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post #46 of 206
SMBC=Swiss Meringue Buttercream
Tara
<---wonders if anyone uses REAL ingredients anymore--sugar fruit nuts, cream, butter etc--instead of flavoring chemical cream from a bucket with pudding & jello and calling it "mousse"
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Tara
<---wonders if anyone uses REAL ingredients anymore--sugar fruit nuts, cream, butter etc--instead of flavoring chemical cream from a bucket with pudding & jello and calling it "mousse"
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post #47 of 206
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Originally Posted by PinkZiab

SMBC=Swiss Meringue Buttercream



Thank you ! icon_biggrin.gif
post #48 of 206
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Originally Posted by Kissycake

I'm doing the sugar cookie with WASC cake and would like to add strawberry preserves - would I put the preserves on the cookie or on the BC layer? Thanks.



i would say do it this way

cake
bc
preserves
bc
cookies
bc
preserves
cake

that way, the preserves isn't soaking into your cake or cookie.
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post #49 of 206
I can't wait to try this!!! Thanks for all the tips!!! This site fan-freakin-tastic!!! icon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gif
post #50 of 206
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Originally Posted by jescapades

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Originally Posted by Kissycake

I'm doing the sugar cookie with WASC cake and would like to add strawberry preserves - would I put the preserves on the cookie or on the BC layer? Thanks.




that way, the preserves isn't soaking into your cake or cookie.



I don't think a preserves soaked cookie will taste bad a all!!, icon_wink.gif I wouldn't mind the deliciousness inside my cake icon_biggrin.gificon_biggrin.gificon_biggrin.gif
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post #51 of 206
..or that's good too! lol
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post #52 of 206
Yes! I ALWAYS ask my customers if they want a cookie. (For friends and family, I just throw it in). I generally charge $7 for the cookie (give or take a bit depending on size and cake). There are some people who say "NO!" right off the bat and really dont want anything to do with this "filling". You can see on page one that my cookies are usually about 1/2"-3/4" thick. They're really not all *that* noticeable in the cake. I mean, you totally know that there's something different in the filling, but most people cant put their finger on exactly what that "thing" in the middle is icon_biggrin.gif They just know they like it and want to order one for themselves!!!

ETA: Mel, the cookie is EASY to cut through. Barely any resistance at all... DEFINITELY not enough to "hurt" your cake. You HAVE to try this, it sounds weird, but is awesome. thumbs_up.gif Oh, and yes, Bettercreme works fabulously!
post #53 of 206
Does anyone use anything other than the Betty Crocker powdered sugar cookie mix that was talked about earlier? I am in Canada and not sure if I can get that exact mix (I haven't looked as I only read this thread tonight). Does anyone use the Pillsbury pre-made cookie dough and just shape it into the pan to bake?
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post #54 of 206
Oh my goodness! I must try this! I was planning on making a halloween cake for my family next week-- I will definately put a cookie in it!! SOooooo ....my questions is. Hubby asked for a carrot cake, what type of cookie should I put in it?

Thank you to who came up with idea and for everyone asking all the questions I would have aksed and for those who answered them! This is why I love CC-- everyone is a wealth of info!!
CANNOT wait to try this!!! I am salivating right now!
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post #55 of 206
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Originally Posted by jescapades

Quote:
Originally Posted by Kissycake

I'm doing the sugar cookie with WASC cake and would like to add strawberry preserves - would I put the preserves on the cookie or on the BC layer? Thanks.



i would say do it this way

cake
bc
preserves
bc
cookies
bc
preserves
cake

that way, the preserves isn't soaking into your cake or cookie.



Thanks! I cant' wait to taste this. I'm gonna have to go an extra five miles on the treadmill this week!! LOL
post #56 of 206
Thank you chefjulie... I was wondering if anyone would weigh in on that one! Hehehe. I will definitely try it now that I know I'm not setting myself up for disaster! I suppose within a month I'll be doing all my cakes that way! Hahaha! You know how it is when you find something new and good... you go bonkers! thumbs_up.gif
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Well that's just great. Peanut butter in my crack.
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Melvira: Mistress of the dark... chocolate!

Well that's just great. Peanut butter in my crack.
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post #57 of 206
Dude! You SO did that to me with the d&$* bettercreme!!! I have like 10 gallons of the liquid in my freezer because Im always afraid I'll go to get it one day and they'll stop carrying it! I feel like my cuppies are trash if they dont have their BC filling icon_biggrin.gif

I think a spice cookie would be good with the carrot cake!

Ive never used the pre- made dough. I feel like such a loser using the packaged stuff, that Im sure Id die from embarrassment if someone caught me buying the slice n bake dough. As it is, I go to the store in the middle of the night just so none of my clients "catch" me icon_biggrin.gif
post #58 of 206
ARGH! you guys are making me wanna try this! another new thing I learned over here. I love it! Gonna try it for my nephew's birthday this friday, chocolate cake with PB SMBC under fondant and now with COOKIE inside! WOW!
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formerly known as cupcakeshoppe
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post #59 of 206
[quote="penguinprincess"] ....my questions is. Hubby asked for a carrot cake, what type of cookie should I put in it?

Why don't you try ginger or cinnamon something spicy or maybe nutty, pecan cookie..............mmmmmm
After Jesus, there is nothing better to ease the pain than a good piece of cake!!!
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After Jesus, there is nothing better to ease the pain than a good piece of cake!!!
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post #60 of 206
Okay now I have another question.
Do you use one big cookie or just lots of small cookies?

Plus I was just telling my hubby about this and he has a love affair with oreos and wants me try the cakesters like this. What do ya'll think?
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