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Anyone out there using Bakemark Buttercream Icing?

post #1 of 17
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I am told this is a great commercial buttercream icing and i would like to try this too, it is a more stabilized buttercream. Perhaps users can share any changes or additions they do to make the icing tastes more like homemade buttercream. Perhaps whipping cream or real butter is added?
post #2 of 17
Just pushing this to the top hoping it will be seen.
post #3 of 17
By any chance do you live in Calgary ,Alberta?? There is a wholesale Bakery supply here called Bakemark.Is this the icing you are referring too??

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post #4 of 17
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USA here, but you can check out website www.bakemark.com, am sure bakemark is available in other parts of the world.
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Ah Hah!!! I'll hav to check it out!! Thanks for the link!! icon_smile.gif

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post #6 of 17
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not understanding why no user is replying to this question. really love to experience a good stabilized buttercream icing in my cakes...
post #7 of 17
i've never used that kind of icing, we always used the "Dawn's" brand whip cream (which was REALLY nice to work with!!!!!) and "Brill" buttercream icing at my bakery. another place i worked bought alot of other things from bakemark and they worked well.
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post #8 of 17
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dawn's and brill...can you possibly provide website? thanks for your posting
post #9 of 17
hey simone i went to my local cake supply store today to buy some items
out of curiosity i asked them if they sell any type of buttercream
here comes the lady with a gallon size of buttercream labeled bakemark
funny thing is after reading this post in the morning i went to the their website to see if they had a supplier in my town without any luck
i asked her if i could taste a little bit(they bake in the back of the sore)
i have to say i was really surprised it tasted really good
i enjoy making everything from scratch ....but i'll will definitely use this for example someone ordered a tres leches(i usually use whipped cream) and it's gonna sitting out for a while
it's not heavy nor too sweet
the price for a gallon was 15 dollars
they sold me 1 pint for 6 dollars

hope this was the info you were looking for

Ashiana
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post #10 of 17
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thanks asiana, where from girlfriend? great, you can buy in small quantities to try it out. but you need i think to add some milk or whipping cream and flavorings to make it taste more like homemade. pls keep me updated. am ordering a 25 lb from the net, unless somebody from chicago tells me i could to one bakery and buy small quantities. Calling chicago homebakers please....

and just for the record, i don't work for bakemark. i just heard about this incredible product.
post #11 of 17
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any chance i can correspond to you in emails, i love to try your tres leches recipe...with whipped cream frosting...that's yummy.
post #12 of 17
simone, i looked up the websites for brill and dawn's, like i said i used these when i worked at the bakery and we got big pails of these so i'm not sure if you can buy them if you're not a "business" and order a quantity. here are their addresses if you want to check them out ... www.hcbrill.com and www.dawnfoods.com. another good ready made icing (and the one i use at home) is from www.countrykitchensa.com and i really like it. it has a bit of an almondy taste to it but has complimented all the cakes i've made so far and everyone seems to like it! good luck!
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post #13 of 17
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thanks dackn8tr, i will check it out....do you have to add some milk or flavorings?
post #14 of 17
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simone, i looked up the websites for brill and dawn's, like i said i used these when i worked at the bakery and we got big pails of these so i'm not sure if you can buy them if you're not a "business" and order a quantity. here are their addresses if you want to check them out ... www.hcbrill.com and www.dawnfoods.com. another good ready made icing (and the one i use at home) is from www.countrykitchensa.com and i really like it. it has a bit of an almondy taste to it but has complimented all the cakes i've made so far and everyone seems to like it! good luck!

I typically just make my own icing...but the recipe i've found that everyone raves about is the recipe from country kitchen!
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post #15 of 17
simone ... sorry for the delay, been to busy to hop online!! i have added milk to their icing once and it made it alittle creamier but usually i just use it as is. i scoop out whatever i need and mix it up for a few minutes with the mixer and that makes it fluffier and incorperates everything again. thumbs_up.gif

scarlett873 ... i wish i could make my own icing! guess i just don't have the right touch where it's conserned, i always have trouble getting it the right consistency without tasting like straight sugar. icon_cry.gif on their website country kitchens has the recipe for their icing, but it's just easier for me to use the ready made kind.
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