Butter Ganache

Butter Ganache

Description: The easiest ganache you'll ever make and will just pour straight from your bowl into your Frost Form! Way less temperamental than traditional ganache and tastes like fudge, Yum!
Butter (Can be salted or unsalted. Must be Real Block Butter)
Chocolate (Use Couverture Chocolate for best results. If you using chocolate bars make sure to break/chop it up )
1. Melt butter in Microwave or on a double boiler until liquid.
2. Pour butter over chocolate and leave to sit for 2-5 minutes.
3. Stir to combine.
4. If needed, continue to warm in microwave or double boiler being sure not to overheat it. If you are using a double boiler use a low-medium setting and only leave on for 1 minute at a time stirring constantly. If you are using a microwave use a medium heat in 10/15 second intervals, stirring well in between.
5. Colour using oil based products only.
Storage: It is best to make your Butter ganache up fresh as reheating can be temperamental. But you can cover it well and store in the fridge for a week or in freezer for approx two months
Sizing Guide: This recipe is enough to fill a Frost Form with a cake inside up to a 7" High Cake. If you want a different height then divide the ingredients by 7 and multiply by the height you want. For example if your cake is 5" high you would divide the ingredients by 7 and multiply by 5.


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Can i use homecook wonderbar white chocolate for butter ganache

Yvonne Kennedy

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