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post #16 of 28
You don't have to be a member at gordon foods service,If you are friendly with your local grocery store and they get Gordon deliverys, you may ask if they could order you some.

the case here in Indiana is 12 per case $ 45.00 a case they are 32oz cartons ( 2pounds) of liquid and it also comes in choc. too. the vanilla you add nothing and just whipp it up. I love it. I know this sounds expensive but one does a 12x18 sheet cake with all the borders and some to spare.

You use a whole case for a sheet cake or a whole quart? Thanks I'm totally confused!
post #17 of 28
I Never have tried a walmart cake. But at Smart n Final they have Pastry Pride which is a whipped topping. I also remembering seeing rich's bettercreme.
post #18 of 28
I'm wondering why this client doesn't get a Walmart cake, if that's the taste she wants. Frankly, one time I tasted a Walmart cupcake. Took one bite, spit it out, and threw out the rest. It tasted like cardboard-y chemicals. No, DRY cardboard-y chemicals. I'd never want to try to duplicate that!
post #19 of 28
I get as much or as little frosting as I want from my local supermarket bakery. A woman was checking out, and she had 2 lbs of frosting from the bakery. She said some supermarket's will let you purchase their frosting by the lb. They charged me $5 for 2lbs. So, you may want to give that a try...Walmart say's no, so don't even bother with them.
post #20 of 28
Thank you so much for the information everyone! I'm definitely going to try the recipe. . . maybe I'll let the client do a taste test before her event. Then if she doesn't like it, I'll go ahead and buy the bucket.
post #21 of 28
Thank you so much for the information everyone! I'm definitely going to try the recipe. . . maybe I'll let the client do a taste test before her event.
post #22 of 28
The recipe posted is for their bUttercream not bEttercream. There is a big difference. The whipped topping which they use is called bEttercream and it is made from oils which are whipped up to resemble whipped cream. They use a lot of additives, preservatives and emulsifiers. There is no way you could duplicate their recipe at home.
You can buy the mix to whip yourself. You can get it in both quart and gallon sizes. It is a liquid and you just whip it. It is sold under the names of Rich's Bettercream and also Pastry Pride. It can be purchased at restaurant supply stores. Some of the WalMart stores carry it and I think Costco does. Also most of the bakeries will sell you some but you have to ask them...they don't put it out for sale. In California you can buy it at, "Smart and Final".
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post #23 of 28
The recipe posted is for their bUttercream not bEttercream. There is a big difference. The whipped topping which they use is called bEttercream and it is made from oils which are whipped up to resemble whipped cream. They use a lot of additives, preservatives and emulsifiers. There is no way you could duplicate their recipe at home.
You can buy the mix to whip yourself. You can get it in both quart and gallon sizes. It is a liquid and you just whip it. It is sold under the names of Rich's Bettercream and also Pastry Pride. It can be purchased at restaurant supply stores. Some of the WalMart stores carry it and I think Costco does. Also most of the bakeries will sell you some but you have to ask them...they don't put it out for sale. In California you can buy it at, "Smart and Final".
........BUTTERCREAM POWERED........

Make 10 flowers from Buttercream, DVD
www.cakegenie.com
Reply
........BUTTERCREAM POWERED........

Make 10 flowers from Buttercream, DVD
www.cakegenie.com
Reply
post #24 of 28
Walmart won't do this, but my local grocery store here in Vegas sells the icing from the bakery. A cake decorator told me about it. I just ask ahead of time, if the bakery will sell the icing by itself, and some will, some won't. I got 2 lbs of frosting for $5. So, it's worth a try, and saves a ton of time.
post #25 of 28
This recipe taste nothing like walmart's icing. It tastes like pure butter. I was so disappointed I wasted my time and the ingredients.
post #26 of 28
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Originally Posted by paxpuella View Post

I was curious to see if anyone might have this posted someplace and did a search and found this website. I hope it is ok to post here. Here is the link that shows the recipe someone posted: http://community.tasteofhome.com/forums/t/129545.aspx

Walmart's Whipped Buttercream Icing

2 cups butter
2 cups sifted powdered sugar
2/3 cup sweetened condensed milk
2 large egg whites
1/2 cup sifted powdered sugar
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/2 cup powdered sugar

Place butter in mixing bowl, add 2 cups powdered sugar; mix at low speed to obtain smooth paste. Whip at medium speed, adding the condensed milk until light and fluffy.

Using a very clean bowl and beater, whip the egg whites until stiff while adding the 1/2 cup powdered sugar slowly. Mix this slowly into the above butter mixture. Add vanilla and remaining 1/2 cup powdered sugar. This last amount of powdered sugar can be doubled if stiffer icing is desired.

I'm sorry, I seriously doubt this is WalMart's recipe because the raw egg whites make it to require refrigeration.

Not to mention, that WalMart would never use butter where they can use cheap oil or shortening...

post #27 of 28

you are correct Walmart does not have a specific recipe, they also get it in the 5 gal buckets and freeze, I buy it from them all the time, Riches bettercream, walmart DOES NOT make their own icing, been working here for 8 years,

post #28 of 28
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Originally Posted by mspat555 View Post

you are correct Walmart does not have a specific recipe, they also get it in the 5 gal buckets and freeze, I buy it from them all the time, Riches bettercream, walmart DOES NOT make their own icing, been working here for 8 years,

I was curious so I looked it up. It contains mostly sugar, shortening, water, and corn syrup, and it stays good for 7 months at room temp.

http://richsfoodservice.com/products/desserts/toppings-icings-fillings-finishers/buttrcreme-cake-icings/country-white-buttrcreme-icing/03876
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