Gail's StoryThis frosting, although containing lots of butter, makes a good-sized batch of frosting! It works wonderfully for decorating, as it holds up well. You can add food coloring, and simply increase the powdered sugar if it is too thin for you.
And it tastes GREAT!!!!!
marshallow fluff (not cream--fluff)
unsalted butter (if you use salted butter, eliminate the salt from the recipe)
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powdered sugar (use to desired frosting stiffness)
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1Use a spatula to scrape the fluff and butter into your mixer bowl. (SWcraping the spatula on the attachment helps get it from the spatula to the bowl much more easily!)
2Mix well until fluffy.
3Gradually ad the pinch of salt and vanilla. Mix well.
4Add the powdered sugar slowly until you reach the desired consistency.
You can also add food coloring to the frosting.
About this Recipe
Laurie Spitzfaden lasias - Sep 26, 2012
mmmm...sounds so good. I don't NEED the extra sweets, but I think I'm going to have to cave and make some cupcakes with this. Thanks!!
Gail Springsteen gail0925 - Sep 26, 2012
:-) It's good and holds up well for decorating!
Laurie Spitzfaden lasias - Sep 27, 2012
In the picture it looks beautiful!!