Help In Need Of An Excellent Stabilized Whipped Cream Frosting.

Decorating By Pudgey Updated 16 Oct 2014 , 6:08pm by Lfredden

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Pudgey Posted 15 Oct 2014 , 8:49pm
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AHello to all I'm in desperate need of a good tasting stabilized whipped cream frosting that is also good with decorating and can be left out at least one to two hours.

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-K8memphis Posted 16 Oct 2014 , 5:55pm
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to me whipped cream is whipped cream -- it can safely be out of temperature for an accumulated total of 4 hours* -- i used to add piping gel** to all my whipped cream to stabilize it till a bunch of pastry chef friends convinced me that it was unneccessary -- i mean if you beat cream too long you get butter right -- so if you beat it till just before it's butter it's as stable as it's gonna get gelatin or not -- but regardless it's just like butter where it responds to air temps/humidity etc --


there's some non-dairy whipped topping products that i can't think of the name of 'bettercream' i think? if you have a store with a jewish section you can find it there -- that's where i've gotten mine -- i think bettercream can be left out -- pretty sure can't remember for sure --


*but if i was at an event where a whipped cream covered cake was left out for any length of time i would not eat it because it would make me question the safety practices


**has tons of gelatin in it

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-K8memphis Posted 16 Oct 2014 , 6:06pm
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and whipped cream sucks for decorating anything other than a big fluffy shell border

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Lfredden Posted 16 Oct 2014 , 6:08pm
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you can try googling:  Food Pusher Stabilized Whipped Cream.  Another frosting I like to use is the one Ree Drummond uses on her red velvet sheet cake.  I think it tastes a lot like whipped cream.

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