stephscakes Posted 1 Aug 2004 , 2:52am
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I would like a recipe for a "no crust" buttercream icing. Also, a good recipe for one that will stand up to high humidity would be appreciated!

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kika Posted 1 Aug 2004 , 3:29am
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well i use the wilton recipe for buttercream icing which is 1/2 cup vegetable shortening, 1/2 cup butter or margarine, 1 teaspoon clear vanilla extract, 4 cups confectioner sugar, and 2 tablespoons milk. However im not sure if its no crust. When i have made it has gotten a little stiff but thats all, i hope its of some help, i will try to do some web searching see if i find anything,
kika

Jackie Posted 1 Aug 2004 , 3:42am
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Hi Kika,

Thank you for sharing!

Here is another Non-Crusting Buttercream Recipe

Ladycake Posted 1 Aug 2004 , 9:29pm
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Originally Posted by stephscakes

I would like a recipe for a "no crust" buttercream icing. Also, a good recipe for one that will stand up to high humidity would be appreciated!





For this you want to use a product called Stay Ice its a powder you put right in to your frosting mix.. Its a stablizer and will help with the humidity so your icing does not melt.. Now that dose not mean that you can place the cake in the sun...


1 1/2 cups Sweetex shortening
2 lbs powder sugar
1 Tablespoon Stay Ice
2 teaspoons Vanilla or flavoring of choose

Mix it all together just like you would your frosting recipe..

SugarCreations Posted 3 Sep 2005 , 7:15pm
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Hi
You could also use meringue powder, couple teaspoons. The reason I say that. Is I live in the south pretty humid here.

DiH Posted 17 Sep 2005 , 4:42pm
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Originally Posted by Jackie

Hi Kika,

Thank you for sharing!

Here is another Non-Crusting Buttercream Recipe




Is that really only 2 Cups of powdered sugar?


Di

Ladycake Posted 17 Sep 2005 , 7:21pm
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Originally Posted by DiH

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Originally Posted by Jackie

Hi Kika,

Thank you for sharing!

Here is another Non-Crusting Buttercream Recipe



Is that really only 2 Cups of powdered sugar?


Di




Two pounds of powder sugar

DiH Posted 17 Sep 2005 , 10:54pm
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Thanks, Victoria... I appreciate your help.


Di

Erika4417 Posted 2 Nov 2005 , 12:08am
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Does anyone have Anotnia's icing recipe? I keep reading about it but can't find the recipe.

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