Jopalis Posted 3 Mar 2007 , 5:46am
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I am looking for a white chocolate mousse recipe that I can put in a fondant covered cake and not worry about refrigeration. Can I use Pastry Pride for the cream and white chocolate... recipe anyone? Preferably one someone has tested.... thanks.

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nglez09 Posted 3 Mar 2007 , 5:55am
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I've heard that pastry pride DISINTEGRATES fondant.

Jopalis Posted 3 Mar 2007 , 6:07am
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I want to make a white chocolate mousse filling for the cakes... They will be covered in BC and then fondant.... But thank you for the heads up on having them come in contact...

nglez09 Posted 3 Mar 2007 , 6:17am
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If ganache can be left out at room temperature, couldn't the same be applicable to white chocolate "ganache"? Which is pretty much the concept, right? Whip up some cream and put melted chocolate in it? I'd opt to do a cream cheese icing with melted white chocolate and then just fill the cakes with the pastry pride if you wanted. That way the fondant is fine and you don't compromise the taste you obviously want. thumbs_up.gif Sorry I'm not much of help.

mconrey Posted 3 Mar 2007 , 6:24am
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I use Pastry Pride a lot for fillings - although I have never tried a whilte chocolate version. To make a "chocolate mousse" I've used pudding mix and whipped it up with the Pastry Pride. You could probably do the same thing with a white chocolate pudding mix. ShirelyW has a good recipe on here for a bavarian cream filling using Pastry Pride - try substituting the vanilla pudding with white chocolate pudding. Here's the link...


http://www.cakecentral.com/cake_recipe-2396-Bavarian-Cream-Filling.html

Jopalis Posted 3 Mar 2007 , 7:17am
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Thank you. Using the pudding mix is a good idea but last time I tried it with a coconut cream pudding mix, my husband thought it tasted chemically or like medicine so I am leary to try pudding mix... I was wondering if I could make it like a traditional mousse with chocolate and the white version and Pastry Pride....

Thank you for your reply.

neni Posted 3 Mar 2007 , 7:29am
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I've whipped up the pastry pride and folded in melted white chocolate. I don't have measurements for it. I just kept adding chocolate until I could taste the chocolate in the PP. It worked, everyone liked it.

JanH Posted 3 Mar 2007 , 8:35am
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Why not try a white chocolate ganache:
(white chocolate variation toward bottom of recipe)

http://www.cakecentral.com/cake_recipe-2116-0-Chocolate-Ganache-1.html

or white chocolate buttercream:
(cooked)

http://www.cakecentral.com/cake_recipe-2096-4-White-chocolate-buttercream.html

http://www.cooks.com/rec/view/0,186,153176-225202,00.html

white chocolate buttercream:

http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/recipe_views/views/108258

http://www.recipezaar.com/recipe/print?id=130623

http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/White-Chocolate-Cream-Cake/Detail.aspx

HTH

Jopalis Posted 4 Mar 2007 , 8:34am
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Thanks Neni... I guess I could do that with white and regular chocolate then. Whip up the PP and fold in the warm or hot melted chocolate? Does PP have to be refrigerated? If so, how long do you think it can be unrefrigerated without a problem? I didn't want to use a pudding mix or icing in the filling. I want to use mousse type filling in fondant covered cakes and will be out at least 24 hrs w/o refrigeration. I can refrigerate the fondant cakes but once I put the garrett ruffles on I don't want to refrigerate them.... I want to be sure. Thanks so much.

snarkybaker Posted 4 Mar 2007 , 5:46pm

Working with white chocolate is very different than dark chocolate. It doesn't have the cocoa solids to help it stay firm. If you are adapting a recipe that works for dark chocolate, I'd be sure to add some gelatin to the recipe to stabilize the white chocolate version.

Jopalis Posted 4 Mar 2007 , 7:25pm

Thank you very much for all the help!

bobwonderbuns Posted 4 Mar 2007 , 7:40pm

I've been playing with the Rich's Bettercreme lately and created a "fake" lemon mousse and a "fake" raspberry mousse using the Vanilla, some pudding mix and flavorings. So far it's done well in my cakes!! (Although I admit Rich's is a royal pain to work with... icon_confused.gif )

nglez09 Posted 4 Mar 2007 , 8:00pm

I made a mousse filling for a cake and it was out for at least 6 hours if not more and it tasted just as great and stayed fresh and cold.

Jopalis Posted 4 Mar 2007 , 8:48pm

nglez...what was the recipe you used for the mousse? thanks

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