Peach Bellini Cake Question

Decorating By mcdonald Updated 4 Feb 2009 , 9:19pm by cylstrial

mcdonald Posted 2 Feb 2009 , 9:00pm
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Okay... I am setting out to make a peach bellini cake for my boss because he likes peaches.

I was going to make a champagne cake and use a peach filling. any ideas on a peach filling? I was going to use the one that I saw the other day where you use fruit preserves of whatever kind of fruit and match it up with jello of the same flavor. Any other ideas?? I feel the filling needs a bit more punch but not sure what to punch it with.

any input is appreciated..

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mcdonald Posted 3 Feb 2009 , 3:06am
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anyone have any suggestions?

Parable Posted 3 Feb 2009 , 4:17am
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Maybe brushing the cake with peach schnapps. It is great in bellinis too!

cylstrial Posted 3 Feb 2009 , 1:10pm
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Originally Posted by mcdonald

Okay... I am setting out to make a peach bellini cake for my boss because he likes peaches.

I was going to make a champagne cake and use a peach filling. any ideas on a peach filling? I was going to use the one that I saw the other day where you use fruit preserves of whatever kind of fruit and match it up with jello of the same flavor. Any other ideas?? I feel the filling needs a bit more punch but not sure what to punch it with.

any input is appreciated..




Yum! I've never heard of mixing the preserves with jello. Do you add anything else to it? Thanks!

saramachen Posted 3 Feb 2009 , 7:25pm
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There was an amazing peachy keen cupcake that was one of the CCCC recipes... you could use the glaze (which was amazing) as a filling... and for sure you can take the idea of subing out the water in the cake recipe for peach juice

heres the link to the cupcake thread
http://forum.cakecentral.com/cake-decorating-ftopict-604895-peachy.html+keen

mcdonald Posted 3 Feb 2009 , 9:55pm
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I forgot about that cupcake thread.. that's a great source!! Thanks for the tip!!

As far as the filling I was referring to.. someone posted it here in a thread and I am sorry I can't give them credit because I don't remember...

You just take a regular jar of jam / jelly / preserves or fruit filling.. whichever you want and what ever flavor you want and warm it in the micro for about 1 minute... then pour the flavored jello in it and mix it up. The jam is just warm enough to blend in the jello. I made it with strawberry and it was so good.. and think... no chance of that stuff running anytime soon.. I love the possibilities and the fact that it won't go bad....

cakedivamommy Posted 4 Feb 2009 , 4:37pm
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Mcdonald, do you have to refrigerate this filling?

cylstrial Posted 4 Feb 2009 , 9:19pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by mcdonald

I forgot about that cupcake thread.. that's a great source!! Thanks for the tip!!

As far as the filling I was referring to.. someone posted it here in a thread and I am sorry I can't give them credit because I don't remember...

You just take a regular jar of jam / jelly / preserves or fruit filling.. whichever you want and what ever flavor you want and warm it in the micro for about 1 minute... then pour the flavored jello in it and mix it up. The jam is just warm enough to blend in the jello. I made it with strawberry and it was so good.. and think... no chance of that stuff running anytime soon.. I love the possibilities and the fact that it won't go bad....




Thanks for sharing! It sounds really good.. I'll have to try it sometime!

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