Kittencal's Easy Creamy White Glaze

"This is the best and easiest glaze and one that I use all the time for my recipe#263265 and my recipe#77397 --- just three ingredients to create the perfect creamy glaze, for the best creamy taste and texture I strongly suggest to use only whipping cream --- change the flavor by using different flavors of extract, you can also add in food coloring"
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Ready In:
1 cup


  • 2 cups powdered sugar, sifted (please sift to remove any small lumps)
  • 14 cup whipping cream (any amount to desired texture start with 1/4 cup, or use 18% table cream)
  • 1 12 teaspoons vanilla extract or 1 1/2 teaspoons almond extract


  • Whisk all ingredients in a bowl adding whipping cream until desired texture is achieved (do not make it to thin, or it won't stick on cakes!).

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  1. MarsdenMom
    Call me crazy, but I didn't have any whipping cream, so I used 1/8 c vanilla cinnamon creme coffee mate (was making cinnamon flop) and 1/8c milk and left out the vanilla. Tastes great!
  2. drinkmore
    Yummy! Made it for your Cinnamon Flop Cake. I didn't have whipping cream so I subbed plain milk and melted butter. Great flavor, thanks!
  3. gailanng
    I made a half-batach to use on Kittencal's Easy Cinnamon Flop. I've found that applying the glaze while still warm tends to make it glisten...a very appealing look! Oh, don't forget to lick the bowl afterwards...yum!
  4. chris_tam
    Very Good on your Cinnamon Flop Cake. I did not have Whipping cream so I used low fat milk but I still thought it was Great!!!
  5. JeannaLW
    I used this on top of Kittencal's Easy Cinnamon Flop. I didn't have whipping cream and used plain milk -- it was still good, though I could tell it would be much more rich if made properly. I think I'll omit or lessen the amount of vanilla extract next time, though.



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