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Princess Cake and Cookie Emulsion

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I have read many people refer to the Princess Cake and Cookie Emulsion and the wonderful flavor it gives to cakes. Some have described as buttery, some have said it's a citrus flavor. I found some today at my local cake store and bought some to give it a try. Can someone give me some direction what type of cake, frosting or filling would be great to use this in? Does it make a big difference in the cake itself?
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post #2 of 6
I used it in Rhondas Ultimate MMF and it was fantastic! You only need a teeny bit, though. Maybe 1/4 to 1/2 tsp. I also put it in my whipped BC but I put a bit too much. Less is more with this stuff...
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post #3 of 6
I used some in buttercream but I guess I used too much it gave it an off flavor. I am gonna try it again but with less. I learn so much here.
post #4 of 6
Everything! I use it in cake, BC & NFSC
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Thank you for the responses so far. But can you tell me what kind of flavor it's adding to the frosting or cake? That will help me decide where to best use it. Thank in advance!
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Originally Posted by kkbritt8

Thank you for the responses so far. But can you tell me what kind of flavor it's adding to the frosting or cake? That will help me decide where to best use it. Thank in advance!



I use it when I doctor yellow cake mix. I add a tsp each of Princess and vanilla to get a lovely hint of citrus/vanilla that my family enjoys. I haven't used it in icings yet.
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