Hi all, I am making a yellow cake with raspberry filling. However it is very rare that I use fruit fillings. Can anyone suggest a brand or type of raspberry filling I should use? Thanks!
I just thaw frozen raspberries and mash them with sugar. Can also be mixed with BC, creme cheese or custard into a nice filling. But I make "swedish" cakes wich is a totally different construction than american/british cakes....We have 50 % filling and 50 % cake and they always need to be refrigerated.
Could you just use a nice good quality preserve perhaps?
I buy the sleeves of filling and they work and taste great. No need to refrigerate. I buy them online.
Polaner Allfruit is awesome in vanilla cake....people love it and they can't tell you just bought it at the grocery store.
Thank you everyone! I really appreciate this site!
Whatever you use don't forget to strain it if there are pits
I love the Henry and Henry red raspberry.
I agree with kitagirl....Polaner Is great, no seeds
Also, I think Smuckers makes a Raspberry jam that is seedless
It tastes no different than if I make it myself from frozen/fresh raspberries
I use the Smuckers Jam. Everyone always loves it. Quick and easy.
Seedless jam heated and mixed with raspberry Jello. Whisk and cool in the fridge to thicken. Adjust the Jello mixture to get the thickness you want. I made this last night and everyone just wanted to eat it with a spoon. I had to take it away before they all got sick.
It's so good that I was dreaming about it all day today.
This with white chocolate ganache...OMG!!
I use Dickinson's brand seedless red raspberry preserves. It's in the grocery store in the jam/jelly aisle and it's delicious as a cake filling!
If you want to make it yourself - there is a GREAT recipe on here! It's absolutely delicious!! I'll go find it for ya!
Here ya go! It's awesome!
Polander fruit and Jello cake filling recipe:
I love all of the suggestions! cylstrail i checked out that recipe and it shows yummy.
This is the most amazing preserves I have tasted:
If you go that route, see if you can get this stuff. It's also very inexpensive compared to others. Atleast where I live, it is. All the Gedney state fair preserves are great tasting.