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post #16 of 32

I used my Smuckers today....YUM. I also found some raspberry chocolate chips at my cake store and put them in a chocolate WASC.

post #17 of 32

Raspberry chocolate chips??????????  Woah! Never heard of it.   Sounds amazing!

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post #18 of 32

Me either...Must not have been a big seller because they were on clearance. They are amazing in chocolate cake.

post #19 of 32

What did you try from Smuckers, was it Jam or preserves. I cant seem to find seedless preserves

post #20 of 32

I think at Christmas time I saw cherry chocolate chips.   I wish I would've bought some to try.   Maybe they will be back in December.

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post #21 of 32

Thanks,I will try it soon.

post #22 of 32

Do you think you can make a ganache from hersheys kissis?

post #23 of 32
Sure you can. I've bought milk chocolate chips instead of the semi sweet you just have to figure out h you just have to figure out how many kisses it takes to make a batch.
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post #24 of 32

love kisses,will have to try that too

post #25 of 32
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Originally Posted by janetbakes View Post

What did you try from Smuckers, was it Jam or preserves. I cant seem to find seedless preserves

 

When I read your question I had to look in the fridge at mine. It's the yellow banner on the front "SEEDLESS" that I buy, and you're right it says Jam. Perhaps BatterUpCake found something different in her store.

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post #26 of 32

No, I said Jam.

post #27 of 32
The cake boss recipe, have you tried it without the liqueur, I need the for a child's burthday party and can't do that!! Lol!
post #28 of 32

How much buttercream would you add to the jam to fill a cake. Would you mix it half and half?

post #29 of 32
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Originally Posted by ttaunt View Post

How much buttercream would you add to the jam to fill a cake. Would you mix it half and half?

In the Roland Winbeckler's French Vanilla cake recipe theres a buttercream recipe. He says to add 1/3 of raspberry jam to 2/3 buttercream

post #30 of 32

Sorry I see that doesn't read right. What I mean is 1 part jam to 2 parts buttercream

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