Okay.. I hope someone can bail me out here.. if so, I would greatly appreciate it!!!
I have a request for a raspberry white chocolate cake. Of course, I have told her yes!! I do have a recipe but haven't tried it. I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions for me or a favorite recipe.
I thought I would use the WASC and put some melted white chocolate in it and the some of the juice from raspberries.
any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated!!!
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No ideas or recipes??? Please.... !!
Great idea with the WASC recipe - you could also add white chocolate pudding to the mix. How about doing a raspberry filling?
I use a regular white cake batter, add white choc. pudding mix, 2 capfuls of raspberry extract and fold in, in 6 oz. of white choc. that I shave into my bowl of already mixed batter using a vegetable peeler.
What kind of icing are you planning on? The white chocolate mff over wasc with white chocolate ganache mousse filling layered with raspberry preserves gets my vote If you do a two layer it would be (from bottom up): wasc / ganache / raspberry preserves / cake, or you could sandwich the preserves in ganache, well, I'm drooling now__ the preserves cut the sweetness beautifully.
I second KHalstead's idea. I would fill it with white chocolate truffle filling (from the gourmet flavors thread)
I use The Cake Doctor cookbook recipe which is a doctored cake mix; use seedless raspberry jam for the filling and white chocolate buttercream for the frosting. Be sure to make the buttercream dam between the layers before filling. This is a favorite in our family and my daughter used this recipe for her wedding cake. It was beautiful and delicious and I did not make it because I had not learned to do so at that time. Best of luck to you.
fabulous ideas ladies!! thanks so much for your time..... I will let you know how it turns out!
Wasn't there a similar thread with this very question recently? http://cakecentral.com/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&p=6681032#6681032
If you've never made/tasted this before you may want to do a trial test run to be sure it's something you want your name on.
I wouldn't sell a client something I've never made or tasted before.