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Whipped icing reciepes (one that can decorate a cake!)

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I am looking for a good whipped icing reciepe. I have tried a few and none are "stable" enough to ice a cake. One touch and it would be messed up not to mention the decor! SO if you know a reciepe similar to what they use at the bakery's it would be much appreciated!
Thanks so much!
Jaci
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I use Pastry-Pride, it comes in quart containers at Smart & Final, there is also a product called Frostin-Pride. They whip wonderfully and hold. They are available in white & chocolate, although I do not like the chocolate, I make mine choco by adding dry unsweetened cocoa (Hersheys) and some sifted powdered sugar, then whip it all together. The next paragraphs were copied from an atricle I read on the internet:
If you want a true whipped cream frosting you can try a product called "Whip-it" it is a powder you mix in the cream. Or you can stabilize w. cream with gelatin
For 2 cups of cream: use 1 teaspoon gelatin soaked in 2 tablespoons cold water, heat slightly until fully disolved, let cool but do not let it fully set up. then add to the cream & whip.
Hope this helps!
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