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post #16 of 26
I've read here that some people buy 5lb buckets from either Sam's or BJ's, sorry I can't remember which.

I'm sure there are vendors on-line that sell it too, but I would imagine the shipping cost would be astronomical because of the weight.
post #17 of 26
I too, have heard a lot of people buy their buttercream from Sam's.

I have heard that a lot of people find it so much easier and less time consuming to just go and buy it. I have also heard that it tastes good too.
post #18 of 26
I've read that on here also about the Sam's buttercream...I also have alot of customers who ask if my BC taste like Sam's or Publix. I like Sam's BC but its extremely sweet. If I eat a cake from Sam's I'd have to either eat one or the other and I'm not a frosting type of girl so I just eat the cake...the only frosting I get is from the first bite and thats about it.
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post #19 of 26
I've read that on here also about the Sam's buttercream...I also have alot of customers who ask if my BC taste like Sam's or Publix. I like Sam's BC but its extremely sweet. If I eat a cake from Sam's I'd have to either eat one or the other and I'm not a frosting type of girl so I just eat the cake...the only frosting I get is from the first bite and thats about it.
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post #20 of 26
I found this link for you!
http://www.shopbakersnook.com/m5_view_item.html?m5:item=4925

Although you can probably get the buttercream for cheaper at www.countrykitchensa.com (since they are the ones who manufacture it).

Anyway, hope this helps.
post #21 of 26
I use to make my own but I went through so much of it, that I found it was alot easier to get it from Sam's.. I pay 32.00 for a huge bucket.. I don't really care for icing but my family loves it.. So I tried it on them (without them knowing) and no-one could tell the difference.. LOL so, that's what I buy.. It tastes good and it crusts.. Plus, you don't have to refrigerate it. icon_biggrin.gif
post #22 of 26
I just finished up a 25 lb/5 gal bucket of white But-R-Creme from Sam's. I did not like it at all. It was a little too loose for my preference. I had to add almond flavoring to make it taste like "mine." It crusted ok, and it was smooth, but other than that, I just did not care for it.

However, I also bought chocolate at the same time as the white. It's acceptable. I still have four 1/2 gallon containers of it in my freezer. I may buy it again when I need more.
Anna (105 lbs lost since June 1, 2009)
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post #23 of 26
I read over the recipe posted, and it does sound very generic. I watched a video on TLC of his massive mixer making buttercream that looked almost like meringue and was very light and fluffy looking as well.

I remember one of the "Cake Boss" shows where Buddy mentioned that their buttercream was the best because they added a secret ingredient...cream cheese. I didn't see that mentioned in the recipe they sent in. Hmmmm.... icon_confused.gif

Also, they mention that their cakes are "sponge" whenever they talk about them. Is that a true sponge cake or something else?
post #24 of 26
I would love to use sponge cake in my cakes...any good recipes?
post #25 of 26
I just had a cake from Buddys and it was very good and his cake is really good....the first cake we had with the dark chocolate icing, I didnt care for but this one had a light chocolate filling and a butter cream on the out side, and it was real good. There canolis are stupendous
post #26 of 26
Deb_, what is your recipe that is non-perishable, and do you get good reviews on how your bc tastes?
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