What Filling Do You Use For A Outdoor Wedding?

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topaz176 Posted 26 Apr 2009 , 2:51am
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I am looking for a filling that can stay out with no problems.
Any Ideas or experience please share.

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Rylan Posted 26 Apr 2009 , 9:26am
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It depends on the temperaturein your area I guess. Buttercream is the only thing I can think of as of now.

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solascakes Posted 26 Apr 2009 , 9:42am
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It'll obviously be better to use something that does not need refrigeration,(cream cheese,fresh cream),but maybe like regular buttercream.

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topaz176 Posted 26 Apr 2009 , 4:41pm
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It depends on the temperaturein your area I guess. Buttercream is the only thing I can think of as of now.





How do you flavour this ?

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imamommy1205 Posted 26 Apr 2009 , 5:08pm
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Maybe jam? I have a cake recipe that uses raspberry preserves as the filling. I dont think that needs to stay refrigerated...but I could bt wrong. I have heard of a BC jam mixture used as filling as well.

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indydebi Posted 26 Apr 2009 , 5:30pm
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Any of the sleeve fillings.

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kakeladi Posted 26 Apr 2009 , 6:01pm
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Yes, as Debi said, any filling purchased in the sleeve will work just fine, as will jam. Stay away from fresh fruit, cream cheese things like that.

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topaz176 Posted 28 Apr 2009 , 12:19pm
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Originally Posted by indydebi

Any of the sleeve fillings.





Do you know of any home made recipe? Or you have to always order?

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brincess_b Posted 28 Apr 2009 , 2:39pm
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you can flavour bc with anything. melted choc/ cocoa, cookie crumbs, choc chunks, mix it with jam, fruit zest, fruit juice, extracts/essence/flavourings, esspresso...
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sandy1 Posted 28 Apr 2009 , 4:11pm
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I have used the sleeve fillings and mixed them with Rich's Better Creme (you can purchase at Sam's Club). I lightly fold some of the sleeve filling into the Better Creme. It makes for a nice light filling. People seem to like the taste of the two fillings mixed together.
Sandy

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PaulaT Posted 28 Apr 2009 , 4:17pm
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I agree with Sandy1 - I've used the Rich's Bettercream and mixed in the sleeve fillings - work's fine.

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tyty Posted 28 Apr 2009 , 4:29pm
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I have used the sleeve fillings and mixed them with Rich's Better Creme (you can purchase at Sam's Club). I lightly fold some of the sleeve filling into the Better Creme. It makes for a nice light filling. People seem to like the taste of the two fillings mixed together.
Sandy




Which one do you use, the one in the can or the carton?

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Janny42 Posted 28 Apr 2009 , 4:32pm
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I know this is a stupid question, but what is sleeve filling?

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sandy1 Posted 28 Apr 2009 , 4:34pm
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I get the Better Creme that is already whipped. It comes in a large bucket. I freeze the extra that I don't use.
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tyty Posted 28 Apr 2009 , 4:36pm
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Thanks so much, I've never tried that one before. I always whip it myself. I have seen it in the warehouse store, looks like a 2 gallon bag in the freezer section.

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indydebi Posted 28 Apr 2009 , 4:52pm
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Any of the sleeve fillings.




Do you know of any home made recipe? Or you have to always order?




No, to both. I don't use homemade fillings and I don't have to order sleeve fillings because my local cake suppy shop keeps a GREAT inventory of these.

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sandy1 Posted 28 Apr 2009 , 4:55pm
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Janny42, sleeve fillings are fillings, i.e. fruits or creams that come in a plastic sleeve. You can purchase them on line or at cake decorating supply store. Just cut the end of the sleeve and squeeze out the amount you what to spread. My local store carries strawberry, raspberry, bannana cream, cream cheese, blueberry etc....

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CookiezNCupcakez Posted 20 May 2009 , 12:29am
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Originally Posted by indydebi

Any of the sleeve fillings.




Do you know of any home made recipe? Or you have to always order?





The brand of sleeve fillings(can't think of the name) I saw on the web said it needed to be stored in the fridge icon_confused.gif So what kind are you all using ?

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indydebi Posted 20 May 2009 , 12:43am
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I use these: http://countrykitchensa.com/catalog/SearchResults.aspx (put "filling" in the search field at the top of the screen).

It says they must be refrigerated AFTER opening. My cake supply store keeps them just on the shelf, and I store them just on a shelf until they're opened.

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Normita Posted 20 May 2009 , 1:02am
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you can flavour bc with anything. melted choc/ cocoa, cookie crumbs, choc chunks, mix it with jam, fruit zest, fruit juice, extracts/essence/flavourings, esspresso...
xx




What kind of jam do you use...do you use smuckers. the kind you use for toast? Will this work on topsy turvy's?

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CookiezNCupcakez Posted 20 May 2009 , 1:09am
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Originally Posted by indydebi

I use these: http://countrykitchensa.com/catalog/SearchResults.aspx (put "filling" in the search field at the top of the screen).

It says they must be refrigerated AFTER opening. My cake supply store keeps them just on the shelf, and I store them just on a shelf until they're opened.




Thanks I will go check it out!
Soooo let me see If I got this right... sleeve filling are fine to stay at room temp if mixed with buttercream or used alone? But once they are opened the must be in the fridge...LOL I'm still confused icon_redface.gif

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JGMB Posted 20 May 2009 , 2:11am
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I'm confused, too! So, they're shelf-stable as long as they're sealed, but as soon as they're opened, they have to be refrigerated.

Does that mean that, if you use this filling in a cake, then the cake must be refrigerated? If so, that wouldn't work for an outdoor wedding with reception.

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indydebi Posted 20 May 2009 , 2:33am
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i don't refrigerate my cakes wiht these fillings.

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cylstrial Posted 20 May 2009 , 12:35pm
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I'm confused, too! So, they're shelf-stable as long as they're sealed, but as soon as they're opened, they have to be refrigerated.

Does that mean that, if you use this filling in a cake, then the cake must be refrigerated? If so, that wouldn't work for an outdoor wedding with reception.




I buy the sleeve fillings (probably from the same place that Indydebi buys hers (cause I go up to Indianapolis to get it) although, no where near as much since mine is for personal use). Anyway, as Indydebi said, the sleeves of filling of are just laying out on the shelves. I just leave them on the shelf until I'm ready to use it too.

I specifically asked the lady that works there and she told me that once the sleeve has been opened, the sleeve itself has to be refrigerated. HOWEVER, the filling in the cake (that came from the sleeve) is fine in the cake for several days without refrigeration. After 3 of 4 days or so, you will want to refrigerate it. So that's more for people who have taken a wedding cake home or something. Anyway, for what it's worth...that's what the shop lady told me when I asked about it. thumbs_up.gif

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mareg Posted 20 May 2009 , 3:55pm
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Any of the sleeve fillings.




Debbie, Does that mean like the Barvarian creme & Creme cheese too?

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Becky52 Posted 20 May 2009 , 6:56pm
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I'm sure the reason they say you should refrigerate the opened package is because it will keep longer...I've heard for like 6 weeks or more! and you don't have to refrigerate the actual cake if you use the fillings from a sleeve - yes, even the cream cheese flavoricon_smile.gif Those sleeve fillings are so good and easy. I usually mix buttercream with them to thicken them up a little. And those sleeves go a long way! My local grocery store even has them.

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laurabeth595 Posted 20 May 2009 , 7:09pm
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i would say any sort of perserve. strawberry is always a good one. or a bavarian/ parisan filling. but this comes premade at my work so i dont know how to make it.

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sillywabbitz Posted 20 May 2009 , 7:19pm
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Becky52 which grocery store carries the sleeve fillings by you? Do they look like the long sleeves or or they packaged differently, I would love to be able to get them at the grocery storeicon_smile.gif

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mareg Posted 20 May 2009 , 9:07pm
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Becky52 which grocery store carries the sleeve fillings by you? Do they look like the long sleeves or or they packaged differently, I would love to be able to get them at the grocery storeicon_smile.gif




Yes me too!

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jenng1482 Posted 20 May 2009 , 9:20pm
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I mix buttercream with liqueurs for a quick and easy that can stay out. I picked up a bottle of "creamaretto" a creamy, baileys consistency amaretto in the clearance bin at a liquor store. This bottle has gone a long ways and always gets tons of compliments. Kahlua and Bailetys work well too.

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