Hey There !!
Has anyone heard of this? I asked a customer what flavor of cake they wanted and she said a buttercream cake. I asked her if she meant the icing, and so far have recieved no reply, but I Googled it, and found nothing. However, I was looking at a wedding cake website and saw that this company made a buttercream cake covered in cream cheese icing.... HUH??? I guess there is such a thing. If anyone out there knows of a recipe, would you be willing to share it? I need it for next week.... If anyone knows of a book that it is in, I am willing to go and buy it.... Like I said, I couldn't find anything from Googling it which shocked me when I found out it does exist.
Thanks for any help that can be given,
If you could provide a link to the website with the buttercream cake, perhaps we could figure out what it is.
All I know is that creme bouquet used to be a very popular cake flavor...back in the day!!!
Creme bouquet is a cream flavor with citrus overtones, and can be used alone. Although it is most often used now as a flavor enhancer to vanilla, almond, etc.
Here's a thread on creme bouquet and National Flavors (a value priced flavoring company):
Thanks for your reply. This is the website :
the cake I ws talking about is 9 #415. I reread it and I think I figured out what it was saying. I think all, well most, of the cakes are decorated with buttercream (very beautifully, I might add) but that one had one layer done in cream cheese...
Thank you very much for your info on Creme Bouquet, I will go to the site and check it out.
Thanks again for all your help, hope you have a great day !!