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Beat and Eat Frosting

Beat and Eat Frosting created by ckfor4

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  • Mix egg white, cream of tartar, and vanilla in a small deep bowl.
  • Add boiling water.
  • Beat to stiff peaks.
  • Spread on cake.
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  1. ckfor4
    Beat and Eat Frosting Created by ckfor4
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  2. JohnsCutie
    I made this for a reduced sugar cake because it is lower in sugar and carbohydrates than the buttercream frosting I usually make. It was surprisingly easy to make. I like to make things by hand, so I tried my manual mixer first, but this really needs an electric mixer, so I dug out the handheld. I never really got it to what I would consider "stiff peaks" but I am really not good at telling what that is, so it is not the fault of the recipe. I refrigerated my cake, and the frosting was delicious, reminded me of the Seven-Minute Frosting my Mom used to make when I was a kid. My family loved it. BTW, it tastes a LOT sweeter than it really is.
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