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post #16 of 25
this may sound redundant...but how long can you store BC after it's made? If I have a small order one week and another the next can I save the BC in a container for a week? This sounds really dumb, but sometimes I make a big batch and it goes to waste on a small order.
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post #17 of 25
Yes you can! In fact I like to make my buttercream ahead of time so that the air bubbles can settle. Just put it in an air tight container. thumbs_up.gif I actually remember my Wilton Instructor (several years ago) saying it would last up to 6 months, but I have never kept some that long.
post #18 of 25
Awesome! Thanks....One more question. I had put some BC in a container and it looked like it "separated" does that happen to anyone? do you just mix it up when you are ready to use again?
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post #19 of 25
karen 421

do u refrigerate the BC? or leave out?
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post #20 of 25
I stick it in the fridge until I need it. I have never had a batch of Indydebi's separate on me, but there was a thread where someone said it had happened to them. If I remember correctly, Debi said it happened to her once also. You might pm her and ask her. thumbs_up.gif
post #21 of 25
It's happened to me. I just stir it until it comes back together.
post #22 of 25
If I refrigerate it, it stays good as new. If I leave it out, I wouldn't say it separates, so much as it kind of loses its fluff. But a good stirring does bring it right back.
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post #23 of 25
Great! that is so helful...thanks everyone
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post #24 of 25
OK hope this isn't too silly of a question but how much liquid creamer would you use for only a cup of BC? I want to try different flavors but don't want to make a whole batch of BC for each flavor so I figure I can make one batch & seperated into cup size serverings & flavor each one differently. Does that make since?

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post #25 of 25
I would start with just a couple of tablespoons, you can always add more and a cup isn't very much.
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