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post #121 of 6398
Amazing flavor combinations! Thankyou everyone for the inspiration. I've been getting really sick of the same old chocolate and vanilla my family requests.
MacsMom if it's ok to ask would you be willing to share how you make the orange dreamsicle cake. It sounds so good! Thankyou.
post #122 of 6398
I just wanted to say that you all are amazing and very inspirational!
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post #123 of 6398
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macsmom you are truly amazing.........................everyone adored your tiramisu version!


Yeah a flavor I truly love!!!!


Do you use the mascarpone cheese stright from the tub or do you strain it first?

if you have a specific recipe I would love to have it....



Mascarpone Filling
1 c mascarpone cheese (from tub)     
1/4 c sweetened condensed milk
3 tablespoons Kahlua (or coffee extract)     
2 c whipped Frostin Pride

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post #124 of 6398
WOW ! All amazing ideas!
I'm embarassed to say all I ever do is white cake with buttercream filling.
Not anymore!
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post #125 of 6398
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Ack!! I forgot! Okay, I'll dream one up in a bit...



Oh my goodness, I didn't mean to put you on the spot. Whenever- if ever, you get the time I would really appreciate it..or should I say my hubby would really appreciate it icon_razz.gif !



Well, I've looked at recipes for honey cake and I think it would work just fine to use yellow cake mix with the only change in the WASC recipe being to substitute 1 c of the sugar for 1 c honey. Use butter extract and vanilla extract, and perhaps add mini-chocolate chips. (Or maybe a milk chocolate cake with honey! icon_surprised.gif )

The filling would be something like Bettercreme or Truffle filling with crushed up honeycomb mixed in. Like Cadbury's "Crunchie" bar.
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post #126 of 6398
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Amazing flavor combinations! Thankyou everyone for the inspiration. I've been getting really sick of the same old chocolate and vanilla my family requests.
MacsMom if it's ok to ask would you be willing to share how you make the orange dreamsicle cake. It sounds so good! Thankyou.



It's my favorite cake!

Orange Dreamsicle
1 box white cake mix         
2 c melted orange sherbet
1 c flour
1 c sugar            
2 Yoplait orange creamsicle yogurt   
1 pkg vanilla pudding   
3 eggs
2 T oil
2 t orange extract

I just read a recipe from Lindy Smith where she makes an orange cake and marbles it with melted chocolate - a new twist instead of adding mini-chocolate chips to cake batter! I want to try that for my next experiment. Perhaps with the honeycomb cake.

I have the recipe for homemade honeycomb, but don't have time to copy it down just now...
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post #127 of 6398
Macsmom,

I just wanted to say thank you for sharing all these great ideas. You are a very generous person to share your ideas and inspiration with us.
post #128 of 6398
WOW! I've been reading for 20 minutes now, and I can't wait to try some of these flavors!!!!!!!
I agree, MacsMom ~ YOU ROCK!!!!!!!!!!
Thanks for the list; and thanks to everyone who posted a new flavor or recipe!!!!! I, too, was getting tired of the same old cakes..................now I can't wait!!!!!!!!!
But I REALLY need to go to bed!!!!!!!!

Thanks guys!!!!!!!
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post #129 of 6398
Macs Mom thanks for the dreamcicle cake recipe. I made it today and iced it with Rich's Bettercream and everyone loved it. It was the perfect dessert for a Sunday afternoon lunch. Thanks again.
post #130 of 6398
MacsMom..do you think the recipes that you mix with Frostin' Pride would work with simple Buttercream?
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post #131 of 6398
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MacsMom..do you think the recipes that you mix with Frostin' Pride would work with simple Buttercream?



Well, I wouldn't add pudding to buttercream, but you could use Cool Whip. It just has to stay refrigerated until a of couple hours before the party if you are using fondant (so the condensation can dry), and then put the leftovers back in the fridge ASAP.

But you can certainly flavor your BC with everything else except the pudding icon_smile.gif Have you checked out all of the flavors of LoRann oils yet? The cheesecake flavor works well in BC, especially if there is salt in your recipe (to dampen the sweetness).
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post #132 of 6398
No, I haven't tried LorAnns oils, tho i keep seeing great reviews everywhere, so its something I will definitely be looking into.

Thanks for the suggestions!
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post #133 of 6398
And it doesn't take much of the oils. I usually mix in to the amount I'll be using for the filling & it really only takes a few drops.
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post #134 of 6398
WOW! Loving this thread! Exactly what I was looking for to fill a cake for a friends bachelorette party! What do you use for marshmallow filling? Marshmallow creme?

Thanks!
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post #135 of 6398
Yep! Marshmallow creme from a jar icon_smile.gif
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