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Topic: Crusting Traditional Cream Cheese Frosting that requires no refrigeration
sweetgrandma 10/06/2012 11:02 AM
I made the Traditional Cream Cheese Frosting recipe that I've posted before that doesn't need refrigeration and just realized it crusts! I didn't notice it before but it crusts like bwbc. Yay!
jonesjp1 10/06/2012 12:51 PM
Hi sweetgrandma would you please give me the recipe so that I can try it. The wedding is 11/3/2012 and I hope this will work for me. Thanks.
cakedujour 10/06/2012 2:42 PM
Traditional Cream Cheese Frosting/TraditionalCreamCheeseFrosting.aspx

This site has many recipes that do not require refrigeration. This link will take you right to the recipe that sweetgrandma mentions above.
cakedujour 10/06/2012 2:47 PM
Well, let's try that again. :-/

Traditional Cream Cheese Frosting
sweetgrandma 10/06/2012 7:34 PM
Thanks cdj!! That's the one!
LuvMySGT 10/22/2012 8:33 PM
Has anyone ever added coloring to this recipe?
emmer_d 10/24/2012 8:50 AM
Can I add a little cinnamon to this? If so, how much would you add? Thanks!! Emily
sweetgrandma 10/25/2012 4:19 PM
luvmysgt....(love your name) I don't know why you couldn't add coloring but remember the frosting isn't pure white so that might affect the color. And use the paste or dry colors to keep the frosting from getting too thin

emmer ...that sounds delicious!!

LuvMySGT 10/25/2012 8:56 PM
Thanks, sweetgrandma, for the advice and compliment. ;-) Im making some Halloween graveyard cupcakes (putting bones and tombstone candy on them) and wanted to do a spice cake. I figured using a cream cheese icing would taste better than a traditional buttercream.
parkerhouse 10/30/2012 7:07 PM
How much of this frosting would I need to fill/cover a double layer 8 in and a double layer 10 in.? Doing the Wilton layer cake class next week!
97 10/01/2015 3:34 PM
Hi, I'm reviving this post with apologies --I think it's called necroposting--because I really really really would like to know if someone would kindly share these recipes that used to be freely posted on that Texas Cottage Foods site, but now they want money for them. They used to be freely given, so someone has them, yes?

You don't have to post the recipes verbatim, but rather paraphrase them, as I understand from another popular site that it's okay to paraphrase.
Thanks you in advance for your patience as I (and perhaps many others) attempt to get this info.