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post #16 of 34
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Thanks! From what I heard, it WAS!!! icon_biggrin.gif



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post #17 of 34
Wow that cake looks delicious
What kind of a cake was it
post #18 of 34
I thought this might be helpful. I read about this on another post regard sleeve fillings. The information came from Beth19.

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This is what I use. Apologies in advance, I dont remrmber where I came across this info, wish I could give some credit!

Gourmet fillings ready to use as filling in your cakes.
STORING: Store in the refrigerator after opening. An opened tube will keep 6 months in the refrigerator. I usually tie the end off with a rubber band and then put them in Tupperware. Some ladies have frozen them with success.

Amount of Pastry Filling Needed - This is the approximate amount of filling needed. Different fillings may vary slightly. Heart shaped cakes may take a little less filling than rounds, square shaped cakes may take a little more than rounds. One sleeve of filling equals 3 cups.

Rounds
5" 1/4 cup
6" 1/3 cup
7" 2/3 cup
8" 3/4 cup
9" 1 cup
10" 1 1/4 cup
11" 1 1/2 cup
12" 1 3/4 cup
14" 2 1/3 cup
16" 3 2/3 cups
18" 5 2/3 cups
Sheet Cakes
9 x 13 1/2 cup
10 x 15 2 cups
12 x 18 3 1/3 cup
post #19 of 34
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Thanks DarkChocolate! I will definetly use that!!

It was a very special chocolate recipe...So good!!

(the reason I am not sharing is b/c I can't remeber which one! icon_lol.gif )



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post #20 of 34
oooooooooooooh YUMMY looking cake!!! Sorry you had a Blow out!! Glad you were able to fix it!! icon_lol.gif
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post #21 of 34
Please note that the pastry filling chart needs a correction. I sent Beth19 a PM and she agrees there must be a mistake. The 9 X 13 would need 1 1/2 C not, a 1/2 C.

Thanks!
darkchocolate
post #22 of 34
Oh - the goodies falling out of that cake! I'd eat it as is!
post #23 of 34
Oh my that looks wonderful, what kind of filling was it? I'm so glad you scored so many orders from it. Talk about taking lemons and making lemonade.
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post #24 of 34
that can happen to anyone, and your cake looks delicious!!!!
post #25 of 34
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I was able to make Lots of lemonade!!! icon_lol.gif

I still can't believe I did that!!



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post #26 of 34
I am soooo sorry for what happened, you cake looks really tasty though.
post #27 of 34
excuse me but your cake seems to be bleeding...

lol, it does look lovely anyway, glad to hear it was well recieved!
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post #28 of 34
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"This is what I use. Apologies in advance, I dont remrmber where I came across this info, wish I could give some credit!

Gourmet fillings ready to use as filling in your cakes.
STORING: Store in the refrigerator after opening. An opened tube will keep 6 months in the refrigerator. I usually tie the end off with a rubber band and then put them in Tupperware. Some ladies have frozen them with success.

Amount of Pastry Filling Needed - This is the approximate amount of filling needed. Different fillings may vary slightly. Heart shaped cakes may take a little less filling than rounds, square shaped cakes may take a little more than rounds. One sleeve of filling equals 3 cups.

Rounds
5" 1/4 cup
6" 1/3 cup
7" 2/3 cup
8" 3/4 cup
9" 1 cup
10" 1 1/4 cup
11" 1 1/2 cup
12" 1 3/4 cup
14" 2 1/3 cup
16" 3 2/3 cups
18" 5 2/3 cups
Sheet Cakes
9 x 13 1/2 cup
10 x 15 2 cups
12 x 18 3 1/3 cup"



Do these amounts include torting?
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post #29 of 34
oh I know this is gross but you could have made a baby's head and put it right there by the opening....like the cake was having a baby... icon_surprised.gif
post #30 of 34
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That would have been gross...and soooo funny!!

I would have probably done that for a family member, but not a first time paying customer, who knows if they have a sense of humor! icon_lol.gif



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