What Do You Put In Between Layers??

Decorating By JPepper Updated 11 Apr 2013 , 5:32pm by kazita

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JPepper Posted 11 Apr 2013 , 4:50pm
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Hey there icon_biggrin.gif


Just looking for some ideas of different filling options for cakes. I'm looking for more simple ideas that have a longer shelf life as I am only a hobby baker. I currently use the standard buttercream, puddings, jams etc.


Also, I'm wondering for those who use pudding as a filling do you just tell people that it is pudding or do you have another name you use? I'm thinking there's got to be a 'fancier' name for it rather than telling my friends/family that I just put something as simple as pudding inside!  LOL!


Thanks so much in advance icon_smile.gif



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kazita Posted 11 Apr 2013 , 5:32pm
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AIn my chocolate cakes I put a nice thick dam than I actually buy hot fudge sundae topping made for ice cream. I first put a thick dam of buttercream I than take the metal lid off and place the topping in the microwave for 15 seconds to make it spreadable , I put a thin layer of the topping on and spread it out to all sides of the dam. Its very yummy and good being cold if you put your cake in the frig. HAPPY BAKING :grin:

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