Does any one know a whipped icing recipe like the kind Bakeries use. I'm a beginner and I've learned Buttercream, but it's too rich. I prefer whipped.
Hi and Welcome to CC, Ang1975.
Decoding CC acronyms:
Most commercial bakeries used either Rich's Bettercreme or Pastry Pride for their whipped icing.
Unfortunately, there is no way to duplicate this recipe at home. But you can purchase one or the other of these products either locally or online.
Everything you ever wanted to know about Rich's Bettercreme and Pastry Pride:
Decorating with Pastry Pride (Rich's Bettercreme):
Rich's Bettercreme Handling Info:
Rich's Bettercreme Decorating Cake Pro Newsletter:
Melvira's Bettercreme fun thread:
Thread on whipped icings YOU CAN make at home:
Wilton also sells packages of "whipped icing" but it doesn't make much (4 cups) and can get rather pricey if frosting a large cake: