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LOOKING for: Recipe for Chocolatey 'Type' Ganache

Posted by velamina (My Page) on
Wed, Dec 15, 10 at 8:43

I think what I really need is a good chocolate glaze, but I'm wondering if there might be a chocolate ganache out there that sets. I have a request for cupcakes that are going to be schlepped.

I'm trying to replicate the Boston Cream Cupcake, and I know that where they are going there will be no refrigerator space; hence the need for the non-dairy pastry cream as well.

I looked at Alton Brown's Chocolate Glaze for Doughnuts but since I haven't tried it maybe someone else might have a better suggestion?

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RE: LOOKING for: Recipe for Chocolatey 'Type' Ganache

I don't know if this will help you or not, but my daughter, who is a wilton method instructor, takes canned frosting, melts it in the microwave and pours it on the cake.

RE: LOOKING for: Recipe for Chocolatey 'Type' Ganache

Frances that sounds like a great idea., and I think it would dry a bit so that it's not that messy. Thank you.

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