Ingredients10 m servings
- In a mixing bowl, cream shortening, 1 cup of sugar, vanilla and salt. Add the remaining sugar alternately with cream. Beat until the frosting reaches desired consistency. Cover and freeze for up to 2 months. Thaw before using.
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It's incredibly sweet, just like it says and tasted a lot like store bought frosting. Except, it wasn't thick enough for me-- I like a really stiff frosting to frost and decorate cakes. I actu...
GREAT for freezing! It really is. We celebrate 1/2 birthday's as well as birthdays in our family, so we're always making a cake and freezing "1/2" for the next "1/2" birthday. This year we trie...
As promised, stores very well in the freezer. It is, however, overly sweet. As such, I keep it strictly for decorating. It pipes smoothly and holds its shape well. For use as a full cake frostin...
I am NEVER buying frosting again - EVER! I loved the original vanilla frosting, but when it came time to jazz up some chocolate fudge cupcakes, I substituted Peppermint extract for the vanilla, ...
Super sweet, I am thinking the whipping cream should be whipped first & then added into the mix.
Eliminate 1 1/2 cups of sugar, if you don't like it sooo sweet. It's a very and fluffy and light frosting.
Very easy, very sweet, easy to color, easy to spread, kid tested & approved! This recipe tastes similar to some commercially produced frosting, but so simple to make at home why buy the store st...