Help - Costco Filling

Baking By ging43 Updated 13 Nov 2008 , 9:36pm by missnnaction

ging43 Posted 6 Jun 2008 , 7:19pm
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The search function isn't working for me and I can't find the recipe I looked at earlier this week. It called I think for 1c of whipping cream, 1c of milk and a package of pudding mix. Anyone have it saved or know the recipe I am looking for? I'm ready to assemble my cake but need to make up the filling.

Thanks for any help

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missnnaction Posted 6 Jun 2008 , 7:26pm
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Here it is...

work at Costco:

here's a taste-alike recipe:

1 cup of heavy whipping cream
1 cup of milk
1 large package of jello vanilla pudding
Mix well on mixer for vanilla mousse filling

for chocolate we use whipped cream (non dairy)
plus chocolate syrop

for strawberry it's the same as vanilla but
add strawberry preserves.

same with the apricot.

We don't put anything but cold milk to the pudding, nothing fancy or strange, all the recipes we have are really simple.

The preserves we use are regular strawberry, and we mixed them by hand, we just take the vanilla cheescake mousse and mix it, no measurements involved whatsoever, no big deal, the apricot one, we don't even mix a bunch, we put the vanilla mousse on the cake and preserves on top and mix right there and then.

For the filling not coming out of the sides, I can't explain it, we HAVE to make 5 cakes an hour, we usually do 7, or if we don't have to dump icings, take out trash, write on the back-up cakes, deal with members, do boxes, etc, we do 8, so as you can see, no ring of icing, or anything of the sort, we just dump 2 pounds of filling, spread... NEXT!!!!

ging43 Posted 6 Jun 2008 , 7:27pm
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That's what I was looking for. Thanks fo much

missnnaction Posted 6 Jun 2008 , 7:28pm
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Glad that I could help! icon_smile.gif

missnnaction Posted 13 Nov 2008 , 9:36pm
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I'm sorry for the mis-communication... I don't work at costco. This recipe was posted by another member and that thread was lost.. I had the recipe saved and just posted it exactly how she/he wrote it..

I'm explaining this becasue I have been getting some pm's from members with questions so... If the original poster of the recipe is out there... You have a great fan base and they have questions for you... icon_smile.gif

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