Making Shooters/parfaits In Advance.

Baking By chocolateplz Updated 23 Oct 2020 , 3:32pm by -K8memphis

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chocolateplz Posted 23 Oct 2020 , 4:19am
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I was wondering how far in advance you can make parfaits or shooters.  How long will they keep in the refrigerated before serving?
These would be for a wedding dessert table.  I'd like to use cake, pudding, and maybe berries.  I'd worry that the cake would get soggy.  I was thinking about using whipped cream, but I think pudding would hold up better.   If you couldn't tell, this will be the first time I'm doing this - it's for my son's wedding next spring.  Thank you!

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SandraSmiley Posted 23 Oct 2020 , 12:49pm
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I am very sorry, I am not familiar ith the type dessert about which you are asking.

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-K8memphis Posted 23 Oct 2020 , 3:30pm
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best suggestion I have is to make them and test it -- if whipped cream is whipped properly it will not wilt -- beat it until right before it turns to butter -- it's very stable

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-K8memphis Posted 23 Oct 2020 , 3:32pm
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start a new thread to reply if necessary ~

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