I just got an order from a customer for a 3 tiered wedding cake. In one of the tiers she wants whipped cream filling. I asked her if she meant whipped cream cheese filling and she said no, like the whipped cream you buy at Albertsons for strawberries. Is it even possible to do that in a cake??? My thoughts is that the whipped cream will liquify. Is there something I can add to whipped cream or a recipe of the same taste that I can use? PLEASE HELP!!!! )
You could try Bettercreme. HTH.
I think you can stabilize the whipped cream. That should add enough body.
How would I stablize it?
Not sure where you are, but we have something called "whip it" from Dr. Oetker(sp). It's a stabilzer. It's in the baking isle, usually by the puddings.
There is also a way to use piping gel...I think the "recipe" is in the recipe section here. I think it is called Amazing Stabilized Whipped Cream or something of that nature.
Here is a link http://cakecentral.com/recipes/7347/amazing-stabilized-whipping-cream ,
or use Pastry Pride, or bettercream
Thanks everyone! I checked out that recipe and I think it is exactly what she wants. You guys are awesome! )