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post #61 of 206
WOW! This is awesome, I'm trying it TODAY!!!!! Thanks for the info!

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post #62 of 206
would this work with ganache instead of BC in the middle? Just wondering...
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post #63 of 206
Thank you so much for this post! I'm so happy that my DD's birthday is on Friday and family are coming over for cake!! Cake that WILL have a cookie in the middle!!!

I'm just going to use the NFSC recipe since I need to make some other cookies as well! icon_smile.gif
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post #64 of 206
Hi everyone,
this idea sounds amazing!
My hubby always wants carrot cake for his birthday and I am going to try spice cookie for his but my Step-dad likes cakes that are not too sweet. I have a chocolate recipe that is heavy, moist and not too sweet but wondering if I put a peanut butter cookie in the middle what could I use for over and under the cookie that wouldnt add too much "sweetness" to the cake? Normally I would do a whipped cream type frosting to keep it mild but I dont know how well that would hold up between the cookie and cake.
I also have a friend that is a peanut butter cup lover who always says "add more peanut butter" no matter how much I put in so for his cake could I use straight peanut butter between the cookie and cake?
I dont know much about the chemistry of the cake/cookie combo but do see it can dry out the cake.
thanks
Melanie
post #65 of 206
What is Bettercream??
post #66 of 206
Bettercream.. Is pure heaven ! Its a frozen whipped topping you buy, and can add lots of different flavors to it, Theres a thread about it called bettercreme fun I think? Also lots of talk about it on the very long cuppy thread. You can use it for filling and pipe simple decor with it. Its called Riches bettercreme !
post #67 of 206
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Originally Posted by fiddlesticks

Bettercream.. Is pure heaven ! Its a frozen whipped topping you buy, and can add lots of different flavors to it, Theres a thread about it called bettercreme fun I think? Also lots of talk about it on the very long cuppy thread. You can use it for filling and pipe simple decor with it. Its called Riches bettercreme !



Sounds awesome! Where do you get it and is it just used for filling or can you ice cake with it? I saw some Cream in a carton yesterday in the frozen food section that was Rich's brand, it was carton like heavy cream comes in, is that it?? Tell me more, sounds very interesting!! icon_biggrin.gifthumbs_up.gif
post #68 of 206
For a GREAT not too sweet peanut butter filling add peanut butter to some Italian Meringue......I cannot tell you how good it is! I actually replace some of the butter in the recipe with PB and then add some extra PB. Too die for![/quote]
post #69 of 206
Ohh thank you for the suggestions on what type of cookie would go with a carrot cake!! I will try it this weekend! thank you again!
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post #70 of 206
MissRobin, here you go... this will start you down the path to Bettercreme addiction! If you have any further questions, you know where to find me! thumbs_up.gif

http://cakecentral.com/cake-decorating-ftopict-601193.html
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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 #71 of 206
I made a choco fudge cake 2 weeks ago that I put a pb cookie in the middle and I layered it with choco ganache. It was for hubbies birthday and he loved it. He always has choco cake for his birthday and he has been bugging me for pb cookies so I combined the 2. Can't wait to try some more flavors. Jaime
post #72 of 206
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Originally Posted by Melvira

MissRobin, here you go... this will start you down the path to Bettercreme addiction! If you have any further questions, you know where to find me! thumbs_up.gif

http://cakecentral.com/cake-decorating-ftopict-601193.html



Thanks Melvira!!!!! I will read it !
post #73 of 206
Oh yum, now I want cake instead of cupcakes for my birthday (Wellllll...maybe I'll make the cake for me, and serve cupcakes to everyone else... icon_wink.gif it is my b-day after all, lol)

Do you spray the pan like you do a cake in order to make the cookie?
post #74 of 206
When I do a cookie in a pan I always use a parchment sheet cut to size. But if you're doing it in a pan with sides (I use a pizza pan, then cut to size so there are no hard edges... I suggest that highly) put a little spray on the sides to prevent sticking.
Melvira: Mistress of the dark... chocolate!

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 #75 of 206
I like to make cookies and then chop them up and mix them into buttercream and put as a filling. It's so good. I did butter cake with white chocolate macadamia nut cookie/buttercream filling. so good!!
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