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post #16 of 32
Creme Bouquet is a really yummy flavor. When youre making a batch of buttercream, say it calls for 1 teaspoon of flavoring. Use 3/4 teaspoon creme bouquet and the other 1/4 valencia flavoring. Gives it an extremely yummy flavor without being too overpowering. Everyone who's tried it LOVES it. Learned this recipe from my WMI - worth the class all together.
post #17 of 32
I just did the *original* WASC and used creme boquet. This is the first time that I have ever used it, and it was a big hit.

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post #18 of 32
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post #19 of 32
Thanks for the recipe!!
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post #20 of 32
SMBC is my favorite!! I almost cry when customers ask for crusting buttercream. It's not as easy for me to work with as the SMBC.
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post #21 of 32
Ohhhhh, a recipe. I've been dying to try either it or wedding bouquet for a year now but can't justify the shipping prices for it (I have yet to find it in any cake store). This I can definitely afford! thumbs_up.gif

Thanks for posting it.
post #22 of 32
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Originally Posted by cocobean


1 T. lemon extract (I believe she used lemon juice but I tried lemon extract)
1 t. vanilla extract
1 t. almond extract
1 t. butter flavoring

The recipe smells pretty much the same as the cream bouquet I bought. But, I haven't tried the homemade recipe out in any bc yet.




Is it a teaspoon of each flavoring or 1 tablespoon of lemon and 1 tsp of each of the rest? Just wanted to be sure. TIA!
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post #23 of 32
I was going to mix up this recipe but got started thinking (we all know how deadly that is icon_lol.gif ) if I could sub orange blossom for the lemon? Any ideas? I've never used it before but have been dying for an excuse.
post #24 of 32
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Originally Posted by aswartzw

I was going to mix up this recipe but got started thinking (we all know how deadly that is icon_lol.gif ) if I could sub orange blossom for the lemon? Any ideas? I've never used it before but have been dying for an excuse.



Okay, here's a reason for you to try that.. icon_wink.gif
I've really been wanting a creme bouquet-type flavoring, but with a hint of orange...has anybody ever tried that? If so, I'd REALLY like an opinion!
TIA,
Kathy
post #25 of 32
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Originally Posted by kjt

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Originally Posted by aswartzw

I was going to mix up this recipe but got started thinking (we all know how deadly that is icon_lol.gif ) if I could sub orange blossom for the lemon? Any ideas? I've never used it before but have been dying for an excuse.



Okay, here's a reason for you to try that.. icon_wink.gif
I've really been wanting a creme bouquet-type flavoring, but with a hint of orange...has anybody ever tried that? If so, I'd REALLY like an opinion!
TIA,
Kathy



I've decided to do just that! icon_lol.gif I will mix something up and bake it by next week so I'll definitely let you know how it turns out.
post #26 of 32
OK aswartzw and kjt!
I used orange in mine with a little lemon since I was making chocolate cupcakes and orange tastes good with chocolate and it came out really well! Everyone loved it!!!!
post #27 of 32
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Did you make a batch of home made creme bouquet, or add orange to store bought?
Thanks for the report!
post #28 of 32
Thanks for trying it. I'm going to make a trial cake with it since I've never used these flavorings before to see how I like it. Can't wait for the end result! thumbs_up.gif
post #29 of 32
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Originally Posted by mgigglin

I just did the *original* WASC and used creme boquet. This is the first time that I have ever used it, and it was a big hit.

Kim



Did you use creme bouquet instead of the vanilla and almond? Or as an additional flavor?? If so, how much for the additional?

I just got my creme bouquet and Princess Cake & Cookie emulsion order yesterday and I'm dying to try both of them.

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post #30 of 32
Quote:
Originally Posted by punkiin

Quote:
Originally Posted by mgigglin

I just did the *original* WASC and used creme boquet. This is the first time that I have ever used it, and it was a big hit.

Kim



Did you use creme bouquet instead of the vanilla and almond? Or as an additional flavor?? If so, how much for the additional?

I just got my creme bouquet and Princess Cake & Cookie emulsion order yesterday and I'm dying to try both of them.

Cindy




From what I've read elsewhere, the majority of people will do a combination of flavors to keep the citrus from overpowering the cake. For the WASC, some people will do 1 t. vanilla, 1 t. almond, and the remainder with creme bouquet. Or some will do 2 t. vanilla, 2 t. creme bouquet.
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