Bavarian Creme

Decorating By SharonG Updated 17 Feb 2005 , 6:50pm by SharonG

SharonG Posted 16 Feb 2005 , 9:28pm
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hello everyone,
does anyone have a recipe for Bavarian creme or can you provide a source for purchasing large quantities of this item and other fillings?

Thank you icon_biggrin.gif

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letseatcake Posted 16 Feb 2005 , 10:14pm
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You can find it at cake supply stores or on line at countrykitchensa.com. Bavarian Creme is almost like a vanilla pudding but heavier. It is a great filling for cakes. I sometimes mix it with fresh sliced bananas (soaked with lime juice so they won't yellow too fast) or with a non-dairy whipped topping to get a sort of mousse.

MrsMissey Posted 16 Feb 2005 , 10:23pm
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Here are two from ladycakes.com. She has a ton of recipes on her website...you should check it out!


http://www.cakecentral.com/cake_recipe-2034-0-Bavarian-Crme.html

http://www.cakecentral.com/cake_recipe-2035-0-Bavarian-Crme-Filling.html

ameena Posted 16 Feb 2005 , 11:46pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by MrsMissey

Here are two from ladycakes.com. She has a ton of recipes on her website...you should check it out!




Yes ladycakes has some excellent recipes on her site. I made a banana cake recipe from her site and it received rave reviews.

SharonG Posted 17 Feb 2005 , 2:52pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by letseatcake

You can find it at cake supply stores or on line at countrykitchensa.com. Bavarian Creme is almost like a vanilla pudding but heavier. It is a great filling for cakes. I sometimes mix it with fresh sliced bananas (soaked with lime juice so they won't yellow too fast) or with a non-dairy whipped topping to get a sort of mousse.


thank you so much. it's nice to have access to such a great site to obtain the knowledge and expertise of so many people willing to provide information thumbs_up.gif

SharonG Posted 17 Feb 2005 , 2:56pm
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[quote="MrsMissey"]Here are two from ladycakes.com. She has a ton of recipes on her website...you should check it out!

you, thank you thumbs_up.gif

MrsMissey Posted 17 Feb 2005 , 3:03pm
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..you are very welcome! icon_lol.gif

tcturtleshell Posted 17 Feb 2005 , 3:20pm
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Hey MrsMissey~
I just took a look at all your beautiful cakes!! WOW you are an expert!!!!! Loved everyone of them!!! GREAT WORK!! ~Tina~

MrsMissey Posted 17 Feb 2005 , 3:29pm
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Oh gosh icon_redface.gif

Kiddiekakes Posted 17 Feb 2005 , 4:09pm
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SharonG,
You can also do what I do and purchase the canned Devon cream in the cakemix section of the grocery store.My friend wanted this cream filling for a 40th birthday cake I did and I don't normally use fillings as I mostly do kids character cakes so I found this at the grocery store for $2.29 a can(cheaper for you in the US) But I tried it and it was awesome.It didn't take me hours at the stove boiling things...okay I am exaggerating but I don't like having to make anything that takes forever to cook and lots of money for ingredients.It is a cheaper alternative and does taste good!!My friend said the cake was excellent!! Try looking for something like that if you are pressed for time etc..Just a suggestion!!

SharonG Posted 17 Feb 2005 , 6:50pm
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Thank you so much. your reply is very helpful.

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