Raspberry Puree

by Carey Agena
(Rapid City, SD)

I am taking the Wilton cake decorating class and after finding your website decided when I make my cake for next Saturday's class I am going to go home made! I would like to try the white cake with the Raspberry white chocolate cheesecake filling, so my question is can you buy Raspberry puree somewhere? I don't have a food processor so I am not sure if I can make it myself? And then follow up question would be how do you make it? Or could you use seedless raspberry jam instead? Also, I want to make the cakes in advance of the class because I am a busy mom! Can I wrap and freeze with the filling already in it, or is it better to do the individual layers? Then put it together the day of the class (if I have time!! ugh*) Then along the same lines, can I do the crumb coat before freezing? Your site is great, thanks for the inspiration!

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Sep 05, 2009
by: Anonymous

I am not sure if puree is avaliable, but thaw frozed berries then puree them. Seedless jam is a great idea. I used jam for one of my wilton class cakes. I found the cake absorbed the jam. I think I would put a thin layer of frosting down first or mix a little rosting in with the jam. Not sure about freezing with filling. You flavor mix sounds yummy.

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