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post #16 of 28
thank you sugar-plum-fairy. i do have that book and i have made it. my mind was just stuck in far off place. ha! thanks again
post #17 of 28
Here is a link with the recipe.

Good luck!!!

http://forum.cakecentral.com/wbh-buttercream-ftopicp-5797085.html#5797085
post #18 of 28
You're quite welcome.

Amy729.....thanks so much for the link.
-Grace

"Shades of grey wherever I go;
The more I find out the less that I know."
- Billy Joel
"What color's the icing in your world?" - Me
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-Grace

"Shades of grey wherever I go;
The more I find out the less that I know."
- Billy Joel
"What color's the icing in your world?" - Me
Reply
post #19 of 28
You are welcome Sugar_Plum_Fairy!!!

And thank you for the nice pic comment!!! icon_smile.gif

Amy
post #20 of 28
Thread Starter 
I have the WBH book actually! I have never tried the recipe. Where do I find hi-ratio shortening?

ARGH!

You all are a wealth of information!!! Thank you all!


Amy
post #21 of 28
Well, I have someone who owns a resturant order it for me but I think the cheapest place to get it online is into the oven. I buy my satin ice there and they ship very quickly and their shipping cost is very fair.
post #22 of 28
Thread Starter 
I just went to my supply shop and she is ordering me some Sweetex.

I will make a batch of WBH buttercream when I get it. I hope it all works out!


Amy
post #23 of 28
Quote:
Originally Posted by cakemommy

I just went to my supply shop and she is ordering me some Sweetex.

I will make a batch of WBH buttercream when I get it. I hope it all works out!


Amy



Good luck, Amy. I'm sure it'll all work out perfectly! icon_biggrin.gif
-Grace

"Shades of grey wherever I go;
The more I find out the less that I know."
- Billy Joel
"What color's the icing in your world?" - Me
Reply
-Grace

"Shades of grey wherever I go;
The more I find out the less that I know."
- Billy Joel
"What color's the icing in your world?" - Me
Reply
post #24 of 28
Quote:
Originally Posted by cakemommy

Okay, so I posted a thread a week or so ago about a "whipped frosting" recipe.

I found one on here that is very popular that uses cornstarch instead of flour. I made it tonight for the first time and while I do love it, does the cake need to be refrigerated once iced?

Amy



Amy, which recipe is it? I looked and couldn't find one with cornstarch in it, to see what the other ingredients are. Just wondering since you didn't know if it needed to be refrigerated.

On another note, you might try smoothing some of your icing on a cookie sheet and try applying a test EI to it to see if it will bleed.

HTH

p.s. good luck
post #25 of 28
Thread Starter 
Here's the recipe that I used.


http://www.cakecentral.com/cake_recipe-3273-8-Whipped-Frosting-made-with-corn-starch.html

My hubby said to do the same thing. Spread out some icing on a cookie sheet and doing a test with an EI! How funny you say the same thing!!! I guess that's what I'll do!

You all are great!


Amy
post #26 of 28
That is one interesting recipe. I would think if you use the butter/water combo instead of the milk it should be safe for not having to be refrigerated. If you use milk I would think it would have to be refrigerated. Have you tried the butter/water combo?
post #27 of 28
Thread Starter 
No I haven't tried that combo yet. I just tried the recipe out for the first time the other day. It is really tasty! I'll have to try the butter/water combo.

Amy
post #28 of 28
Keep us posted. I am really curious about this recipe.
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