, so far I've had a lot of positive reviews from those who have tried it.
Is this filling stable enough to use in tiered cakes?
Hi Ideasinicing, I used this recipe and substituted raspberry for the flavor to go with the silver wedding cake in my photos. I had no problems with it in there.
The first time I tried this recipe I thought it was excellent though a little too sweet. Tried it again and left out the sugar and that did the trick. I think the sweetness of the pudding is enough to make an excellent filling.
I made a batch of this filling today to try it out, and it is sooooo yummy! I am going to be using it for my husband's grandmother 80th birthday party. Thanks for sharing!!! I will let you know what they think after the weekend. I am pumped.
I looooooooove this recipe! I have used it 3 times and get so many AWESOME comments on it :) I'm ac tually about to make some cupcakes and fill them with it.. yuuuuum!
Cupcake filling...how did that work out bmarlow001?? I never thought to put it into cupcakes...and I've been looking for a good cupcake filling. :D
Sounds yummy.....can't wait to try it as well!!!
I found this to be "perfectly" lemony, not overpoweringly flavored as lemon fillings can sometimes be. Very light and fluffy! I used it with white cake, and added thinly sliced fresh strawberries to each layer (layer of filling, topped with strawberries) It was so light and wonderful for spring!
Mamacetadidos - I just got the cupcake filler tip from wilton and stuck it in the center of my cupcakes.. I made them for work and everyone L-O-V-E-D them! :) I don't even work there anymore and I get orders for cakes with this same filling!
Think this filling will be OK unrefrigerated for a wedding cake? I planned to do homemade Lemon Curd but I think I need to change b/c of the eggs?
What size instant pudding box do you use?
I love this filling!! It is so easy... I didn't even measure anything. I creamed the cream cheese with a little bit of sugar (not quite 1/2 cup because I didn't want too sweet) then added all the other ingredients and whipped until fluffy. I used a whole small carton of heavy whipping cream and it was perfect (added a little at a time to make sure it wouldn't be too thin). It tastes so light an refreshing. I can't wait to try in other flavors. Made enough to fill a 10inch and 8inch round, with a little left over. Thank you!!! =)
Any ideas on how to make this peach flavored? Would peach jello work instead of the pudding? And maybe just vanilla extract? Has anyone tried?
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