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A nice buttercream frosting. I used the salt to cut the sweetness and let it sit at room temperature for 1/2 hour to eliminate the slight graininess in texture. Thanks for posting.
I made this yesterday for my son's 4th birthday and it was great! Only giving it 4 starts because It retains a minor grainy texture from the powdered sugar, which only I noticed. It was very sweet, but that helped the cake because I had a tart raspberry filling.
Made exact. It turned out great! So yummy worked well on sugar cookies and cupcakes. Will use it again!
My family loves this buttercream icing and I find it very easy to work with. My mom is a chocoholic and so I make this chocolate by melting down semi-sweet chocolate chips and then mixing them in when they've cooled to room temp.
Really simple, good, icing recipe. I added kaluah and a bit of coco for a very nice mocha icing. Turned out nice and fluffy with the help of my kitchen aid.
Great flavor. Nice soft, silky texture. Thanks so much for sharing.
I used this for decorating my good friend's birthday cake this weekend, and it was just perfect.
Yum! I thought it was perfect just as written. I used all 3 tbs of milk.
Absolutely delicious frosting! I used it for chocolate cupcakes and every morsel of it was gobbled up...even the extra. Yummy!
Tasty, but grainy. Also a bit more translucent than I liked, but less milk would have meant that it wasn't quite spreadable. It is a LOT of sugar. I used it all because I needed to frost a layered cake inside and out, but if I was only frosting one cake, I would probably have used about 3 cups of powdered sugar.