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recipe for filling in a Costco Tuxedo cake?

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I've had Costco's Tuxedo cakes a few times in the last couple years and I'd like to make one myself but can't figure out what the filling is?

I Googled it and only found a couple hits - one suggests it's white chocolate creamcheese and chocolate creamcheese? the other suggests a 'cheesecake filling'???

does anyone know?

The one I had had a top and bottom layer of chocolate cake - ganache on the top with little white and dark chocolate balls as decorations and one long skinny white chocoale curl on top... then between the two layers of cake was a white cream layer, chunks of what looked and tasted to be chocolate fudge pieces and then a layer of chocolate cream .... the cream fillings do not taste like their 'mousses' - these were denser and silkier ???...

what is the cream filling??? any ideas or recipes out there?
post #2 of 5
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anyone have any ideas? please?
post #3 of 5
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anyone please?
post #4 of 5
Hi...

I have a recipe for you... I am putting it together and I should be finished in a couple of days.. Your gonna LOVE it...

Talk to you soon...
post #5 of 5
This is my new favorite cake...I think I died and went to heaven when I tasted it! I think the filling definitely tastes of cream cheese, though not full strength, but i think the chunks are chopped chocolate brownies, dense and chocolatey. There is a Costco mousse recipe on this site that uses jello pudding, i figure mixing up white chocolate flavor mousse and adding some cream cheese should work. The cream cheese should give the hint of flavor and silkiness to which you referred. I'm going to try it for a bake sale and let you know how it turned out icon_smile.gif
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