jbc Posted 29 Jan 2009 , 8:10pm
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Does anyone have a recipe for peach filling they would be willing to share? I got an order for a cake with peach filling, which I have never had to do before and the place I buy my fillings from doesn't have peach. I don't have time to order it online so I would appreciate any help. Thanks!

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gerripje Posted 29 Jan 2009 , 8:20pm
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I've tried peach jello mixed with cool whip or vanilla pudding with or without sliced peaches. HTH!

Beckalita Posted 29 Jan 2009 , 8:25pm
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This may or may not help you, but I use peach preserves as a cake filling. Just remember that jam or preserve fillings require refridgeration where the sleeve fillings don't.

Beckalita Posted 29 Jan 2009 , 8:27pm
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This may or may not help you, but I use peach preserves as a cake filling. Just remember that jam or preserve fillings require refridgeration where the sleeve fillings don't.

lovelytee Posted 29 Jan 2009 , 10:35pm
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you can try using a basic mousse recipe and then fold in pureed peaches (or already made preserves)as you go to get the consistency you need.

prterrell Posted 29 Jan 2009 , 10:40pm
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You can cook frozen peaches mixed with sugar and a little lemon juice (the lemon juice will help the peaches stay peach-colored instead of turning brown) and then process them in the blender or food processor or with a stick blender and then continue cooking until they are thick enough. Sorry, I don't have measurements for you, but I've done this with peaches and mangoes before and it works out well.

The other thing you could do is make stabilized whipped cream and then fold in a jar or two of peach baby food to make a peach mousse.

ddaigle Posted 29 Jan 2009 , 10:43pm
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One (small) jar of seedless jams with the matching flavored jello! I got this from someone here...I use that combo for all my fruity fillings now. Amazingly the jello disolves in the warmed up jam. Not gritty at all.

imakecakes Posted 29 Jan 2009 , 10:45pm
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Does Solo brand have a peach pie filling? I use pie filling as cake fillings sometimes with great success. thumbs_up.gif

Another idea is to mix peach baby food with whipped cream and/or cream cheese. I just made that up, but it sounds kinda good.

imakecakes Posted 29 Jan 2009 , 10:47pm
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The other thing you could do is make stabilized whipped cream and then fold in a jar or two of peach baby food to make a peach mousse.





Doh!!! Sorry prterrell!! I didn't even notice this before I posted! icon_redface.gif

jbc Posted 30 Jan 2009 , 4:25pm

Thanks everyone for all the great ideas.

prterrell Posted 30 Jan 2009 , 5:27pm
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Originally Posted by prterrell



The other thing you could do is make stabilized whipped cream and then fold in a jar or two of peach baby food to make a peach mousse.




Doh!!! Sorry prterrell!! I didn't even notice this before I posted! icon_redface.gif




Hey, great minds think alike! icon_wink.gif

jbc Posted 30 Jan 2009 , 8:55pm

ddaigle could you give me a little more information on your method? Do you mix up the jello like normal and then mix it with the preserves or what?

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