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    Tried this old recipe for son's birthday. Came from my Mom's recipe file ,have no idea where it came from. It looks, tastes, and spreads like a boiled icing but never fails.

    Recipe #100196

    Made in a coffee mug that you cook in the microwave! I got this from my nextdoor neighboor who found it on an internet forward. its delicous! It can be a little dry, try topping or swirling with chocolate syrup?

    Recipe #325674

    This is so, well, smooth and creamy! The recipe is passed down from my mother-in-law. I've seen similar recipes, but none this simple, fast and tasty. It's good on just about everything, but not suitable for decorating. It's just very spreadable. We particularly love it on a refrigerated Jell-o cake during the summer. Also, any flavor of instant pudding is a hit with this one! Our favorites are vanilla, lemon and chocolate. Covers the *top* of a 9x13 cake very well.

    Recipe #122146

    This is a quick tip I found in my many cut out recipes stashed in a box. Posting here to remember and save. Enjoy Shirl.

    Recipe #234078

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    Recipe #10045

    It is a versatile frosting without the to-sweet flavor. Works well for decorating and piping. Also a good cake filling. On top of all that, it's super simple. Great for ice cream cakes. More stable that plain whipped cream frosting.

    Recipe #308044

    I always use this when I decorate cakes and I get many, many compliments on the wonderful taste. It is not that usual shortening-and-sugar-bakery-icing taste. If I am not using it to decorate a cake with, I use my all butter variation: Recipe #261024.

    Recipe #95416

    This is similar to bakery frosting and so much better than any canned! --- for extra fluffy frosting use heavy cream and make certain to beat for at least 3-5 minutes and remember to sift the confectioners sugar before using. For flavor and color you can add 1-2 envelopes 3-grams each, Duncan Hines Frosting Creations Flavor Mix, any flavor desired.

    Recipe #80118

    My mother's 7 minute frosting recipe is foolproof, easy...looks and tastes delicious.

    Recipe #107841

    This one is so delicious and easy, you'll never use store bought again. Use fresh squeezed lemon juice if you have it; if not, the stuff in the container will do just fine. I've adapted this from the original recipe that came from the 1950 Betty Crocker's Picture Cook Book. It was the very first "big red cookbook" as they are known now. I use this to make my friend GailAnn's recipe #419104

    Recipe #429423

    I got this recipe from a cake site and can't stop making it. It is the best buttercream recipe that I have found. I modified my recipe to include Almond Extract, but you can use just about any extract. I've done clear vanilla and raspberry with rave reviews. I use this recipe for all my cakes and cupcakes. It colors nicely. If you want a stiffer buttercream for roses and such, omit or add very little milk. If you want a thinner buttercream, add more than 6 tbs of milk.

    Recipe #293896

    7 Reviews |  By cat

    Homemade frosting for cakes. Yellow is the best.

    Recipe #9831

    I knew this recipe wouldn't be here at Zaar because it's very very old. It came from my ex-boyfriend's Aunt Suzie. She was different from the rest of the family (she a Baptist, they were Catholic) which made her the black sheep. She and I got along like peas and carrots. I commented that I loved to cook and she gave me this recipe. It was her husband's grandmother's recipe. She said it was his favorite.

    Recipe #159419

    This is my favourite cream filling to use in chocolate cupcakes. Just fill in a pastry bag and pipe it into the cupcakes from the top, when they are cooled. Frost cupcakes as usual or just dig in!

    Recipe #410143

    Found on the back of a package of Domino's confectioners' sugar. Placed here for safekeeping!

    Recipe #273928

    This is an amazing fluffy, delicious frosting. It pipes out beautifully, and holds it's shape. The flavor tastes like marshmallow whipped cream. Be sure to whip the hot sugar syrup with the egg whites for a considerable amount of time, about 8-10 minutes (on a Kitchenaid stand mixer) for the best results. I'm sure this would be excellent on any flavor of cake, but it is fabulous on chocolate cake and probably be great on red velvet.

    Recipe #447874

    This is a favorite of my family's (especially my 16 year old--the only frosting she will ever make). It is in response to a request on the boards. If you are planning to use this on a chocolate cake, clear vanilla will produce a stark white frosting that contrasts beautifully with the chocolate. This is a light, fluffy frosting and doesn't over-power the flavor of any cake that you choose to top with it. My daughters also like to spread it on graham crackers for 'graham cracker sandwiches'.

    Recipe #55965

    Vanilla pastry cream can be used in profiteroles, or cream puffs, Napoleons, eclairs, tarts, and Genoise cake. The use of crème patisserie is limited only by your imagination; grace a simple or an elaborate French dessert recipe with it. The results will be equally delicious. I made this creme patisserie for some profiteroles I made and it was great:-) sweet, smooth and perfect consistency for use with pastry. I think next time I will substitute the vanilla essence for real bean extract tho for a little more flavour but it still tasted great. I will never buy custard again after making this.

    Recipe #505229

    I LOVE whipped cream frosting, but it often falls flat and turns runny! this is my solution for stabilized whip cream frosting with lots of different flavor options!!

    Recipe #347401

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