Frozen Transfers

Decorating By NewBake15 Updated 6 Jun 2016 , 9:03pm by kakeladi

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NewBake15 Posted 4 Jun 2016 , 6:42pm
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I am looking to do a frozen transfer for my daughter's birthday cake but she finds buttercream too sweet and don't like it.  Is there something else I can use instead of buttercream to do a frozen transfer/ decorate with?  Thank-you for your help!  

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ElizabethsCakeCreations Posted 4 Jun 2016 , 7:04pm
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Whipped topping?

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remnant3333 Posted 6 Jun 2016 , 4:10pm
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Try the flour type buttercream frosting to do the frozen buttercream transfer. The flour type frosting is not nearly as sweet and tastes more like whip cream. I have never tried it with that type of icing but feel it should work. If I am wrong, please someone correct me because I only do cakes for a hobby. Hopefully someone here will have better answers than me. You can do it!!! Good luck!!

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kakeladi Posted 6 Jun 2016 , 9:03pm
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If the overall icing of the cake is not b'cream  will the transfer be that much to upset her tastes?  How big is this transfer - will it take up the whole top of the cake?  How about scraping the transfer off before  giving her the piece?  

About the only

 things I can think of to do otherwise is make a drawing on wafer paper or print out  something on a sugar sheet.

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