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Does piping gel freeze well?

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Has anyone ever done a 'buttercream transfer' with a mixture of buttercream and piping gel? Like where one color is buttercream and another color is piping gel...not the two mixed together. Does it freeze well?

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Mixee
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Originally Posted by mixaleena

Has anyone ever done a 'buttercream transfer' with a mixture of buttercream and piping gel? Like where one color is buttercream and another color is piping gel...not the two mixed together. Does it freeze well?

Thanks.
Mixee




I don't know for sures I would have to say NO ... I would think that it would break down and be yucky when it unthawes. Hopefully someone that knows for sures is able to post..
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I don't think so either...here's a great article on doing BCTs. It says not to add piping gel or cornsyrup because they don't freeze well.

http://www.webmall1.com/sweetdreams/frozbutter.htm
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