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post #16 of 103
How much Dream Whip is in an envelope? I have tried a recipe before, but it called for the entire envelope.

darkchocolate
post #17 of 103
i cqn get 2-3 batches from an envelope (remember ... i dont measure anymore....I just pour it in "until it looks right". but daughter made me measure it once (pour it in a bowl, then measure what I had) and it all turned out about right.)
post #18 of 103
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Originally Posted by darkchocolate

How much Dream Whip is in an envelope? I have tried a recipe before, but it called for the entire envelope.

darkchocolate



Each packet of Dream Whip is 1.3oz, it that helps any! icon_biggrin.gif
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post #19 of 103
Thanks for the recipe, I'll have to try it. I LOVE Dream Whip, I used to eat it right out of the package when I was a kid icon_biggrin.gif
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post #20 of 103
Thank you MrsMissey and indydebi! I should have been more clear MrsMissey, I should have asked how many tablespoons were in an envelope. Thank you indydebi for letting me know how many batches you get from an envelope.

DegaDee, You mean you eat dry Dream Whip? I don't want to sound dumb, but I have only seen dry (powdered form) of Dream Whip.

darkchocolate
post #21 of 103
darkchocolate....Yes, dry-right outta the package. Like I said...I was a kid LOL. I just thought of it like "Fun Dip" without the candy stick icon_biggrin.gif
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post #22 of 103
missmeg,

Would you please do me a favor and check your Dream Whip package? I have had my box of Dream Whip for probably 6 months and mine has no Trans Fat. It does contain fat, but not Trans Fat. Is your box a new box or an older box?

Thanks!
darkchocolate
post #23 of 103
heehee hee
thought I was the only person in the world who knew dry dream whip was so tasty.

I used to eat dry coco mix too. icon_surprised.gif
yummy

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wife to David for 25 years
mom to 13 blessings
Nine who are still living at home that range from 22 to 4 years old.
Holly, Amy, Aaron, Evelyn, Zebedee, Melody, William, Melissa and little Tobin
and four more sweet babies in heaven.

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wife to David for 25 years
mom to 13 blessings
Nine who are still living at home that range from 22 to 4 years old.
Holly, Amy, Aaron, Evelyn, Zebedee, Melody, William, Melissa and little Tobin
and four more sweet babies in heaven.

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post #24 of 103
Ok i have no idea what dream whip is anybody Thanks
post #25 of 103
indydebi, thanks so much for the recipie i will be trying it for my cakes next week. i just hate the new no transfat crisco but crisco itself is so convenient in its premeasured containers. cant wait to try!
post #26 of 103
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Originally Posted by manders

indydebi, thanks so much for the recipie i will be trying it for my cakes next week. i just hate the new no transfat crisco but crisco itself is so convenient in its premeasured containers. cant wait to try!



Oh how I hate it, too icon_evil.gificon_evil.gif
icon_confused.gif Are you talking about the "sticks"-wrapped in foil??? If not, could you give more description of the premeasured containers? Sorry to seem un-informed, but the new Crisco has been playing havoc with my BC icon_mad.gif , and I am very interested in this whole topic!
Going to try Debi's BC recipe this week...

TIA
post #27 of 103
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Originally Posted by heavenscent

Ok i have no idea what dream whip is anybody Thanks



It's a powdered whipped topping. You add milk and whip it for a few minutes to make whipped cream to put on top of pies, cakes, jello's, etc.

When used in icing, you just throw it in in the powdered form.

Crisco Sticks: You guys should do a cost comparison on those sticks! THey might be easier, but you're paying out the wha-zoo for the convenience! If you're doing any kind of volume at all, it's way worth your while to measure it. My cost analysis was something like $0.53/cup for sticks .... $0.08/cup for crisco bought at sam's.
post #28 of 103
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Originally Posted by indydebi



Crisco Sticks: If you're doing any kind of volume at all, it's way worth your while to measure it. My cost analysis was something like $0.53/cup for sticks .... $0.08/cup for crisco bought at sam's.



I've never done the real analysis, but knew it'd be way more-thanks for the eye-opener thumbs_up.gif
post #29 of 103
indydebi:
your icing recipe tweeked my interest because I use Dream Whip in all my cake recipes - never tried it in icing.

Is this a crusting buttercream? Have you ever tried substituting water for the milk?
post #30 of 103
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Originally Posted by mjs4492

indydebi:
your icing recipe tweeked my interest because I use Dream Whip in all my cake recipes - never tried it in icing.

Is this a crusting buttercream? Have you ever tried substituting water for the milk?



Yes, crusting. THis is the one that stood outside for over 5 hours (PLUS the one hour drive) in 90 degree heat with severe humidity (and I'm talking the storm broke out within minutes of me pulling away from the reception tent, after the cake had been cut, served and cleaned up)...... and no meltdown.
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