Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

Great sugar-free frosting for your baking needs. You can make it thin or thick depending upon how much milk you add.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Blend together skim milk, vanilla extract and Dream Whip (or sugar-free whipped topping mix).
  2. Beat until stiff.
  3. Add pudding mix and continue to beat until light and fluffy.
  4. Add more skim milk if too thick.


Most Helpful

WOW, Incredible. What an easy, delicious frosting. It took less than 10 minutes to make this. You would need to double the recipe for a 2-layer cake. I love the fact that it is so easy, and lower in calories than most frostings. Thanks for a winner, CookbookCarrie.

BeachGirl April 12, 2003

This is SO good. Even when you mess it up! I didn't read the instructions all the way through and started off by dumping the Dream Whip AND the pudding mix into the bowl. That was when I realized my mistake. Too late to do anything about it, I just dumped in the vanilla and started beating it. I didn't measure the milk, I just added a bit at a time until it got to a spreadable consistency. The flavour was so great! And next time, I plan on making it the RIGHT way! ;) I made this to put on top of Recipe #25340. It was such a nice topping. Thanks for posting this!

Saturn April 09, 2007

One of the traditions in my office is to bake a cake for every birthday. One co-worker is pre-diabetic so I went searching for an option that would support her new low-sugar lifestyle. Used this frosting on Derf's Chocolate sponge cake (Chocolate sponge cake) and it was a wonderful treat we all enjoyed. I used white chocolate pudding in mine and found I needed about 3/4 cup skim milk whipped 2 minutes to make this into a fluffy frosting. With just 1/4 cup, the consistency was too thick and the blend had a strong chemical taste. I liked this so much, it may be come my regular frosting for all office cakes. Thanks.

justcallmetoni September 19, 2006

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