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post #31 of 171
Yes! IndyDebi's buttercream is super yummy! People are always asking for the recipe!
post #32 of 171
crisco is trans fat free but most store brands are not
post #33 of 171
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I have never heard of dream whip before, where is it usually located in the store? baking isle?
post #34 of 171
Dream whip is made by Kraft, I believe, and is a powdered whipped topping. Check near the jello powders.

http://www.kraftcanada.com/en/Products/D-F/DreamWhip.aspx
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post #35 of 171
check with the pudding mixes and jello mixes
post #36 of 171
Oops. Sorry about that. I meant to say that Crisco IS (now) transfat free. icon_biggrin.gif
post #37 of 171
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Originally Posted by CarrieBear

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I have never heard of dream whip before, where is it usually located in the store? baking isle?



Walmart, aisle 8, top shelf, above the marshmellows, next to the jello.

It's a powdered whipped topping mix .... add milk, beat the tar out of it and it results in whipped cream.

But when you use it in this icing, just pour the powder straight from the packet ... don't make it into whipped cream first.
post #38 of 171
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Originally Posted by indydebi

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Originally Posted by CarrieBear

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I have never heard of dream whip before, where is it usually located in the store? baking isle?



Walmart, aisle 8, top shelf, above the marshmellows, next to the jello.

It's a powdered whipped topping mix .... add milk, beat the tar out of it and it results in whipped cream.

But when you use it in this icing, just pour the powder straight from the packet ... don't make it into whipped cream first.



thank you! thumbs_up.gif I'm slowly learning....
post #39 of 171
I am so excited! I never knew I could get dream whip in my local stores but I finally found it so I am loooking forward to making this recipe this week!!!! I am used to making Sugarshacks recipe up to this point so I was wondering, can I double this recipe by just doubling each ingredient so my mixer will be more full? I have become accustomed to making a very big batch and doing it less often. Thanks in advance and I will let you know my results!!!!!!!
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post #40 of 171
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Originally Posted by steffla

can I double this recipe by just doubling each ingredient so my mixer will be more full?


I make it using 7-12 lbs of sugar at a time, so yes, you can double, and double-double it.
post #41 of 171
Thanks Debi!!! I am so excited I wish I could make some right now!! You are so sweet to share this with everyone and I am sure I will love it! I am moviing to Las Vegas later this year so having a buttercream I know can stand the heat would be fabulous!
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post #42 of 171
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Originally Posted by pattycakesne

crisco is trans fat free but most store brands are not

western family and walmart brands that i've found are 0 transfat .. sad too *sigh*
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post #43 of 171
I gave this recipie to my friend she is making a wedding cake for her sisiter in law in June but we live in Palm Springs and it getts hot over here about 120 degree wether icon_cry.gif I told her to try it out first
thanks debi
post #44 of 171
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Originally Posted by steffla

You are so sweet to share this with everyone


I'm not kidding, I always swore this recipe would go to my grave with me! But CC is such a sharing site, I couldn't keep it under the covers anymore.
post #45 of 171
I have been using Wilton's recipe up until now as I am just starting out. I am going to try this recipe on cupcakes for the family tomorrow and then use it on a 1st communion cake I am doing for someone on Sat.....I have faith in it icon_smile.gif !
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