Let me just say I love all of you guys. The comments, the advice, the threads - you guys are a great group. Thanks for taking the time to share your expertise and sometimes - disasters. I have learned so very much.
I realize there is a search engine and believe me I have used it but when I am looking for something specific, I get close to 300 responses and after searching through the first and last hundred, I am a bit discouraged. Is there a better way to do searches? I am looking for IndyDeb's buttercream icing recipe. I have typed it in the search engine several different ways and get nothing close. Can someone help? Is there a way to get more specific when doing a search on CC site? Thank you for your time.
I am on my phone so I cannot link. But if you go to the Baking forum, presently on page 3 you will find a thread entitled, "Making Crisco Icing Taste Better" which was started by jennifer bw. In the thread, apti posts the recipe.
16 Mar 2008
Rating: 8.9/10 (336 votes cast)
I was given this recipe over 25 years ago
by a friend and itâs the only icing recipe Iâve ever used. (I actually didnât
know there were other âwedding cake icingâ recipes out there!). All
measurements are approximate since Iâm a âuntil it looks right cookâ. Too thin?
Add more sugar. Too thick? Add more milk. Luv the flavor of vanilla? Throw lots
of it in there! This icing crusts VERY well and holds up great in extreme heat
and humidity (passed the âsat outdoors in 90 degrees in August humidity in
Indiana for over 5 hoursâ test!)
Indydebiâs Crisco-Based Buttercream Icing
1-1/3 cups Cricso
1/3 to 1/2 cup milk, depending on consistency needed
3 Tbsp powdered Dream Whip (*)
2-3 Tbsp clear vanilla, depending on your personal taste
2 lbs powdered sugar
(*) A powdered whipped topping mix made by Kraft Foods, usually found in the cake/sugar aisle in the grocery.
Thereâs no wrong way to mix this. I usually mix all but the powdered sugar for a minute or two, then gradually add the sugar, but the only reason I did this was to avoid the âsugar-splashâ factor. The longer the mixer runs, the smoother it gets. Sifting the powdered sugar before blending helps with smoothness but is not necessary.
Thank you so very much. I appreciate all of you! :)
Thanks MKC, never thought about doing that.