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REC: No Refrig. Cream Horn Filling

Last post Mar 29, 2014 12:11 AM by tawny77 . 19 replies.

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  • REC: No Refrig. Cream Horn Filling
    A long time ago, someone asked for a recipe for a filling that didn't require refrigeration. I knew I had copied such a recipe, but couldn't find it. I just found it and here it is, now if it would only warm up.LOL!

    I haven't tried this yet.

    Warm Weather Cream Horn Filling
    1 cup Crisco
    1 cup unsalted butter, softened
    4 cups confectioners' sugar
    4 tsp. vanilla extract
    12 Tbsp.(3/4 cup) marshmallow cream

    Cream Crisco and butter until fluffy. Gradually beat in confectioners' sugar. Add vanilla and marshmallow cream; beat well (until it looks like whipped cream.)

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  • RE: REC: No Refrig. Cream Horn Filling
    I don't know if I should thank you for this or not. lol

    I love Cream Horns and my waist likes them to stick around.

    Brenda :(
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  • RE: REC: No Refrig. Cream Horn Filling
    Does anyone have a recipe for the actual horns?

    Lisa
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  • RE: REC: No Refrig. Cream Horn Filling
    I don't have a recipe for the horns, but you could probably wrap puff pastry dough around a metal tube (horn) and bake it. Maybe brush butter or beaten egg on top and sprinkle with sugar.

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  • RE: REC: No Refrig. Cream Horn Filling
    You make the horns with the same recipe you use for cream puffs. I will try to locate the one our church uses. It's pretty good and not too tough. You then pipe the filling in the horns after they bake. Gosh..these are my favorite treats from our local bakery.

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  • RE: REC: No Refrig. Cream Horn Filling
    Cream Horns / Lady Locks
    Serves: 45

    1 cup real butter - softened
    1 1/2 cup shortening - divided
    3 1/3 cups all-purpose flour
    2 egg yolks - beaten
    2 tsp. granulated sugar
    1 1/4 cups water
    1 cup milk
    2 lbs. powdered sugar

    -Cream together butter and 1/2 cup shortening; set aside.
    -Combine 3 cups flour, egg yolks, granulated sugar, and water.
    -Roll dough out onto a lightly floured surface.
    -Spread 1/4 of the creamed mixture over dough; knead all together.
    -Refrigerate dough for 1 hour.
    -Repeat last 3 steps until creamed mixture is gone.
    -Roll out dough to 1/4" thick; cut into strips; wrap strips around metal Cream Horn forms.
    -Place dough (on forms) on a cookie sheet and bake in a 425 degree oven for 10 minutes.
    -Cool completely.
    -Bring milk and 1/3 cup flour to a boil, stirring constantly, then remove from heat.
    -Cool to room temperature.
    -Beat in 1 cup shortening and powdered sugar to milk/flour mixture.
    -Scoop icing into pastry bag and pipe into baked pastry shells

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  • RE: REC: No Refrig. Cream Horn Filling
    Wow, thanks for the quick responses!
    Cubbybear, I will try your recipe. Hey, Mom - I would love to have your recipe if you don't mind.

    Thanks!

    Lisa
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  • RE: REC: No Refrig. Cream Horn Filling
    Thank you for this recipe. It is exactly what I am looking for. I copied it and will try it soon.
    Sue
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  • RE: REC: No Refrig. Cream Horn Filling
    Lisa,
    ZeeRN posted this recipe on here last year and I used it for my niece's wedding reception. These are so much easier and absolutely delicious!
    Try them before you go to all the trouble of making your own dough. I don't think you will be sorry!

    Nancy

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    Pastry:

    1 box Pepperidge Farm puff pastry sheets

    Filling:

    1 cup sugar
    ½ cup Crisco
    ½ cup butter
    ½ cup milk
    3 TBL flour
    1 TBL vanilla
    1 tsp. lemon juice
    Powdered sugar

    Pastry: Thaw pastry sheets according to package directions. Cut sheets into 1 to 2-inch squares (depending on how big you want your cookies to be—I usually go with about 1-inch). Place on ungreased baking sheet 1 inch apart and bake at 350F until light brown (approximately 10 to 12 minutes). Cool on paper towels. (They will puff up quite high.)

    Filling: Beat filling ingredients at high speed until fluffy. Cut off the top (about one-half way) of each baked puff pastry square, apply filling and place top back on. Sprinkle with powdered sugar.

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    bump
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    bump for Lisa

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    Thanks!

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  • Re: REC: No Refrig. Cream Horn Filling

    Wow! Me Likie!

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    Bump to look at another time. Time 

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  • Re: REC: No Refrig. Cream Horn Filling

    chefly
    A long time ago, someone asked for a recipe for a filling that didn't require refrigeration. I knew I had copied such a recipe, but couldn't find it. I just found it and here it is, now if it would only warm up.LOL!

     

     

    I would think that having butter in the recipe it would need to be refrigerated.
    Of course if its eaten right away, then I guess not.

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