I was wondering if anyone knew how to make Kroger's whipped icing? You know, its light and not too sweet. And yet they are still able to making decorations w/ it.
I am making a cake this weekend for my niece and her mother request that icing but I don't know how to make it that way. I normally use regular heavy cream whipped w/ powder sugar but it is not the same.
Maybe Kroger's would sell you some to decorate your cake. Janice
found this on another site... hope it helps
Kroger stores "Kroger Creamy" frosting recipe?
Does anyone know the recipe for this, it is not a traditional bakery frosting, more like a cross between whipped cream and frosting....delicious!!!!
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2/3 cup butter or margarine
9 cups sifted confectioners' sugar (about 2 pounds)
1/2 cup fresh lemon juice
3 teaspoons vanilla
1/2 teaspoon grated lemon zest (yellow part of peel)
3 tablespoons heavy whipping cream
In a bowl, beat butter or margarine till fluffy.
Gradually add 2 cups of the confectioners' sugar, beating well. Slowly add lemon juice, vanilla and lemon zest. Slowly beat in remaining sugar.
Beat in cream (adjust amount, if necessary, until icing spreads easily). Beat 1 full minute for best texture. (It's easiest if you spread it on the cake immediately; the frosting becomes stiffer as it sits).
that recipe sounds alot like toba garretts french buttercream.. with a lil more lemon but it is delicious!!! and hold up well to heat
I use lots of vanilla and some orange extract, it's so good that it's a icing that I enjoy to eat alone
Does this recipe smooth well