So I know cream cheese sitting outside for any amount of time is a disaster waiting to happen! But when the party is at the park...there really is no other choice!
Questions is how can I get a BC that has some kind of cream cheese flavor to it...Anyone have an idea, I'm lost!
It might not be a problem if the cake is not out there for a really long time or if it is not too hot that day? I did cream cheese frosting on a cake for an out door wedding last year and had no trouble with it. It was out for maybe 3 hours at about 70 degrees if I remember correctly. I suppose it depends a bit on the recipe as well. I have heard of cream cheese buttercreams though, check out this thread:
I dont know how long it will be outside...but it will be hotter then 70 degrees, I live in Houston...and it is like 95....
could you add some cheesecake pudding mix to your buttercream?
I haven't tried it, but LorAnn has a cream cheese or cheesecake flavoring that you could add to a heat-stable BC.
hmm, ya I would worry about it in 95 degree weather too. Sorry, didn't notice your location...
There is a crusting Cream cheese icing recipe in the recipe section that I love!! To me it's the benefits of buttercream icing with the cream cheese flavor. I get great reviews on it when I use it.