Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

This is one of my all time favorite frostings!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. In a large bowl, beat the butter and confectioners sugar at low speed until fluffy.
  2. Add in melted and cooled white chocolate and whipping cream (start with 3 tablespoons and add in more to achieve desired consistency).
  3. Beat on high speed for 3-4 minutes, scraping the bowl with a spatula.
Most Helpful

I made a profile, just to rate this frosting. Yes, it is that good. It has a luscious, smooth and fluffy texture, thanks to the whipping cream. For those who say it is too sweet, yes, with an overly sweet cake/cupcake, I suppose it would be. My favorite pairing for this is a white cupcake with a tart fresh raspberry puree filling. The tart filling and frosting are a match made in heaven! I would also like to note that I have made a milk chocolate frosting using this exact same recipe with a milk chocolate baking bar. I did have to add a tbsp of cocoa to amp up the chocolate a bit, but it made an incredible milk chocolate frosting as well Thanks Kittencal, simply amazing!

CarrieLovesItalian June 07, 2013

It took a while to hit the first fluffy stage (After 5 minutes I turned my beater up to a medium speed and had to give it 5 minutes more)--but when all was added and mixed, I ended up with a super-airy, creamy, sweet frosting that went perfectly atop a blue velvet cake. Yum!

chefyl January 03, 2009

this is good second time i made it, i did add extra powdered sugar to thicken, just added 1 tbs cream but to the previous comment about too sweet, you really need beat this, stand mixer with whip attachment works great, it incorporates the sugar not as sweet

cook5 November 15, 2006