Instant Pudding As Filling

Baking By Pickulz Updated 1 Mar 2013 , 3:39pm by cookielvr13

Pickulz Posted 26 Feb 2013 , 3:04pm
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Ive seen a lot of recipes where instant pudding is used as fillings in cakes...where the instant pudding is added to cream and/or milk. I am guessing this would require refigeration of the cake? Correct?


Is there a filling that doesnt require refigeration?

Could I add the instant pudding to buttercream?

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cookielvr13 Posted 1 Mar 2013 , 3:39pm
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Because of the dairy products used with the pudding mix I would definitely refrigerate it.


The only thing that comes to mind as far as fillings not being refrigerated are fillings I have seen sold in cake supply stores that come in long plastic sleeves. There are usually fruit fillings and choc flavored fillings.



Or standard buttercream that is shortening and 10 x sugar.



As far as adding instant pudding to buttercream? I don't know how that will taste or let alone work out. Pudding has gelatine in it that is what gives it that thick stable consistency.


Maybe try mixing a small batch and see what happens.

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