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macsmom: I went to that thread you told me about and I guess I need more clarification. I went into the forum, recipes, tip and tricks and the first sticky. I found a listing for the banana filling, but no recipe. Where is the recipe portion of that? Thanks again. I know I must be missing something. thanks.
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Originally Posted by jules5000

macsmom: I went to that thread you told me about and I guess I need more clarification. I went into the forum, recipes, tip and tricks and the first sticky. I found a listing for the banana filling, but no recipe. Where is the recipe portion of that? Thanks again. I know I must be missing something. thanks.



Jules, here are the two banana fillings from the list:

Banana Cream Filling - submitted by pinkbox
(from http://www.fromkarenskitchen.com/recipes/cake/index.php )
1 cup milk
1/2 cup granulated sugar
3 tablespoons all-purpose flour or cornstarch
1/8 teaspoon salt
2 egg yolks, slightly beaten
1 large banana, mashed
2 tablespoons lemon juice
*In a pan, heat milk until very hot but not boiling. In a bowl, mix the sugar, flour, and salt. Stir in the milk; beat until well blended. Pour back into the pan and continue stirring vigorously over low heat for 4 to 5 minutes, until very thick and smooth. Add egg yolks and cook for a few more minutes. Cool. Beat mashed bananas until smooth, add lemon juice and stir into the cooled filling.

Banana Custard Filling - submitted by pinkbox
2 1/2 cups granulated sugar
1/2 cup all-purpose flour
1/4 cup cornstarch
7 cups milk
4 egg yolks beaten
1/4 cup butter or margarine, room temperature
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
9 medium bananas, mashed
*Combine sugar, flour, and cornstarch. Mix well, and set aside. Pour milk into a large sauce pan, cook over medium heat until candy thermometer reaches 160°F (71°C). Gradually stir one fourth of the hot milk into yolks. Stir in dry ingredients, and add remaining hot milk. Cook, stirring constantly, until mixture thickens and coats the spoon. Remove from heat and stir in butter, vanilla. and bananas. Let cool to room temperature.
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I'm not sure anyone can answer me in time--I'm always putting things off to the last possible moment.

But, I want to make white chocolate cake (actually, I'm doing a checkerboard cake for a race car part). On the document is a white chocolate raspberry. Obviously, I don't want raspberry. Can't find white chocolate yogurt--any suggestions on how to do the substitution?
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Thank you Bobwonderbuns: I appreciate that. However, for future use could you tell me how to find these or others like them again. I might not be so lucky that you would be on and I would be in a pickle. Thank you very much. I know that I had seen the variations and recipes on the cakes that macsmom makes up, but I don't recall how I got there and I don't recall this last time seeing the fillings and icings, but I had seen them once when I went to look. It kind of makes you think you are going crazy. kind of like when we are all trying to find a certain cake and no one can find it. Thank you again
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Originally Posted by jules5000

Thank you Bobwonderbuns: I appreciate that. However, for future use could you tell me how to find these or others like them again. I might not be so lucky that you would be on and I would be in a pickle. Thank you very much. I know that I had seen the variations and recipes on the cakes that macsmom makes up, but I don't recall how I got there and I don't recall this last time seeing the fillings and icings, but I had seen them once when I went to look. It kind of makes you think you are going crazy. kind of like when we are all trying to find a certain cake and no one can find it. Thank you again


Jules, here is the recipe link. The fillings are towards the bottom of the page. https://docs.google.com/Doc?id=df4f9hbq_46cs9f28fs
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mmich: I have seen so many people on here that use lorann candy flavorings. Why couldn't you try to take some vanilla yogurt and add some White Chocolate flavoring for it? I don't honestly know myself if there is such a thing, but as many flavors as she has I imagine that there is and if not maybe you could see if you could mix white chocolate pudding with white chocolate yogurt? I think there is a white chocolate pudding out there. I think that Jello makes it. just a couple of ideas. Maybe there will be some that can tell you a better way to do this.
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I would just use vanilla yogurt. The yogurt doesn't add a whole lot of flavor like the other flavors do.
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The recipe on the doc calls for both 1 package of white chocolate pudding and 2 cups white chocolate raspberry yogurt. Not wanting the raspberry flavoring is my issue.

I'm not a natural cook--must have a recipe--so I'm not sure how to sub the liquid.

Adding white chocolate flavoring to regular yogurt might be an idea... Not sure if Ican find any. Or if I could/should just add more white chocolate syrup and cut back on the yogurt? Or leave the same?

I'm so not a cook in that context.
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Originally Posted by GrandmaG

I would just use vanilla yogurt. The yogurt doesn't add a whole lot of flavor like the other flavors do.



Thanks! Would you add any extra white chocolate flavoring at all? Or just leave it be.
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Originally Posted by jules5000

Thank you Bobwonderbuns: I appreciate that. However, for future use could you tell me how to find these or others like them again. I might not be so lucky that you would be on and I would be in a pickle. Thank you very much. I know that I had seen the variations and recipes on the cakes that macsmom makes up, but I don't recall how I got there and I don't recall this last time seeing the fillings and icings, but I had seen them once when I went to look. It kind of makes you think you are going crazy. kind of like when we are all trying to find a certain cake and no one can find it. Thank you again



Just look in the info in my signature. Go to Forums, then Recipe Tips and Ideas and it's the first sticky called "The Recipe Links Are Here." Find the updated page (in my signature) and click on Help Gourmet Flavors (or whatever thread you are looking for) -- there is a link to both the Gourmet Flavors thread proper and the google doc for that thread. If you are looking for the recipes, go to the google doc and scroll down -- they listed the cakes first, then the icings then the fillings. I have nothing to do with HOW these google docs are set up -- you would have to talk to MacsMom or whoever did that google doc and address your concerns there. I merely put them all in one place. Hope that helps. icon_smile.gif
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I tried to write earlier, but my computer is going on and off of working correctlyand it is driving me nuts. I looked through the whole list that Bobwonderbuns sent me the site for and it is awesome. I have a few questions about several of them, but I am only going to address one right now. I noticed that there were several that called for coffee creamer. I also noticed that there already seemed like quite a few liquids to the recipes and wondered if that was a dry creamer or the liquid? I don't drink coffee and my husband drinks his black. Thanks for any help.
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Macsmom: I am making the white chocolate truffle and raspberry fillings this week. The recipes give the ingrediants but not directions on how to properly make them. Could you please post directions? Thank you
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I would love those too, as well as spicygirl. They sound wonderful. Thanks.
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Has anybody tried making cupcakes with Macsmom's Strawberry or Red Velvet recipes? Any tips/feedback? I just now read that Macsmom wasn't crazy about the strawberry recipe in the google doc icon_sad.gif , but I need to make these today, so I don't have time to go search for the elusive strawberry cake mix, which is what she most recently suggested using (instead of the strawberry dacquiri mix). Thanks, everyone!!
P.S. I hope this makes sense...I'm running on less than an hour of sleep icon_rolleyes.gif
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I've made the Red Velvet recipe and it's now one of my most requested flavors! icon_biggrin.gif
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