angelkiss013 Posted 29 Mar 2005 , 11:05pm
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(For the cake that I have to do friday ) A friend asked me to make her hubby a cake with a fishing theme.
So I decided to go with a BCT tranfert ( instead of a fondant ) An image of John and Garfield...since I know that he really like the books .

And my next question is : Wich BTC is the best ? I know there is a lot of recepies , but wich one works the best ?
And for the dreamwhip frosting , can we use it for a transfert ?

I know that it's not the first time the question was asked, but there so mutch different recepies , I don't know what to do !

with milk or not
with tarter crem or not...

And thanks for all of your ideas...I'm keeping them.

And if I'm proud of my cake , you will see my fisrt cake !

Annie

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m0use Posted 29 Mar 2005 , 11:46pm
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cali4dawn's recipe for BCT (Buttercream Transfer) seems to work the best; and even if you are proud of it still post the pic of your cake thumbs_up.gif
http://community.webshots.com/album/111071540UEhrpE -this is her tutorial for BCT, glaze transfer, and chocolate transfer

angelkiss013 Posted 30 Mar 2005 , 3:40am
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Hello mOuse. Yes , i saw cali4down technique for BCT , but my question was more for a buttercream recipe.
I don't know what recipe to use...

And thanks for taking the time to answer my question

Angelkiss013

sweeterbug1977 Posted 30 Mar 2005 , 3:57am
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angelkiss013,

The buttercream recipe that I use for the frozen buttercream transfers is located in the recipes in this forum. Just go to recipes, click on frostings, and go to "buttercream for frozen buttercream transfers" (submitted by cali4dawn). This recipe works wonderfully for the transfers, and tastes good too. I hope this helps.

angelkiss013 Posted 30 Mar 2005 , 4:12am
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Thanks sweeterbug...and do you use the same recipe for the frosting ?
Maybe it sounds silly to ask , but I'm a newby in cake decorations...

Thanks for you fast answer too
Angelkiss

GHOST_USER_NAME Posted 30 Mar 2005 , 6:46pm
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Yes, I use that recipe for ALL my buttercream needs.

Yazz74 Posted 19 Aug 2013 , 1:49am
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ANot sure how to search in here I need a buttercreamfrosting recepie

kazita Posted 19 Aug 2013 , 2:35am
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AI p.m. you my recipe for future inquiries you can go to the top of this page and type what you're looking for in the search bar....but I don't have a problem answering questions here either.

HAPPY BAKING! !

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