kewaters Posted 12 Sep 2012 , 6:55pm
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i have a customer that is requesting a whipped frosting vs. regular buttercream. it will be on a sheet cake and have just a few piping decorations. Does anyone have a good recipe, tips, etc.?

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Crowsbutterfly Posted 13 Sep 2012 , 1:41am
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I'm glad you asked this question, I've been thinking about the same thing! Sorry I can't help but I'm looking forward to seeing some replies icon_biggrin.gif

lorieleann Posted 13 Sep 2012 , 6:48am
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I have a customer requesting 'whipped' frosting as well. I am telling her that I have American or a Swiss meringue frosting in my buttercream selection. I could do a stabilized whipped cream for a dessert cake, but for a buttercream decorated cake, I don't use the Whipped frosting. Using a Bettercream or other type of product doesn't fit into my business model, so I have no problem redirecting them to what I can do that they will enjoy the taste of. (and try to find the reason behind the request for whipped...perhaps they see it as the only option to a super-sweet supermarket style american buttercream. If it is less gland-grabbing sweet they want, then I will use a SMBC.)

AnnieCahill Posted 13 Sep 2012 , 12:32pm
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http://cakecentral.com/recipe/whipped-cream-buttercream-frosting

This is a good recipe. I have used it with butter, shortening, and a combination of the two. Just don't use the Wilton brand meringue powder because it will make the icing taste sour.

Crazboutcakes Posted 13 Sep 2012 , 12:57pm
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I found this recipe here on CC, It works very well and holds up nicly.

http://cakecentral.com/recipe/amazing-stabilized-whipping-cream

kewaters Posted 13 Sep 2012 , 3:46pm
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thanks everyone for the feedback!

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