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Decorator Frosting II

Rated as 2 out of 5 Stars

"Especially good for trimming a cake. It can also be used for frosting. Use any flavoring to compliment the flavor of your cake."
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servings 244
Original recipe yields 24 servings (6 cups)


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  1. Cream butter until very light. Cream in flour. Add water and vanilla. Add sugar until desired consistency is reached. For frosting the cake use a thinner icing. Then add additional sugar to make the icing thicker for putting decorations on the frosted cake.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 244 calories; 7.8 43.9 0.6 20 55 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

itis so good and so easy and my mom and dad loves it and my dad is a baker

Most helpful critical review

Do not waste your time

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Do not waste your time

yuck. Too much water and it made the butter separate from the other ingredients.

This is "awful"!!! Tastes like "wet flour"!!! What a waste of ingredients... Janet

itis so good and so easy and my mom and dad loves it and my dad is a baker

i work with a lot of cakes and personally don't like this icing i was adding over 10 cups of confectioners sugar and it still didn't thicken up enough to decorate with thanks

i love it i made my kids it on cupcakes and in 3 mins they were gone you guys will love this frosting

Don’t try this!!! I repeat do not try this it was just water with flour sugar and butter it is awfulll

It tasted good, but the icing never thickened. I followed the instructions, but it never worked. It was like a sugary syrup. The butter separated from the other ingredients and made everything g...