Anybody Know Where To Get Icing Base/brite White?

Decorating By eperales0411 Updated 19 Jul 2009 , 8:30pm by Deb_

eperales0411 Posted 18 Jul 2009 , 10:32pm
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I saw that brite white buttercream icing got very good reviews, so I
would like to try it, but as I am going through the ingredients, I came
across brite white icing base, I am very new to baking and cake
decorating and don't knew much, so if someone could help and tell
me where to get icing base and what it is. THANKS TO ANYONE WHO
CAN HELP! icon_confused.gif

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Deb_ Posted 19 Jul 2009 , 3:03am
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I've ordered a similar product called "angel white fudge icing base" from
s u g a r c r a f (I can't type the name normally because this site automatically deletes it icon_rolleyes.gif )

here is what I cut and pasted from their site........

Angel White FUDGE-ICE Icing Base - a base for smooth buttercreme fillings and icings. Makes an excellent buttercreme that does not dry out or yellow. Use as a white flutty filling for donuts, use for making donut icing for machine applications also. Add icing or chopped fruits for a variety of flavored icings. Makes a nice bun and roll icing formula. Add peanut butter for peanut butter icing or use your favorite flavoring for endless possiblities. Add our Creme Whip Base to prevent peeling, sagging and crusty surfaces. Makes a wonderful filling for creme horns and meltaway coffee cakes. For our recipes send a self addressed stamped envelope to: Sugarcraft, Inc. % ANGEL WHITE RECIPES 2715 Dixie Hwy. Hamilton, OH 45015.
RECIPE: Extra Creamy & Smooth White Icing
5 lb. 2 oz. Angel White FudeIce Base
12 lb. 6 oz. 6X Powdered Sugar
5 lb. 2 oz. Alpine Shortening
4 oz. Vanilla Flavoring (use clear flavoring for white icing)
2 lb. cold water
Add all ingredients except water in a mixing bowl. Add some of the water and mix on first speed to incorporate. Add balance of water gradually while creaming on second speed for a minium of ten minutes after all the water has been incorporated. Scrape down several times. Longer mixing increases volume, stabilizes icing and does not break down. Batch Yield 25 lb. 2 oz.
Angel White Icing Base #440302 3 pounds $7.65   
Angel White Icing Base #440302 9 pound $20.66   
Angel White Icing Base #440302 30 pounds $61.50

I hope this helps you........I think the stuff is awesome!

Deb_ Posted 19 Jul 2009 , 3:05am
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OK now this site is even BLOCKING the site name when I type it with spaces. This is ridiculous. I'll PM you the name of the place where you can order it from, I've never had a problem with this store and I have no idea why CC hates them so much. icon_confused.gif

Kellbella Posted 19 Jul 2009 , 8:10pm
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Kellbella Posted 19 Jul 2009 , 8:11pm
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Deb_ Posted 19 Jul 2009 , 8:30pm
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Originally Posted by Kellbella

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