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How to Make Mock Cream

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Hello, for my brother's birthday I want to replicate a cake we had as kids (bakery long gone now). The cake was decorated with a kind of stiff white peppermint cream which was piped on in large peaks, and then coated with a thin chocolate glaze. It uses a lot so it needs to be not too sickly - butter cream would be too much. Do you think this mock cream might be suitable for this? It looks like it pipes extremely well - that is the second requirement.

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"Mock Cream is a popular alternative to real cream.. It is sweet, thick and delicious and is perfect for icing birthday cakes.Β  It is easy…"

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2 months ago
It might be italian meringue?

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2 months ago
Thanks for your suggestion - have just googled that and it does look like the texture I'm after. I'm going to have a crack at it, in fact I'm just going to keep making different types of icing until I find "the one". First I'm off to buy some larger size jeans :-)))

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2 months ago
I read that as "how to make cock cream" 🀣🀣🀣 early I need me eyes checked

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2 months ago
Please start a new thread on how to make a cock cream by all means!!

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2 months ago
Bahahahaha!!!

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2 months ago
I can't imagine mock cream standing up to a chocolate glaze over the top

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2 months ago
oh no, that's a shame, the picture of the piped cupcake was looking very promising. I have no clue what the bakery could have used, don't know what to google next!! Thanks for your answer.