Need Help Asap!!! Question About Filling??

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staceydayday Posted 4 Oct 2008 , 11:42pm
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I am making a vanilla cake with cookies and cream filling (heavy cream, sugar, oreos and vanilla) and Im worried about how long I can let it sit out while Im decorating... Its going into a 12 x 18 sheet cake which I'll be decorating the top of but Im scared to death its going to stay out too long while Im decorating and turn to liquid or get someone sick!!! HELP!!!

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tchrmom Posted 4 Oct 2008 , 11:53pm
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I've never used that, but I doubt you will make anyone sick. The worst that will happen is that the cream will sour and taste bad, and with all that sugar, I'll bet you are safe for a pretty long time. Sour milk won't hurt you-- just tastes gross.

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Janette Posted 4 Oct 2008 , 11:54pm
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You shouldn't have a problem

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Deb_ Posted 5 Oct 2008 , 12:17am
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Are you making a Cookies and Cream Butter cream filling? (if so it will be fine unrefrigerated) or
Are you just whipping the cream and folding in the cookies? (this version may become liquidy (is that a word icon_confused.gif )if left unrefrigerated)

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Momkiksbutt Posted 5 Oct 2008 , 12:37am
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Well I would recommend you do use this recipe for that filling. It's mine, and it's going to be alot more stable for a longer time, and it's going to taste like the real thing. And you should be just fine time wise too.

Lisa's Super Stable Whipped Cream

1 Cup Heavy Whipping Cream
1/3 Cup Sugar
1/3 Cup powdered coffee creamer(only carnation no off brands)
1 tablespoon clear vanilla extract

Mix the sugar and creamer together. Set aside. Whip the cream and vanilla together until partly thickened and then slowly pour in the sugar/creamer mixture. Beat until desired thickness.

At this point you may stir in any other ingredients you prefer, by hand being careful not to over stir.

This filling or icing will stand up and remain stable for twice the life of regular whipped cream. It also does not separate like normal whipped cream.

Hope this helps! Good luck to you!

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Janette Posted 5 Oct 2008 , 10:20pm
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Thanks Lisa,

That sounds like a great recipe

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tonedna Posted 5 Oct 2008 , 10:37pm
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Bettercream is very stable and can stay out longer time than whipped cream since is a non dairy product.
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Jopalis Posted 5 Oct 2008 , 10:47pm
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I buy Pastry Pride at Smart & Final. Itl's in the freezer section. Comes in chocolate too. Couldn't stay out indefinitely but far longer than dairy. It's what bakeries use.

I also like to use one of them many flavors of jello instant pudding with it instead of milk. For example, I love the white chocolate pudding one with it. First gently whisk the cream or PP with the pudding... then whip it. It thickens quickly so it's better to mix them together first or may not blend entirely.

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tonedna Posted 5 Oct 2008 , 10:49pm
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Yeah..Pastry Pride is almost the same as bettercream!

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Confectionary2 Posted 5 Oct 2008 , 11:08pm
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Thanks so much for sharing that recipe!!! I have wondered for long time how to stabilize fresh cream....


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Momkiksbutt Posted 7 Oct 2008 , 6:32am
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Anytime!! And fresh beats fake anyday of the week!! LOL Just to give you some "proof" example, I made a small batch of fresh cream this way for a family dinner and I put a little in a container in the fridge(covered of course) just to "test" my theory. I kept it more than 7 days in the fridge and it never separated and it was fluffy. I wouldn't eat it probably after that long, but it stayed together great! The portion I used was for a dinner that sat on the table for about 3 hours or so. It was solid, still fresh and very yummy all the way to the last bite.

I also use this recipe and add cocoa for a "mousse filling". I did that on my daughter's 16th birthday cake I have posted in my pics along with a "inside" shot of the cake. I recommend refridgerating the cake after the first day(after serving), but it held up fantastically!! My daughter was even taking some to school for friends a few days later and it was just as tasty and the kids devowered(is the right spellings) it!

Any other questions just ask!


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