By it'scolleen on September 20, 2005
"I was making a kid's rich, chocolate birthday cake and tried some experimenting. This turned out FABULOUS and hardens like a royal icing. The color is a light latté color and can be tinted most darker shades. This recipe requires POWDERED/CONFECTIONARY sugar! If you have a granular mess or weird texture it is because you used granular sugar."
Serving Size: 1 (513 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"Easy to make and good flavor. It was difficult to spread because it did not want to stick to the cake. The finished texture was odd looking. Made exactly as written with creamy Skippy peanut butter and one tablespoon of milk, but it did not harden."
"Amazing!! It was perfect! Thanks for sharing!"
"Simply delicious and so easy to make!! Thanks for adding this recipe!!"
"I gave it 5 stars for taste but please help!! It NEVER was smooth. The mixture would not emusify so I had a granular mess. I took a 1/4 cup scoop and placed on top of each cupcake and "spread" it on top with my fingers. I worked quickly because you said it would harden but dang! Was this smooth and creamy for everyone else?"
"I cut the recipe in half because I made cupcakes...it's so yummy, definetly a keeper!"
"Super-duper! I put this on a peanut butter-banana cake which wasn't that great, but the frosting is wonderful! I could eat it like PB fudge!!"
"I made this for the Cook-A-Thon for Bergy. I really liked this. I did have a hard time eating cake with it. I just wanted the frosting. I really liked this and it is a definate keeper!! KUDOS!!!"