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post #16 of 21
suzyqqq27 What did you get??? that is a great price ....
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post #17 of 21
Ladycake,

The company is called Centrasoy and the product is called Miracle Cake and Icing Shortening. It says on the box that the company, AKA, Central Soy is located in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

I bought it before I had heard about Sweetex and Alpine (before I found this site). I happened upon a bakery supply warehouse while shopping in Syracuse (I'm Canadian) and couldn't believe the price...great isn't it? I bought loads of stuff from there including a 50 lb bag of icing sugar...that was a mistake but the shortening is great.

Suzanne M.
post #18 of 21
Never heard of the stuff....
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post #19 of 21
is the reason for using hr shortening is that it makes a lighter and fluffer icing?
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post #20 of 21
so instead of using 3-4 tbsp of water...use the same amount of liquid coffee creamer. Just making sure, because I want to get it straight.
I am going to have my mother check out Sheilas Party world in delaware to see if they have sweetex, and americolor gels...it has all the wilton stuff so maybe I will have some place where I can go and get the stuff.
post #21 of 21
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Originally Posted by flayvurdfun

so instead of using 3-4 tbsp of water...use the same amount of liquid coffee creamer. Just making sure, because I want to get it straight.
I am going to have my mother check out Sheilas Party world in delaware to see if they have sweetex, and americolor gels...it has all the wilton stuff so maybe I will have some place where I can go and get the stuff.




flayvurdfun you can order sweetex and americolors online there is a few places that will ship across country.... But that place may have it too...

Yes if you use 3-4 tablespoons of water then you would do the creamer in place of that... Now when I make a batch of icing I use 1/2 cups per batch.. And sometimes I make have of that the creamer and the rest water... or sometimes the whole amount creamer..

But make sure you get the coffee mate there is another brand but they are not as tastey I think....
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