Can I Leave Sugar Shack's Icing On The Counter?

Baking By sberryp Updated 22 Nov 2011 , 2:21am by msulli10

sberryp Posted 11 Nov 2011 , 3:27am
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Can I leave Sugar Shack's Icing on the counter? I did add a third butter and cut the shortening by a third. I think it should be ok, but just wanted to make sure.

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Smore4us Posted 11 Nov 2011 , 3:50am
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Yes, it will be fine. I have found the biggest risk of leaving icing on the counter in my home is little fingers. Mmm Mmm. How do you like the 1/3 butter ratio?

gidgetdoescakes Posted 11 Nov 2011 , 4:26am
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I do all the time and its fine

sberryp Posted 11 Nov 2011 , 6:09am
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It was my first time making the recipe. It taste great, but I had air bubbles in it. Thank god it's a fondant cake.

sberryp Posted 11 Nov 2011 , 6:10am
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How long can I leave the icing on the counter?

DianeLM Posted 11 Nov 2011 , 1:46pm
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Sure, you can leave it on the counter. But, wouldn't you rather put it on a cake? icon_wink.gif

gidgetdoescakes Posted 14 Nov 2011 , 4:52am
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did you use the whip to beat it? can't figure why ya got bubbles....
ask sugarshack she will help you figure this out

sberryp Posted 21 Nov 2011 , 6:10pm
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I watched the video and thought I followed the directions.

enchantedcreations Posted 21 Nov 2011 , 6:25pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by DianeLM

Sure, you can leave it on the counter. But, wouldn't you rather put it on a cake? icon_wink.gif




What a great idea! Love it......... icon_lol.gif

Price Posted 22 Nov 2011 , 1:16am
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I have made her recipe many, many times in a 5 qt. Kitchenaid mixer. I almost always get at some air bubbles in it. I have found if I freeze the icing, thaw it and mix in a little more liquid, it comes out great most of the time. I'm not really sure what the freezing does to it but it works for me!

msulli10 Posted 22 Nov 2011 , 2:21am
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Add a little more liquid when you are mixing the icing - it increases the volume so your mixing bowl will be airtight and you will get rid of the bubbles.

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