Whipped Cream Filling

Decorating By amybaez86 Updated 20 Aug 2019 , 4:42pm by -K8memphis

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amybaez86 Posted 19 Aug 2019 , 8:41pm
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Hello all!

I have a silly question, is it possible to use a whipped cream filling for a 3 layer cake? Wouldn't it "melt"? (I don't think melt is the correct word to use. It just seems this filling is too light and would just get a absorbed between the layers)

Any help is appreciated 


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kakeladi Posted 20 Aug 2019 , 2:39am
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I’ve never used it for filling but a sub that would work is pastry pride or Rich’s Bettercreme 

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-K8memphis Posted 20 Aug 2019 , 4:42pm
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I use it often but it has to be kept well refrigerated and it has to made correctly or it will "weep" -- 

to make it correctly: y'know how cream will make butter if it is whipped too long, right? well whip it till just before it turns to cream and you'll be perfect -- you could even get an extra carton to practice with -- you start out whipping on a lower speed for a couple minutes then repeat three or four times until you have it going full bore so all the cream gets incorporated -- if you start at full speed it can leave a little unwhipped in the bottom of the mixer --

but it must be kept cold for safety 

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