Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins
A great alternative to powdered sugar for frosting, baking, etc.
- Combine all ingredients in food processor or blender.
- Whip until well blended and powdered.
I imagine this is great IN a recipe. As for frosting I'm going to have to say, no. I added some vanilla, some more splenda, and yes, even a little butter; but the powered milk flavor kept persisting. I realize this recipe isn't titled "sugar free frosting" which is why I'm not rating, just commenting. Thanks.
I used this in a Peanut Butter Pie that I made and it turned out great. I used sweet and low for my sugar substitute just because it was cheaper. It only had a slight trace of aftertaste. I might try Splenda next time. Thanks Carrie for give use this great recipe.
This is NOT Sugar Free. Non-fat dry milk powder has 35 grams of sugar per serving! Read your nutritional labels, they're there for a reason.