here’s a good one that can be refrigerated or left out at room temp for 2 days- it is also thick, so it will NOT ooze out or make your cake soggy. I was on the hunt for one to use in a large wedding cake that would be out for some time… Had some helpful info from JanH regarding the liquor addition, and viola! this is the result, love it and use it very frequently. Very refreshing, cuts the sweetness of the cake and icing.

Raspberry Puree Filling

Ingredients

  • 1 12oz bag of frozen raspberries, thawed. (or fruit of your choice)
  • 1/4 c granulated white sugar
  • 3 TB cornstarch mixed withe equals parts COLD water to disolve.
  • lemon juice- to taste
  • 2-3 TB rasberry chambord (french liquor- preservative).

Instructions

  1. thaw berries. puree them in blender. press though a sieve to remove seeds. place berry puree in a pot on the stove over medium/low heat. add sugar and disolved cornstarch. bring to a simmer, stirring constantly so you will not have lumps. once it thickens nicely, remove from heat. allow to cool. add chambord. chill for a few hours, then fill your cake. dont forget a thick icing dam!
  2. the chambord will not change to flavor as it is made from raspberries, herbs and honey.

Comments

vicky Says... 16 Sep 2009 , 7:51am

Melysa, where can I purchase chambord? Is this similar to the fruit fillings you can purchase at cake decorating stores? Thanks.

ReneeQ Says... 21 Sep 2009 , 8:01am

Chambord is a liquor that you would buy at the package store.

erincc Says... 24 Sep 2009 , 10:48am

I love this recipe. We have a raspberry bush so when I have an abundance of fresh raspberries, I make a big batch and freeze it in smaller portions. I mix it with buttercream for a delicious raspberry "mousse" filling. Thanks for a great recipe!

staceyboots Says... 19 Oct 2009 , 6:52am

does anyone know how much filling this recipe yields? I am making a stacked lemon cake and need to fill one (1) 4-layer 6" square and one (1) 4-layer 9" square.

mammax4 Says... 16 Nov 2009 , 1:20pm

Do you have to use the chamboed as it is quite expensive?

HeidiL Says... 10 Jan 2010 , 12:01pm

Very good filling. I used it with white cake, and it was delicious. It was the perfect consistency for spreading on layers, and it was such a nice, tart compliment to the sweetness of the cake. Thanks for the great recipe.

crazyladybaker Says... 18 Jan 2010 , 3:19pm

I would love to try this. Can anyone recommend an alternative to the Chamord or can I just omit it? I will be making a cake for a ladies church luncheon and would like to avoid the alcohol issue :-) Thanks!

rvercher23 Says... 4 Feb 2010 , 6:55am

I have made this recipe and it was enough to fill a 6 inch cake. I have used amaretto with it also. This is a great recipe!

mburkett Says... 7 Feb 2010 , 12:46pm

I doubled the sugar to make it just a bit sweeter and love it. It's still tart enough to offset the sweetness of the cake. It's nice and thick. I left out the chambord simply because I didn't have any and it's fine without. Be careful not to overcook, it can become too thick and a bit lumpy (it was still good though). It's definately one I come back to.

rc1980 Says... 28 Mar 2010 , 7:57pm

It was a little more sour for me, so next time I will defenately add more sugar next time.

CakeChica Says... 20 Jul 2010 , 6:12am

This is my go to fruit filling recipe. I love it. Sometimes depending on who he cake is for I leave out the Chambord and substitute about 1 tsp of raspberry extract but I have done this with out the Chambord and extract and it taste just fine.

heylucy Says... 1 Sep 2010 , 7:34pm

I need to make a wedding cake but would love to do this recipee along with a layer of vanilla butter cream on top of the rasberry would this stay all day

gina0475 Says... 6 Oct 2010 , 12:21pm

Just tried it today, it has not even cooled yet but I want to eat the whole bowl -- simple - delicious!

Thank you

Christa_Miller Says... 7 Oct 2010 , 5:16pm

I made this today for the first time.... Very easy and fantastic... I left out the Chambord and increased my sugar to 1/3c.... Perfect!

AngelasSugarShack Says... 4 Mar 2011 , 2:17pm

Just made this for a cake, and it was amazing! I increased the sugar like other people suggested (to 1/3 c) and I'm glad I did. It was sweet, but not too sweet, and just the right amount of raspberry tartness. I did not use Chambord, but it turned out just fine.

Mikail Says... 5 Oct 2011 , 8:50am

Thanks! This one is definitely for keeps!

marialena Says... 21 Nov 2011 , 7:12pm

This is a wonderful filling. Thank you! I do have one question, however. I left out the Chambord, and I was wondering if this would affect the length of time this filling could remain unrefrigerated.

MelaMang75 Says... 22 Mar 2012 , 1:41pm

Love this filling! I've been getting rave reviews! Thanks for sharing :)

Visnee Says... 12 Apr 2012 , 10:06pm

My go to recipe! Sugar changed to 1/3 to make sweeter. I've used the same idea with strawberries as well with much success! I'm so glad I stumbled across this one. I've used as well as omitted the chambord - no major difference so don't worry. Yum!


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