Cookies and cream buttercream frosting is a classic combination that when used as a topping just can’t be beat! This delicious frosting recipe is made with your favorite chocolate cookies perfectly crushed to create a fluffy buttercream that goes great on layer cakes, cupcakes and yes—even cookies!
To store: Frosting should be stored in an airtight container in a refrigerator for 2 weeks and can be frozen for up to 6 weeks. Bring back to room temperature and re-whip before using. Frosted cakes should be stored at room temperature for two to three days.
Learn how to fix runny frosting with these buttercream frosting tips and tricks. We’ll help answer your common buttercream questions such as how to fix grainy buttercream frosting and how to make frosting thicker for piping.
Wondering how to take your cake to the next level? Up your frosting intensity with flavor! From traditional vanilla extract to gin or whiskey, this list of buttercream flavor add-ins makes it easy and fun to experiment in the kitchen.