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Hi, is there a product known as Brite White. It is a an icing mixture that can be added to buttercream icing to make the icing lighter and fluffier.
post #2 of 11
Maybe you're refering to "Dream Whip" by KRAFT?
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post #4 of 11
I've used Brite white to lighten my buttercream. I bought it at Micheals. It's next to the colors.
post #5 of 11
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Originally Posted by steplite

I've used Brite white to lighten my buttercream. I bought it at Micheals. It's next to the colors.



I do believe the OP is referring to a different product. Its an icing base of some kind. Its not the white coloring that I think you are describing.
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post #6 of 11
What I have is called Icing color White-White. It's in a 2 oz. Bottle and it says it Whitens or lightens icing. But it doesn't make the icing more fluffy So maybe you're looking for something else.
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Originally Posted by rxwoman

Hi, is there a product known as Brite White. It is a an icing mixture that can be added to buttercream icing to make the icing lighter and fluffier.



Brite White is NOT the Wilton product called White-White. Brite White is very difficult to find (speaking from experience-my cake supply lady retired and wouldn't tell anyone where she ordered it from - she wanted to "sell" that information to other cake supply stores icon_mad.gif )

Another local cake supply store did locate it and ordered it. It's made by Westco and distributed by BakeMark. It's an emulsifier that you add to your Buttercream - about 1 Tbsp per cup of Crisco. If you have a local cake supply store and they are interested in carrying it let me know - I can get the phone number for you.
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post #8 of 11
Luby:

In your recipe for Buttercream Icing, it calls for Brite White. If I can't find this is there something else that I can substitute with?
post #9 of 11
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Originally Posted by smc_paralegal

Luby:

In your recipe for Buttercream Icing, it calls for Brite White. If I can't find this is there something else that I can substitute with?




You might try to find an icing base called Angel White or National's Snow White icing base. I believe they are similar to Brite White. Basically Brite White is called a white chocolate fudge icing base (at least that's what is on the container). Unfortunately, it is very difficult to find.

Do you have a local cake supply store? If so ask them if they would be willing to purchase it. If so I can refer you to the owner of the store where I buy it and she would be happy to put your supplier in contact with the distributor.
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post #10 of 11
Brite white is an emulsifier to lighten the greasiness of a buttercream frosting. I haven't found it yet -- anyone know where to get it? Local cake stores don't have it and aren't sure where to order it.
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post #11 of 11
I know this post is old but if you are still looking you can purchase Brite White Fudge Base from www.thecakecottage.net online store.
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