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non-perishable whipped icing

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Somebody please help! I need a recipe for a non perishable icing recipe like the kind some supermarkets put on their cakes that taste like cool whip. None that I have tried has had a good taste. TIA
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Have you tried Pastry Pride? I think it's really good.
Joanne "It's all about the cake!"
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What is pastry pride and where would i find it? Can it be left out for several hours? Can you make flowers and such with it?
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Yes, jams are always a good option. I think that as long as something is "cooked" it should be fine out. Fruits are cooked down to make jams, so they are good. I have also done a chocolate ganache and whipped it and it was just fine out. Apricot, strawberry and rapberry preserves are popular over here with my family. I have used pastry pride, but I didn't know it was able to hold without refrigeration. Has anyone worked with Frosting Pride??? Is that like more like buttercream or more like cool whip?
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JanH, I just love that you always post all the links to the threads. It make life so much easier for us forgetfuls!!
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