Buttercream Frosting Recipe
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Like our vanilla frosting, this light and fluffy chocolate buttercream icing can be easily adapted for decorating or spreading. Perfect for spreading on top of cakes, cupcakes, cookies and other treats, this homemade chocolate frosting offers a sweet and delicious finish you’re going to love. Add more cocoa for a richer chocolatey flavor or use cold brewed coffee for an amazing mocha frosting that would be perfect on any chocolate cake. This easy chocolate frosting recipe can be prepared to a stiff, medium or thin consistency for all your decorating needs.
This tangy, sweet cream cheese frosting recipe is simple and delicious. Light and fluffy in texture but still firm enough to hold its shape, this homemade cream cheese frosting is all you need to take your red velvet cupcakes and freshly-baked carrot cakes to the next level. Best of all, you only need four ingredients to get started. A crowd-pleaser with kids and adults alike, this cream cheese frosting will add another layer of delicious flavor to your favorite cake recipes.
Finish off donuts, cinnamon rolls, cakes and more with a simple drizzle of this confectioners’ sugar glaze. Easy to make and adjust for consistency, this powdered sugar glaze gives your baked goods that little dash of sweetness for added flavor. Since this is a wet icing, this powdered sugar icing recipe does not dry hard, so take extra caution when packaging and transporting your treats.
Pipe buttercream roses, rosettes and other decorations using this hard-drying royal icing. Made using only three ingredients, this easy royal icing recipe is great for outlining and flooding sugar cookies, as well as piping festive holiday decorations on your gingerbread house. Because this royal icing dries hard, it’s not recommended for icing cakes and cupcakes, but it can be used to attach piped flowers and other decorations to your treats. You can even make royal icing decorations weeks in advance for even easier decorating. Though traditionally made with egg whites, you can make this royal icing recipe without eggs using Wilton Meringue Powder.