Air Brushing Whipped Cream Icing

Decorating By jlh Updated 6 Jun 2013 , 10:53pm by chevydrina4

jlh Posted 7 Jul 2010 , 7:20am
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Just got a new air brush. Still in the box. I've never used one. Can you airbrush whipped cream icing (Rich's Bettercream to be exact)? Any problems with bleeding bringing decorated cake out from fridge? Thanks

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mamawrobin Posted 7 Jul 2010 , 12:51pm
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When I worked at the grocery store bakery I HATED airbrushing whipped icing. I don't recall having issues with bleeding just issues period. When someone requested this type of icing for a design that required air brushing I always tried to talk them into buttercream instead or changing their design. icon_lol.gif

KHalstead Posted 7 Jul 2010 , 1:03pm
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I airbrush them all the time, the only thing I've ever noticed is that they take MORE color to get darker colors.......once it sits overnight it seems like the color lightens up quite a bit.

Here is a cake iced with Rich's don't have to refrigerate the cake unless your filling is perishable

chevydrina4 Posted 6 Jun 2013 , 10:53pm
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Thank you, KHalsteed. I was concerned about airbrushing a whipped cake but now I feel confident. I'll let you know how it comes out.

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