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post #136 of 181
I didnt mean to single out Macsmom for that question....sorry, I wasnt thinking while I was typing icon_confused.gif

If ANYONE has any great frosting and/or filling recipes they'd like to share, i would LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it!!
post #137 of 181
Macsmom ( or anyone else)

What do you use for a frosting filling for the Tropical dream cake? Is it coconut?

TIA!
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post #138 of 181
Macsmom - the cake I made following the example of your "signature cake" turned out great. I tried to upload/attach it here but it was too large. My granddaughter loved it and so did her friends.
Thank you for all your direction
post #139 of 181
Need a little help please I just made the wasc cake I have made it be fore turn out very good but this time and once before it turned out a disater I used DH before once good, once not good. also pilbury this time and do any one use cake flour maybe that? I have one BC any help please.
thanks sammie
post #140 of 181
Sammie, I always use BC. I've had issues with DH (bubbling over the pan onto the bottom of my oven); PB is OK, but I can always rely on BC.

I didn't feel like looking back, but wa sit here I posted my Truffle filling? I think it was under my Creme de Mente variation... anyway, I forgot that I began adding 2/3 c butter to that recipe because it is too hard without it.

I make the truffle filling a lot, using milk chocolate chips mostly and adding LoRann flavored oils. But white chocolate works great, too, by itself or flavored with orange, strawberry, cherry...

I use Frostin Pride blended with cheesecake pudding (dry mix) and add anything to that, as well: cookies, ice-cream toppings, Torani flavorings, jam or pastry fillings...

For my tropical cake I use a pineapple cheesecake filling, which is Frostin Pride/pudding with pineapple pastry filling and cream cheese blended in icon_wink.gif BUt it is also great with a banana filling or coconut pastry filling.
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post #141 of 181
MacsMom, I just printed them off. Thanks so much for sharing!!!

Thanks also to whomever shared about making a mudslide.

Oh Yum!!
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post #142 of 181
Quote:
Originally Posted by JessDesserts


If ANYONE has any great frosting and/or filling recipes they'd like to share, i would LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it!!



Just found this great site today: http://www.ladycakes.com/Recipes/Fillings/fillings.htm

http://www.ladycakes.com/Recipes/Frostings/frosting.htm
post #143 of 181
That is a great site, FlourPots. Thanks for sharing!
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post #144 of 181
You're very welcome...I have to give credit to ThreeDGirlie who posted a link to the "Raspberry White Chocolate Mousse" for someone in the Recipe Request forum...I poked around and found that jackpot.
post #145 of 181
Thanks again to all who posted I really would love to try that WASC never tried it but hear great things about it.
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post #146 of 181
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Originally Posted by FlourPots

You're very welcome...I have to give credit to ThreeDGirlie who posted a link to the "Raspberry White Chocolate Mousse" for someone in the Recipe Request forum...I poked around and found that jackpot.



ohhhh, that sounds good... can you share the link with us?? icon_biggrin.gif
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They will remember the quality long after they've forgotten the price..
..the philosophy of my beloved pastry professor..
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They will remember the quality long after they've forgotten the price..
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post #149 of 181
No problem icon_biggrin.gif .
post #150 of 181
Okay, I'm making the margarita cake this morning for a girlfriends b-day party tonight. Now that I've broken the eggs and sifted the mixes and pudding together I wish I'd thought about it and halved the recipe for this occasion. Guess I'll make two cakes and have one for the weekend, like I need a whole cake in my house this weekend. UGH!

MacsMom, got a suggestion for the filling? What do you use? I think a friend is going to bring lime sherbet to have with the cake. I don't want it to be overpowering so I plan to ice it (and probably fill, with bc flavored with Princess emulsion and put white sparkling sugar around the top border like salt around the rim of a glass. I'll taste the batter and decide. I'm real curious about this one.
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