amberlou16 Posted 23 Nov 2012 , 1:50pm

Happy Black Friday to one and all :) If anyone's around their comp's and not shopping, I could sure use some input regarding a cake I'm making.

The cake is a chocolate cake with white chocolate ganache filling.  It's only 2 layers tall.  I wanted to decorate it in the ruffle style, with whipped white chocolate ganache instead of butter cream. 

Has anyone else tried this? I just don't want to waste all that chocolate if it's not going to look right.  (Who am I kidding, that chocolate won't go to waste :)

 

Thanks so much!!

A

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SgtGoodie Posted 25 Nov 2012 , 5:36am

AI think that I would worry about the ganache retaining its integrity with temperature and humidity changes. But then again... I've never tried it. Make yourself a small trial cake and let us know! :grin:

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