Filling That Does Not Require Refridgeration

Decorating By nikki1273 Updated 29 Nov 2011 , 10:43pm by Apti

nikki1273 Posted 28 Nov 2011 , 6:01pm
post #1 of 15

Can some of you experts out there recommend one of your popular filling that does not require refridgeration. Nothing too exotic as I am looking to please many different pallates. TIA

14 replies
grama_j Posted 28 Nov 2011 , 6:44pm
post #2 of 15

Whipped ganache is my favorite go to filling........

hails Posted 28 Nov 2011 , 8:02pm
post #3 of 15
Quote:
Originally Posted by grama_j

Whipped ganache is my favorite go to filling........



Oh sounds yummy do you have the recipenpleeeease icon_smile.gif

grama_j Posted 28 Nov 2011 , 8:15pm
post #4 of 15

Do you make ganache for the icing on your cake ? Well, it is the same thing, but I put mind in the refrigerator for an hour or so, then use my hand held electric mixer and whip it until it is a little fluffy....... put your regular dam around your cake, and spred this in.......... OMG ! It MELTS in your mouth...
My ganache recipe.....
2 ( 12 oz.) pkg. semi-sweet cho. chips ( I like Hershey's Special Dark )
2 C. Heavy whipping cream
2 T. butter

Place cho. chips in med. sized bowl. Heat cream until it comes just to a boil. Pour hot cream over chips and allow to stand a minute or so..... Gently stir mixture until cho. is completey melted. ( if I have trouble here, I put it into the microwave for 30 second intervals until it is smooth.) BE CAREFUL not to heat it to much, or it will sieze up on you and be ruined.

hails Posted 28 Nov 2011 , 8:44pm
post #5 of 15

Thank you so much you are a honey icon_smile.gif
Have a lovely day.

KimAZ Posted 28 Nov 2011 , 11:09pm
post #6 of 15

I use Pastry Pride which is non dairy. Makes great mousse filling with a box of pudding mix or jams.

KimAZ

mommynana Posted 28 Nov 2011 , 11:44pm
post #7 of 15
Quote:
Originally Posted by grama_j

Do you make ganache for the icing on your cake ? Well, it is the same thing, but I put mind in the refrigerator for an hour or so, then use my hand held electric mixer and whip it until it is a little fluffy....... put your regular dam around your cake, and spred this in.......... OMG ! It MELTS in your mouth...
My ganache recipe.....
2 ( 12 oz.) pkg. semi-sweet cho. chips ( I like Hershey's Special Dark )
2 C. Heavy whipping cream
2 T. butter

Place cho. chips in med. sized bowl. Heat cream until it comes just to a boil. Pour hot cream over chips and allow to stand a minute or so..... Gently stir mixture until cho. is completey melted. ( if I have trouble here, I put it into the microwave for 30 second intervals until it is smooth.) BE CAREFUL not to heat it to much, or it will sieze up on you and be ruined.





Is that for milk chocolate also?

nikki1273 Posted 29 Nov 2011 , 12:21am
post #8 of 15

KIM AZ.....could you please tell me where you purchase pastry pride.....def sounds like something I would like to check out. Thanks!

grama_j Posted 29 Nov 2011 , 12:29am
post #9 of 15

hummm...I've never heard of making it with milk chocolate....... I have used white chocolate, but now I will have to see about the milk chocolate.... I'm thinking maybe the fat content is different......

MarvinCakes75 Posted 29 Nov 2011 , 1:01am
post #10 of 15

This filling sounds great, I can't wait to try it. But I always thought that fillings & frostings that contain dairy products had to be refrigerated? How do you know what needs to be refrigerated and what does not? Thanks for the help!!

mommynana Posted 29 Nov 2011 , 1:44am
post #11 of 15

[quote="grama_j"]hummm...I've never heard of making it with milk chocolate....... I have used white chocolate, but now I will have to see about the milk chocolate.... I'm thinking maybe the fat content is different......[/quot

I`m thinking 2 cups milk chocolate to 1 cup heavy cream,? Maybe.

Apti Posted 29 Nov 2011 , 2:13am
post #12 of 15

You can buy some of these fillings online or at a specialty cake supply store.

Sleeve fillings are fabulous. Here's an example:
https://www.slice-heaven.com/store/search

Pastry Pride is a stable non-dairy whipped topping that tastes wonderful. Here's an instruction sheet:
http://www.doitwithicing.com/PASTRY_PRIDE_INSTRUCTIONS.pdf

Here's an image of Pastry Pride:
http://www.costco.com/Browse/Product.aspx?prodid=10254760&whse=BD_823&topnav=bd&cat=83028&hierPath=10050*⟨=en-US

Here's a recipe with tips for varied fillings made with Pastry Pride:
http://cakecentral.com/recipes/bavarian-cream-filling/

Whipped ganache is great. Even better with fresh raspberries on top of the ganache filling layer.

For cream cheese filling that is temperature stable and doesn't require refrigeration, I use the tip from BlakesCakes:
Mix half buttercream with half store bought cream cheese frosting.

You can always flavor smaller quantities of your buttercream and use that as a filling.

Usually when you see a baker that offers a ton of fillings, they are using sleeve fillings. (Unless they are advertising fresh ingredients, etc.)

KimAZ Posted 29 Nov 2011 , 5:12pm
post #13 of 15

The only place near me that carries Pastry Pride is Smart and Final. They also carry Bettercreme in vanilla and chocolate and both are excellent.

Good luck!
KimAZ

cakelady1958 Posted 29 Nov 2011 , 5:57pm
post #14 of 15

Candyland is the only place that carries the sleeves where I live....never heard of Bettercreme. I suppose its better than buttercream???

Apti Posted 29 Nov 2011 , 10:43pm
post #15 of 15

Pastry Pride, Frostin' Pride, Rich's, Rich's Bettercreme are all versions of a similar product. The product is a whipped cream taste and consistency that is much more stable than REAL whipped cream. With care and speed you can do some decorating with these, but not like buttercream. Two different things.

Quote by @%username% on %date%

%body%