AgentCakeBaker Posted 9 Apr 2005 , 11:48pm
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Does anyone have a good petit four recipe? What pan do you use to make petit fours.

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p106_peppy Posted 9 Apr 2005 , 11:53pm
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http://www.pastrywiz.com/cakes/petitfours.htm

I like these step by step instructions

Lisa Posted 10 Apr 2005 , 2:09am
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A super easy petit four is to take your favorite cake recipe and make two 9x13 sheet cakes of it. Layer these two cakes using whatever filling you like (jams are good). Trim the edges off and cut the cake into 2" squares. Pop these into the fridge for a while just to chill. Take them out and place them on a wire rack. Pour melted candy melts over them. When one side sets, flip and do the other side. Repeat if needed. Or just melt the candy melts in a deep bowl and dip the cake squares in. You can also decorate them with a squeeze bottle or parchment bag filled with candy melts of a different color. These are a nice size. You can make them smaller though by using just one cake (torte and fill) and cutting smaller squares.

cocakedecorator Posted 10 Apr 2005 , 2:14am
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wow what a great tip. I never would have thought to use candy melts. I had all but given up on petit fours because i could never get the icing to set up correctly. I am definately going to try this one! Thanks Lisa.

Lisa Posted 10 Apr 2005 , 2:28am
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Originally Posted by cocakedecorator

wow what a great tip. I never would have thought to use candy melts. I had all but given up on petit fours because i could never get the icing to set up correctly. I am definately going to try this one! Thanks Lisa.




It is a great tip! I can't take credit for it though. I got it from someone on this board but I can't remember who icon_redface.gif

Lisa Posted 10 Apr 2005 , 2:38am
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I searched my posts and I found it! The tip came from Debbie (CakesByJoJo) and she got it from Tami of www.cakesbytami.com

GHOST_USER_NAME Posted 10 Apr 2005 , 3:37am
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I cover mine in ganache using real chocolate or candy melts (depending on my color needs).

AgentCakeBaker Posted 10 Apr 2005 , 5:33am
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Thanks guys!

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