Refrigerating Whipping Cream?

Decorating By fruitfly Updated 24 Jul 2009 , 8:59pm by JanH

fruitfly Posted 23 Jul 2009 , 2:18pm
post #1 of 5

hello everyone, im new at making cakes.
but a very close family members birthday is coming up
and i want to make her a very nice birthday cake but i
kind of suck at these kind of things. plus i never used
fondant on anything lol so i need your guy's help asap.

im going to make this cake. would i be able to put it in
the fridge after its done? because on the sides their will
be some whip cream.. i dont want it to melt cause its 26
here and very humind


4 replies
mgwebb68 Posted 23 Jul 2009 , 3:24pm
post #2 of 5

Based on that picture I don't see where there is any fondant.

It looks to me like it's all whipped cream and the top appears to be a strawberry puree (or something like that). It would certainly need to be in the refridgerator if that is the case. It's a very pretty cake.

__Jamie__ Posted 23 Jul 2009 , 3:44pm
post #3 of 5

Put the berries on very right before you deliver it. Don't want strawberry "blood" leaking all over that white frosting.

Also, I see no fondant either. Unless the red "disk" on top of the cake surface is shiny fondant. Probably berry puree though?

aligotmatt Posted 23 Jul 2009 , 3:49pm
post #4 of 5

I went to her blogspot, which was not in English, used the google translator and this is her directions:

Cake with whipped cream and strawberry / Strawberry Cake

Cake with simple blat of 5 eggs.

Cream ganache chocolate amaruie (300 grams chocolate 300 ml liquid cream). Over the cream I put fresh strawberries.

I poured over a strawberry jelly made of 200 grams of strawberry puree and 1 jelly spoon. Gelatin is made a little soaking in water, then heating until the crystals melt completely and the gelatin is poured over the pire capsnui stirring vigorously.

I decorated with whipped cream and fresh strawberries, dipping in gelatin (gelatin is prepared as above, but using 1 spoon gelatin and 200 ml water).

hope that helpsicon_smile.gif

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