FAKE IT! Store Bought Frosting TrickStore bought frosting can be too thick and not easy to spread. Add a half to whole container of COOL WHIP and it gets a whole new look and creamy texture! Yummy!

FAKE IT! Store Bought Frosting TrickStore bought frosting can be too thick and not easy to spread. Add a half to whole container of COOL WHIP and it gets a whole new look and creamy texture! Yummy!

6 ways to make store-bought frosting taste homemade (like this Honey-Roasted Peanut Butter Frosting)

6 ways to make store-bought frosting taste homemade

This is definitely The Best Chocolate Buttercream Frosting we have ever tasted and it is so easy to make. Sweet, fudgy, creamy and delicious - you'll never use store bought Chocolate Frosting again. It is the perfect frosting for cupcakes, cakes or even brownies! Follow us for more great Homemade Frosting Recipes.

The Best Chocolate Buttercream Frosting

This is definitely The Best Chocolate Buttercream Frosting we have ever tasted and it is so easy to make. Sweet, fudgy, creamy and delicious - you'll never use store bought Chocolate Frosting again. It is the perfect frosting for cupcakes, cakes or even brownies! Follow us for more great Homemade Frosting Recipes.

How to Make Store Bought Frosting Better | eHow (CREAM CHEESE/POWDERED SUGAR)

How to Make Store Bought Frosting Better

Make store bought icing taste like home made! For a tub of frosting, spoon out all of it into a medium-sized bowl. 1. Add 1/4 cup of powdered sugar 2. Add 1.5 teaspoons of vanilla 3. Using a mixer, beat the frosting for 2-3 minutes making sure the powdered sugar and vanilla is well combined. If tinting frosting with food dye, add the dye when you add the powdered sugar and vanilla. The powdered sugar helps to “stiffen” the frosting making it easier to use with pastry bags.

Make store bought icing taste like home made! For a tub of frosting, spoon out all of it into a medium-sized bowl. 1. Add 1/4 cup of powdered sugar 2. Add 1.5 teaspoons of vanilla 3. Using a mixer, beat the frosting for 2-3 minutes making sure the powdered sugar and vanilla is well combined. If tinting frosting with food dye, add the dye when you add the powdered sugar and vanilla. The powdered sugar helps to “stiffen” the frosting making it easier to use with pastry bags.

While store-bought frosting trumps homemade concoctions in convenience, the taste, consistency or color of the canned version may leave you wanting more. With a tweak or two, you might be able to pass off the store-bought version as something that rivals a homemade recipe.

How to Make Store Bought Frosting Better

While store-bought frosting trumps homemade concoctions in convenience, the taste, consistency or color of the canned version may leave you wanting more. With a tweak or two, you might be able to pass off the store-bought version as something that rivals a homemade recipe.

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