Whipped Cream Iceing

Baking By bigguyone Updated 17 Aug 2012 , 7:32pm by rjcakes

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bigguyone Posted 11 Aug 2012 , 5:46pm
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Hello, I have been looking for a whipped cream iceing i can used like on a stawberry. Someone also ask for a iceing that was wipped iceing, but didnt like the buttercream iceing.

I cant seen to find anything like they use in bake shops. I tryed a few but seem to be missing something, they just didnt tast the same. So dose anyone have a recipes like the ones used in bake shops.

I just do this for the kids & besides its fun......
This is a great site, glad i found it.

Thanks

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sfandm Posted 11 Aug 2012 , 6:14pm
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This is yummy IMO.

Buy 1 small box, pint size of Equate brand Heavy Whipping Cream. I get this at Wallyworld for less than $1.50.

Add it to a cold metal mixing bowl, and use your hand mixer to whip up, and add to this between 1/3 and 1/2 cup sugar as you are mixing, or you can add instant pudding to it. The possibilities are endless. It will stiffen up within 3 minutes.

Look in the recipes section at the top, and scroll down to frostings and fillings for more ideas.

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bigguyone Posted 11 Aug 2012 , 6:45pm
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Thanks will try this and see what it dose. Never thought about pudding, sounds good.

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Moxigrl54 Posted 15 Aug 2012 , 3:56pm
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I was curious to know if you tried the whipped frosting recipe yet and how it turned out. I'm doing a cake this weekend and the customer requested whipped frosting. Every recipe I found requires it to be refrigerated and I'm not sure I will be able to find a recipe that holds up long enough for a birthday party in Florida's hot and humid weather! icon_sad.gif

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bigguyone Posted 15 Aug 2012 , 8:21pm
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Hi, I did make it, and it did well. The tast was good but it wasnt what i was looking for. It missing something but dont know what. The ones in the bake shops seems to be a different tast. But i will use this till i find one that is more like them. It was good much better then what i used before.

As far as holding up it did fine, now i didnt have it out but only for about 3 hrs or so. It seem to be frim till the we put it away. Now this is one without the pudding i will try that one later,

Iam still looking for just a whipped frosting, Not a whipped cream, Was told its realy lite frosting...at lest thats what i was told, but have not found one.
I make the buttercream iceing but she didnt like it to much. So i will keek looking icon_smile.gif

Hope this helps.

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CuteCakes1234 Posted 15 Aug 2012 , 9:32pm
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You can buy BetterCreme at Sams club for about 19.99 it taste wonderful and holds up very well in heat and great for adding flavors!

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wenchingyu0612 Posted 16 Aug 2012 , 8:57am
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It was good much better then what i used before. Image

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bigguyone Posted 16 Aug 2012 , 11:21pm
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Originally Posted by CuteCakes1234

You can buy BetterCreme at Sams club for about 19.99 it taste wonderful and holds up very well in heat and great for adding flavors!




I had ask them a few yrs ago if they sold iceing & toppings for cakes, was told they didnt. So i started makeing my own buttercream iceing, so far had no prob with it..Iam in Louisiana & it holds up great here. But will try Sams, maybe it has a little something different in it.

But would like to find a recipe that is not as sweet as the buttercream. Have had a few who ask for it.

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rjcakes Posted 17 Aug 2012 , 7:32pm
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I've used the Whimsical Bakehouse house buttercream (shortening and butter based one) and it is very creamy and fluffy - more of a whipped buttercream and not too sweet. It stays soft - doesn't crust. I recommend it if you're looking for a whipped type of frosting. The recipe is in their book. HTH!
RJ

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