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Strawberry cake with lemon filling HELLP

post #1 of 16
Thread Starter 

Hello all, I am making a Stawberry cake with some kind of lemon filling (havent figured that out yet) LOL 

My first question is, i have read all the lemon filling advice on this discussion forum, but have not found a recipe that i can use in a cake that will be sitting out for more that 24 hours. I am making a three tier cake for my sisters baby shower.. this cake will at no time be sitting in the fridge because main reason is it will not fit in my fridge but also because i will be covering it with fondant and gumpast flowers.. so anyways im in serouse need for a lemon filling recipe.. i would be open to a store bought one if some one has one that is tried and true... I dont have time to order from a website so it has to be available at some place local like a grocery store or walmart. 

Second question, I was planning on making a huge batch of white chocolate buttercream icing for the crumb coat and filling dams for all three layers (each layer is a different flavor) but I am not sure how a white chocolate icing on a strawberry/lemon cake.. any advice for the crumb/icing dam for this cake.. 


thank you all so much

post #2 of 16

Why don't you add some lemon extract and some lemon zest to your buttercream and use that as you filling?

post #3 of 16

A lemon cake with strawberry jam might be an option. And a lemon buttercream as mentioned above would finish it nicely.  Lemon oil, limoncello, and lemon zest (leave out the zest if you don't want the yellow specks)  added into vanilla swiss meringue buttercream is wonderful!

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post #4 of 16
Lemon curd?
post #5 of 16
Thread Starter 

yortma- that does sound wonderful. do you have a recipe for the vanilla swiss meringue buttercream....but unfortunately the client has picked a strawberry cake layer with lemon filling she wanted white chocolate buttercream for the whole thing but Im just not sure how that will taste. 

 

Cupcake maker- I would love to use lemon curd but it has to be refrigerated so that is out.. The cake will not be refrigerated at all.. It will be sitting out for over 24 hours.. thank you

 

Matt- I was thinking about doing that but the client would really prefer not to have buttercream icing as her filling... I think in her mind she is picturing a curd.. and i have tried to tell her that that wont work with this cake.  thank you

post #6 of 16

Google "Eggless Lemon Curd".  It can be left unrefrigerated.  It has the same consistency of regular lemon curd, but no eggs.

post #7 of 16
Thread Starter 

thank you so much 

post #8 of 16
You don't need to refridgerate lemon curd!
post #9 of 16

Make or buy lemon marmalade. Can be used straight up or mixed with buttercream. If it is purchased, and too chunky, pulse in food processor. Or if it is too tart, heat briefly with added sugar. Or mix with orange marmalade. If it is not in the jam section of your local grocer, it can usually be found in the British foods section. 

post #10 of 16
Thread Starter 

marmalade never thought of that that might just be the answer im looking for thank you

post #11 of 16
No prob. And I think white choc BC would work fine. I use it all the time with lemon cake. Although looking back, I see that you don't use SMBC, and that is what I put it into, so I can't vouch for how white choc works with other frosting types (ABC I'm guessing?) Maybe someone else can help?
post #12 of 16
Thread Starter 

im sorry i dont understand you apprevations i very new at this...

post #13 of 16
Oh I'm sorry! Reg abbreviations around here: ABC= American buttercream
SMBC= Swiss meringue buttercream
IMBC= Italian meringue buttercream

The first is probably what you make? Basically butter, sometimes shortening, beat with powdered sugar, maybe a little liquid.

The other 2 use differing methods, but both start by making a meringue (whipped eggs whites and sugar) then incorporating butter.

SMBC is my go to, and is not hard, and takes many additions very easily (like melted white chocolate)
post #14 of 16
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oh lol I get it now, I make the ABC because it because i will not me refrigerating my cake it will be covered in fondant..... so the ABC is the best way to go right

post #15 of 16
Thread Starter 

oh lol I get it now, I make the ABC because it because i will not me refrigerating my cake it will be covered in fondant..... so the ABC is the best way to go right

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