Fudge Icing

Baking By chocomama Updated 5 Nov 2007 , 2:55am by PiggyPoo

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chocomama Posted 30 Oct 2007 , 4:42am
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My daughter and I went to a birthday party last weekend and the cake was beautiful. It was Halloween themed and covered in a really yummy, fudgy icing that was also quite thick. And it was SO smooth. It was supposed to be a takeoff on The Cheesecake Factory's Blackout Cake, for those who are familiar. I'm wondering if it's some sort of ganache b/c it was so flawless I thought it was fondant when I first saw it. Any ideas? I'd really love to make something like this.

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sweetcakes Posted 5 Nov 2007 , 2:51am
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if it came from a bakery it was probably a commercial icing. the bakery i work at uses one from Dawn Foods, and i could eat it by the plate full it is yummy. dark and thick.

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PiggyPoo Posted 5 Nov 2007 , 2:55am
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Nope, it was made by scratch. Everything in this bakery is made by scratch, except the fillings. Those were in the buckets. The fudge icing, the buttercream, the german chocolate icing..everything..was scratch.

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