White Chocolate Icing

White Chocolate Icing created by Chef floWer

From Cake Central. -- their notes:"I have used this recipe for a lot of cakes. It is great for wedding cakes. Takes paste colors pretty well too."

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35mins
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directions

  • Melt chocolate in top of double boiler.
  • Stir flour into chocolate.
  • Add milk a little at a time and blend well.
  • Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, until very thick.
  • It should have the texture and consistency of thick pudding.
  • Cool completely.
  • In a large bowl, beat sugar, butter and vanilla until light and fluffy.
  • Gradually add cooled chocolate mixture and beat until icing is the consistency of whipped cream.
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"From Cake Central. -- their notes:"I have used this recipe for a lot of cakes. It is great for wedding cakes. Takes paste colors pretty well too.""

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  1. Schooter
    As others mentioned, the granulated sugar leads to a very grainy texture. Using powdered sugar yielded a better consistency.
  2. Bongo 77
    Use caster sugar, regular sugar makes the icing grainy.
  3. 927301
    this is AMAZING!! for a perfect buttercream-like icing that made all my guests think that the cake was store-bought, use icing (or powdered) sugar, and be patient: add the milk in little by little, use a whisk to combine it into the choc/flour mix, and don't go anywhere- just keep watching and stirring!
  4. dustinrossisme
    The flavor of the icing was nice: the chocolate wasn't overpowering and was well balanced with the creamines of the icing. However, I used regular granulated sugar, which gave it a grainy, kind of crunchy texture. Perhaps the original recipe called for powdered sugar.
  5. Chef floWer
    White Chocolate Icing Created by Chef floWer
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