|Milk (What's for Lunch)|
|by Claire Llewellyn|
Tells the story of milk from the time it is taken from the cow on the dairy farm through to its processing and distribution to users.
1 - 10 of 81 for buttercream frosting without milk
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In a food ... For a stiffer frosting, add a little less milk or more confectioners ... the bowl cover), as it has a tendency to splash out of the bowl.
Beat sugar, butter, milk and vanilla with ... and smooth. If frosting becomes too thick, ... about 2 1/2 cups frosting. .J.H. See also: Buttercream Frosting
1. Cream butter. ... mixture to butter 4. Add milk to and butter mixture. I would start with 2 tbsp. of milk and if it's too thick add another tbsp. of milk.
Preheat oven to ... pans. Cool completely. Frost and decorate with Buttercream Decorating Icing. Beat ... with spatula. Add milk or cream and ... until use. Yield: 3 cups
Preheat oven to ... beating, add the milk slowly. Bake for ... milk until the frosting is fluffy. Wait ... Will have extra frosting. Recipe can be doubled.
Any pudding recipe ... medium speed, adding milk slowly and gradually ... sugar if stiffer frosting is desired. If ... if desired. Spread buttercream between layers and ... to cover above cake.
(Any pudding recipe ... medium speed adding milk slowly and gradually ... sugar if stiffer frosting is desired. If ... if desired. Spread buttercream between layers and ... will be very tall.
Cream together Crisco and butter. Add vanilla. Add 10x sugar - 2 cups at a time, alternating with 1 tablespoon milk until you achieve consistency desired.
(When cold or dry, use less sugar; hot or humid, more sugar). Mix thoroughly. Keep covered with a damp towel when not using. Place in pastry bag and ...
Cook in saucepan until thick and then set aside to cool. Cream and add: 8 tbsp. powdered sugar 1 tbsp. vanilla Beat together. Mixture gets lighter ...
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