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post #1 of 41
Thread Starter 
I'm looking to expand my filling horizons since so many posts mention yummy fillings. Is there a place to find out how to make them? I have only used raspberry jam and chocolate ganache. But lemon and strawberry and cheesecake sound scrumptious.
post #2 of 41
Mousse filling that doesn't need refrigeration:

1 large Cool Whip
1 instant pudding

Directions:

MIX!!

Pistachio is great, as well as butterscotch.

These don't lose their "air," either--they don't absorb into the cake!

Hope this starts up the ideas!

--Knox--
post #3 of 41
That was helpful I was just thinking of posting this question I like chocolate cakes but don't like to fill them with icing
post #4 of 41
Knox- Do you "make" the pudding & then mix or just mix the cool whip & powder? I've been looking for a non-ganache, no constant refridge needed chocolate filling for a sweet sixteen cake I'm making. I think I'll try this one on family tommorrow & if it goes over well... icon_biggrin.gif
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post #5 of 41
PS- Cakerlady- the strawberry filling w/ fresh strawberries recipe that is on CC was great! I made it for a party the other day to rave reviews!
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post #6 of 41
Thread Starter 
Chocolate pudding and coolwhip sounds good. I also got the strawberry recipe. Anyone do lemon?
post #7 of 41
I've put the cool-whip/pudding thing together with cream cheese to use on my wedding cheesecakes, too.

Holds up REALLY well in the Tennessee heat and humidity for outdoor weddings/receptions!

--Knox--
post #8 of 41
You could try www.ladycakes.com. I got a lot of my filling recipes from this site. Some of my favorites are the butter pecan, and Bailey's Chocolate Mousse. icon_biggrin.gif
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post #9 of 41
Thread Starter 
Thank you for that wonderful site Momof4luvscakes.
post #10 of 41
Try the Strawberry Crema Filling on this site, it is AWESOME.
post #11 of 41
what were the measurements for the cream cheese add in? they both sound delicious!
post #12 of 41
1 block cream cheese, blend 'til creamy

1 sm box instant pudding mix, blend in

1 cool whip-fold in 'til even color

You can add things like seedless jam--almond flavor--vanilla extract--some finely chopped nuts of your choice.

It's all stabilized and held together by the emulsifiers in the cool whip.
Safe to leave w/out refrigeration for 24 hours (yes, even with the cream cheese!)

--Knox--
post #13 of 41
I will have to try this- the filling I tried out yesterday was yucky- way too fudge-like for my taste thumbsdown.gif
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post #14 of 41
yeah! can't wait to try, thanks so much knox!!
post #15 of 41
knoxcop1: Are you sure the cool whip/pudding combination doesn't not require refrigeration? I've always thought that Cool Whip needed to be kept in the refrigerator. I definately need to find a cream filling that can be kept out of the refrigerator. Also, do you use the 8oz size of Cool Whip?
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