Fudge Base?

Baking By rosita6882 Updated 19 Nov 2016 , 7:53pm by EiermannsBakery

rosita6882 Posted 27 Sep 2006 , 3:27pm
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anyone know about putting a fudge base in their buttercream?

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veejaytx Posted 27 Sep 2006 , 3:41pm
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I always use it, but it isn't too widely known here (I discovered when I signed up last year). My cake decorating instructor (private) started me off with it, I think it makes a positive difference in my buttercream icing. Janice

tiggy2 Posted 27 Sep 2006 , 3:45pm
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I've never heard of it, what is fudge base?

rosita6882 Posted 27 Sep 2006 , 4:01pm
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where do you buy it? i have looked for it locally and people look at me like im crazy. i like the way it make the buttercream taste

sue65 Posted 27 Sep 2006 , 4:06pm
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Do you use that in other thing than BC ???

rosita6882 Posted 27 Sep 2006 , 4:13pm
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i'm not sure exactly what it is

veejaytx Posted 27 Sep 2006 , 4:23pm
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Sorry, I don't know exactly what it is, but it looks like a soft creamy vanilla fudge and I add 1 heaping tlsp to each batch of BCI. My teacher buys in a large container, and I get it from him. I'll get in touch with him and ask what it is exactly, and where to get it and get back to you. Janice

sue65 Posted 27 Sep 2006 , 4:45pm
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I always use this in chocolate BC.

It is a fudge base.
It doesn't contain sugar.
If you taste it as is, it is very degusting but mixed in BC it is so goood.
It replace cocoa in chocolate BC. With that you don't have to be worried about small pieces of cocoa not mixed very well in chocolate BC

The quantities you put in BC depends on what colour ou texture of chocolate icing you want. If you put more you will arrive to a dark fudge chocolate.

I bought it in pastries suppliers in a big jar.

*** But I don't know anything else where we can use this ... icon_rolleyes.gif

sarge1 Posted 27 Sep 2006 , 4:59pm
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looks like you can get it at www.sugarcraft.com
search for Angel White FUDGEICE Icing Base
3lbs for $7.95
I have never used it, just found it interesting and "googled" it

veejaytx Posted 27 Sep 2006 , 5:07pm
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Thanks Sarge1 for the info.

Sue65, mine does not have anything resembling chocolate in it and it has a sweet, very pleasant taste.

Had to leave a message with Charlie, but am sure he will call back as soon as he can. He's been using this for at least 10 years that he has been decorating. Janice

rosita6882 Posted 27 Sep 2006 , 5:19pm
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yea, the fudge base i'm talking about is white. i ask another cake decorater where i live but she said she didn't like using it and that she thought it gave the bc a bad taste. i think she didn't want me to try it. i learned about it from a previous job at a bakery. but they had it by the bucket. i have never been able to get my buttercream to have that very rich taste that they have and i buy cakes from them gor my birthday just so i can have some!

JanH Posted 27 Sep 2006 , 8:04pm
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A very generous CC'er shared info on a manufacturer of flavoring extracts for the confectionery and baking industries. (I'm sorry, I can't remember who, right off the top of my head. But you know who you are, and another big THANKS!!!!)

Anyway, the company doesn't have a website yet. But here's the info:

National Products/National Flavors out of Kalamazoo, MI.

Phone: 269-344-3640
Fax: 269-34-1037
Toll Free: 1-800-525-2431

They have Creme Bouquet in the GALLON size. As soon as I use up my Creme Royale, I'm so gonna get me my CB fix taken care of! icon_twisted.gif

But, back to the point, they carry icing bases:

705 - chocolate fudge base

712 - scotch creme base

711 - snow white base

I believe the snow white base to be the same product I got from Sugarcraft.


MaisieBake Posted 28 Sep 2006 , 4:25am
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Can you post an ingredient list for this, please.

cupcake Posted 28 Sep 2006 , 5:58am
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I use fudge base alot the white base. I usually mix a half and half to hi-ratio shortning its makes pretty good BC.

chaka1 Posted 31 Aug 2012 , 7:16pm
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I know this is old but I'm bringing it up again because I'd like to know if anyone has any info on this "fudge base" and where you can get it. Thanks

EiermannsBakery Posted 19 Nov 2016 , 7:53pm
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I use fudge base in baking my cakes and in my icings. I get mine from Party Time in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. They also have it on their website partytimebr.com It's a GREAT way to make something chocolate without having to worry about clumps from cocoa. Just make sure you heat it up a little bit so that it will fully incorporate into whatever you are making!! Hope that helps!!

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