Earlene's Cream Cheese Buttercream Icing Question

Decorating By shel35 Updated 22 Jul 2009 , 2:58pm by JanH

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shel35 Posted 29 Jun 2009 , 6:31pm
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I have several questions about this icing, I hope someone can help me. The wedding cake I am making needs to travel 2 hours, does this icing travel well? How long can it be left w/o refrigeration? Does it crust well and will I be able to smooth it out nicely? Thanks for any help. I am getting nervous this is my first wedding cake. Any other tips for this icing or red velvet cake are welcome.

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JanH Posted 22 Jul 2009 , 2:58pm
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Earlene's cream cheese frosting is shelf stable. icon_smile.gif

However, some members always chill their cakes as preparation for traveling. (Which is something I've not tried but will when I have the occasion to make another tiered cake.)

For safest assembly and transportion, the SPS system as explained by Leahs is very reliable:


For smoothing techniques, you can find several methods here:


Red Velvet cake scratch:



Doctored Red Velvet:
(I have used Blakescakes recipe successfully.)



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