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post #16 of 31
I bought some WB at the Winnie DOS last month, and am about to work on my next cake...

Please help this newbie to WB - can I use it IN the cake mix? Can I use it in a chocolate cake mix? Or is it just used in BC? I am a 'fondant' girl, so my buttercream usage is just for filling and crumbcoating (and some attaching). And I use butter-based buttercream - I don't do the shortening thing.

Thanks in advance, can't wait to use the WB, it will be nice to taste vs just smelling! icon_smile.gif LOL!

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Wendl
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post #17 of 31
Oh Where, Oh where can I find the creme bouquet and the wedding bouquet in Canada.
post #18 of 31
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Originally Posted by tania9

I always wondered what these actually taste like. I have never seen them here (Australia) can someone enlighten me please? Thank you icon_smile.gif





I recently bought the Creme Bouquet from Kitchen Krafts, it is a mixture of vanilla and citrus. I haven't used it yet, but it smells wonderful!
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post #19 of 31
I recently ordered some creme bouquet from www.countrykitchensa.com . I like it pretty good. It is strong though. It doesn't take much!! I have only used it in BC so I'm not sure about using it in the actual cake.
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post #20 of 31
Thread Starter 
I just love everyone on Cake Central! Thanks so much for the input and yes, I have placed my orders for both of the extracts. (I ordered more than one to make sure I did not run out of them at some critical point). The Wedding Bouquet was ordered, as is the Creme Bouquet, on different sites.

Now, just one more question... how much are you all using in the cake versus the icing? What has been your experience(s) with them?

Thanks in advance for everything you do to help me become better and better at this great art!
post #21 of 31
I love Creme Bouquet, use it a lot & will be ordering the WB from Global with my next order.
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post #22 of 31
okay this correct, WB is the same as Creme bouquet? so I can buy either one?
post #23 of 31
majormichel No ( at least to me ) they are not the same flavor..lutie .. You just have to try and see what you like ! I use 2-4 tsp in my icing ! Some people use A lot more! I like a more mellow flavor.
post #24 of 31
Thread Starter 
Fiddlesticks: I had a wonderful experience this week-end. I catered a wedding for 200 and made the cake... Below is the recipe that garnered the most attention to my baking I have had in a while... Strawberry Butter Cream Filling to the wedding cakes. My "food barometer" is the way men react to my food... this one went off the scale... the men loved this cake (and especially the strawberry butter cream filling with Creme Bouquet).

The recipe is in the Recipe Section as of today, but here it is... I used an "over-flowing" tablespoon of Creme Bouquet.

Lutie's Strawberry Butter Cream Filling

Beat for 3 to 4 minutes:

3 cups butter, room temperature
1 cup Crisco

Add (slowly and cover your mixing bowl with a towel to keep down the sugar powder):
2 - 32 oz. bags 10X sugar (powdered sugar)
1/2 cup heavy whipping cream
1 over-flowing Tablespoon Creme Bouquet
Dash salt

Beat for 5 minutes and slowly add the rest of
the heavy whipping cream, (It is your preference how
much more you put into this).

On the highest speed, "beat the dickens" out it for
another 5 minutes.

Out of this icing, take what you think will be enough for your cake filling and put it into a separate bowl.

With a large spoon, add:
1/2 of a 24 oz. jar of Strawberry Preserves

Fold into the butter cream and place between the layers of your cake.
Use the rest of the butter cream to crumb coat your cake.

The ooo's and ahhh's will be heard all the way back from the reception to the kitchen!

Yes, I love this Creme Bouquet... now can someone tell me about their experience(s) with Wedding Bouquet?
post #25 of 31
lutie.. Thanks so much for sharing ! I really dont know how to explain what the wedding bouquet tastes like ! I just know I love the flavor !!Some say it taste like a citrus flavor .Im not sure I taste it that way ! Thanks again !!
post #26 of 31
get mine at mary carter in memphis. www.bakinstuf.com
post #27 of 31
lutie, I'm on my way to the kitchen. This sounds amazing.
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post #28 of 31
If Creme Bouquet has a citrus/vanilla flavoring how does it compare to Fiori Di Sicilia?
post #29 of 31

Lutie, I don't know when you posted about looking for Wedding Bouquet Flavor but you can get it from B&B Cake Supplies in Louisiana. Look online.

post #30 of 31

I use only Wedding Bouquet and I use about 2 teaspoons per pound of confectioners sugar in each recipe. I also use 2-3 teaspoons in a white Duncan Hines cake mix.

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