How To Get Very Creamy Frosting!

Decorating By CakesOnly Updated 8 May 2008 , 6:16am by JanH

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CakesOnly Posted 8 May 2008 , 5:51am
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This is going to sound nuts, but is there a way to get your frosting as smooth and creamy as Pillsbury frosting. Apparently my own family likes Pillsbury's texture better than mine. I don't mind telling you, when they said that, it hurt. icon_cry.gif I haven't had any complaints from any clients. My own family! icon_surprised.gif So does anyone know if Pillsbury makes theirs a lot different from the way we make it. Family can be so cruel. icon_cry.gif

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tonedna Posted 8 May 2008 , 6:06am
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lol....they are used to that frosting!
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JanH Posted 8 May 2008 , 6:16am
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Well, canned frosting has a lot of binders and other artificial ingredients....

Don't know that you can reproduce canned using ingredients found in homemade b/c.

Do you think they might enjoy a whipped frosting. (It would be soft, smooth, creamy and non-crusting.)

Here are some highly rated CC whipped frosting recipes:


P.S. Seriously overwhipping your favorite American b/c recipe (with a tad extra liquid) will make it softer, smoothing and less crusting.

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