AI have a customer who requested whipped icing on her cake. This cake will be covered in fondant but she would like the icing underneath to be like the whipped icing on cakes from super market bakeries. My question is are there any recipes out there for this icing or is there any place I can buy this already made. Thanks.
AI have never had store bought icing but this is what I found online
Walmart's Whipped Buttercream Icing
2 cups butter
2 cups sifted powdered sugar
2/3 cup sweetened condensed milk
2 large egg whites
1/2 cup sifted powdered sugar
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/2 cup powdered sugar
Place butter in mixing bowl, add 2 cups powdered sugar; mix at low speed to obtain smooth paste. Whip at medium speed, adding the condensed milk until light
Using a very clean bowl and beater, whip the egg whites until stiff while adding the 1/2 cup powdered sugar slowly. Mix this slowly into the above butter
mixture. Add vanilla and remaining 1/2 cup powdered sugar. This last amount of powdered sugar can be doubled if stiffer icing is desired.
AThanks so much
When you say "whipped icing"....that is not BUTTERcream. That is more of the "coolwhip" type of icing. Sam's sells prewhipped BETTERcream from their bakery department. This is super yummy, but I would never, ever use it under fondant.
Try using "Pastry Pride" it is the best whipped out there. It comes frozen like a carton of milk, just pour half at a time in your mixer and "whip" it to death-lol until it peaks..you can add flavorings, I use a flavored jello, comes out fantastic :)
Great idea Hamtrina.......I wish I could buy Pastry Pride here. I hate buying and storing that gigantic tub of better cream.