Strawberry Filling

Decorating By edj62296 Updated 30 Jul 2013 , 7:46pm by SteelSpoon

edj62296 Posted 14 Jul 2004 , 6:00pm
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I am going to be filling a cake this evening with strawberries. If I use frozen strawberries, will they soak into the cake?

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Ladycake Posted 14 Jul 2004 , 9:10pm
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When I do this I defrost the Strawberries and then I place them in a strainer with a bowl underneath over night and then that will let the liquids drain out and to me this helps with the extra liquid.. Are you going to mix the Strawberries with whipped cream ?? or you just going to fill it with Strawberries..

Jackie Posted 15 Jul 2004 , 3:26am
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I agree with Victoria,

If you do not defrost and strain the strawberries in advance, you are going to end up with a watery, soggy mess. Yikes! icon_surprised.gif

tracie123 Posted 20 May 2013 , 3:11am
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ADoes anyone have any receipes for an easy strawberry filing. I have read that a lot of people or having problems with cake being soggy even if they drain them.

tracie123 Posted 20 May 2013 , 3:14am
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AWhere is the best place to buy a large bottle of clear almond extract?

icer101 Posted 20 May 2013 , 3:23am
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This was just on here little while ago. I always make my fruit fillings this way. Delicious. You can add this also(i mash them up little to add to buttercream, smbc, imbc, etc. hth

yortma Posted 20 May 2013 , 1:35pm
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This strawberry filling is great.  It does not get soggy, and tastes like fresh strawberries.  I like it much better than  jam.  On a recent discussion I believe someone tried it with frozen strawberries and it worked well.


SteelSpoon Posted 30 Jul 2013 , 7:46pm
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I know it's been a few months since someone posted, but has anyone tried the strawberry filling recipe posted by Yortma with any other types of fruit.  I was thinking of using raspberries, any thoughts or suggestions?

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