Decorate An Rvc????

Decorating By Michelle104 Updated 18 Jul 2008 , 5:46am by Michelle104

Michelle104 Posted 17 Jul 2008 , 3:56am
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I have a "tiki" themed bday cake coming up and she wants RVC. I've only made ONE RVC and I did the homemade "boiled" icing. If I did the cream cheese icing, is there a crusting one? Or can I apply fondant over it? Will it be stable enough to hold up under the fondant? If I did use a cream cheese icing that crusts can I pipe with it and such? Sorry so many questons.....thanks everyone!!

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dbax Posted 17 Jul 2008 , 4:28am
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I found a crusting cream cheese frosting in the recipe section. I usually don't use veg shortening in my frosting, but thought I'd give it a try. It tasted good, but I found it a bit rich for my liking, although I did use almost the entire recipe on one cake. icon_wink.gif

http://www.cakecentral.com/cake_recipe-6877-4-Cream-Cheese-Frosting-crusting.html

here's another one, I didn't try this one, just searched the recipe section

http://www.cakecentral.com/cake_recipe-6817-18-Wedding---Crusting-Cream-Cheese-Frosting.html

It had a good consistancy, so I imagine it would work for piping, I plan to use it under fondant, haven't yet, but I guess I'll see how well it holds up.

allee Posted 17 Jul 2008 , 3:54pm
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I make Red Velvet all the time and use my plain old cream cheese icing recipe (butter, ps, vanilla, cream cheese). I do add a little more ps to make it stiffer that way I can pipe borders etc. It's also easy to add color to. Adding the extra ps helps it "crust" a bit and everything holds it's shape. HTH

Michelle104 Posted 18 Jul 2008 , 5:46am
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Thanks guys! I might need some more input once I nail down a specific design. I'm kind of floatin around a few of them right now. icon_lol.gif

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