Coloring Whipped Cream

Decorating By jade8 Updated 18 Nov 2010 , 9:34pm by jade8

jade8 Posted 18 Nov 2010 , 6:32am
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My daughters birthday is next month and I have been throwing around the idea of covering the cake with a basic stabilized whipped cream. Its just family that will be there and none of us have a big sweet tooth so I thought this would be a good choice. My question is can I color whipped cream with out it separating or bleeding? If so do I color the cream while its still liquid or after its whipped. Also would the stabilizer be an issue when coloring it. I tried once before and it was not a pleasant site. It looked all weepy and curdled. Im not sure what went wrong. Any tips would be great.

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claudia1985 Posted 18 Nov 2010 , 8:31am
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Hi, I ALWAYS, use whipped cream and always color it with just regular wilton colors, you can do it before or after it doesn't make a difference for me, you just need to whipp it a lot to get the right concistency. The breand I use is PASTRY PRIDE and love it. Hope this helped. ; )

jade8 Posted 18 Nov 2010 , 9:34pm
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unfortunately i cant get pastry pride where i live. thanks though.

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