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post #76 of 206
That cookie in the middle cake sounds and looks amazing! I can't wait to try it! Thanks so much for sharing! thumbs_up.gif
post #77 of 206
MissRobin.. Mel is our Queen of bettercreme we all learn all the secrets from her. Its all her fault we all love it so much !
post #78 of 206
icon_redface.gif I can't help it... the stuff is phenomenal. You can do anything with it. And you cannot do anything bad. Almost a guarantee, anything you do with it will knock your socks off!!
Melvira: Mistress of the dark... chocolate!

Well that's just great. Peanut butter in my crack.
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Melvira: Mistress of the dark... chocolate!

Well that's just great. Peanut butter in my crack.
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post #79 of 206
Yep, I added it as a simple decor on a marble cheesecake this weekend and Of course it was a hit !
post #80 of 206
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Originally Posted by fiddlesticks

MissRobin.. Mel is our Queen of bettercreme we all learn all the secrets from her. Its all her fault we all love it so much !



OK, you guys have really got my interest peaked, I am going to read up on the thread Mel gave me and soak it all in!! I think my local grocery store carries it, I am not sure if that is what it is, but it is in a quart container in the freezer section and says Rich's on it???
post #81 of 206
Its the pink and white carton ( 32 oz) and says Riches bettercreme ! Get the stuff you have to whip ! Not the prewhipped thats like cool whip, Its not as good !
post #82 of 206
Ok I just looked at mine it also says Vanilla non dairy icing/filling.
The one you dont want is the blue container, Well unless thats all they have and you want to try it but the vanilla pink and white carton is the best you mix it your self and before you mix it you can add any flavor syrups you want any hershey flavors are very good! Theres just so much you can do with it, and its fast and easy to use to!
post #83 of 206
This may be a stupid question, but can you cook your cookie in your cake pan, so it will be the same size as the cake? I know that you could probably just lay the pan over the cookie and cut it to size after the cookie has cooked, but I'm lazy& don't want to throw out cookie scraps. Most of my pans are magic line. Would this hurt the pan? Would the cookie bake right?
post #84 of 206
i bake cookies in my cake pans all the time. i actually have a cake pan that is made for large cookies (so i guess it's really a cookie pan icon_redface.gif )
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mother to alexander james and jonathan patrick born 09.14.05
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post #85 of 206
Oh heck yeah, you can bake your cookies in any cake pans! You can even do them in character pans if you want. thumbs_up.gif (Yes, buttercream decorated sugar cookie again. Mmmmmmm...)
Melvira: Mistress of the dark... chocolate!

Well that's just great. Peanut butter in my crack.
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Melvira: Mistress of the dark... chocolate!

Well that's just great. Peanut butter in my crack.
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post #86 of 206
I'm trying it out for my neighbor -- I'll be eating it Thursday night icon_biggrin.gif
(Chocolate cake with a sugar cookie. It's a surprise and I'm not sure if she likes peanut butter).

I bought oatmeal cookie mix to try in a butter pecan cake! (Sounded irresistable to me).

I'm going to bake my cookie in the cake pan with parchment, Pam, and Bake Even strips to help keep the sides soft.
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post #87 of 206
What a great idea....I wonder if there is a good mocha cookie recipe I can use with a mocha cake. I have to make a mocha cake as 1 tier on a wedding cake and she wants chocolate fudge buttercream on the whole cake and it overpowers every mocha cake recipe I have and maybe I could use the cookie idea to enhance the cake more....what do you guys think any ideas???

Thanks
post #88 of 206
What about adding mini-chocolate chips to a sugar cookie mix?

Ooooo, how about a sugar cookie with Kahlua mixed in...

Eh, well, I gave it a valiant effort icon_rolleyes.gif
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post #89 of 206
The possiblities seem endless!!!! I'm thinking choc. fudge cake with a peanut butter cookie, and chocolate icing, the top decorated with mini peanut butter cups...Happy Birthday to Me!!!!!!!!
post #90 of 206
Quote:
Originally Posted by fiddlesticks

Its the pink and white carton ( 32 oz) and says Riches bettercreme ! Get the stuff you have to whip ! Not the prewhipped thats like cool whip, Its not as good !



Oh Darn! The one that my store carries is a blue and white quart and it says, Rich's Coffee Rich Non Dairy Creamer. I read on the back of the carton it says you can substitute for heavy cream, 1/2 & 1/2 etc. I guess it won't work. Maybe I will ask the owner of the store if he can get it, they are pretty good about doing that.
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