|by Chad Robertson|
Every once in a while, a cookbook comes along that instantly says "classic." This is one of them.
1 - 10 of 43 for mock cream frosting
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In a bowl, cream butter and sugar ... completely. Add flour mixture gradually to creamed mixture and mix well. Add vanilla and mix well. Spread over cake.
Cook milk and flour until thick. Let cool slightly. Mix Crisco, butter, sugar and vanilla. Beat until fluffy, add milk mixture and beat well.
Cook flour and ... thickened milk to this and beat thoroughly. Put frosting on cooled cake. Refrigerate. Yields one 9 x 13 inch frosted cake. Do not double.
Cook flour and milk until thick and cool. Beat other ingredients until smooth and add milk and flour mixture (cooled first). Continue beating until ...
Cook flour and milk until thick; cool. Add remaining ingredients gradually; beat 4 minutes longer. Beat until thick with electric mixer.
Boil flour and milk until thick, then cool. Cream butter, sugar, salt, and vanilla. Add cooled mixture, beat until fluffy. Add powdered sugar and beat.
Cook milk and flour until thick and completely cool. Mix butter, vanilla, and powdered sugar in small mixer bowl. Add cooled white sauce and beat ...
I used 1 ... thick as paste. Cool. Cream shortening, butter and sugar in mixer for 4 minutes. Add cooled paste and beat 4 minutes more. Blend in vanilla.
Boil flour, vanilla, and milk until pudding. Cool thoroughly. Add rest of ingredients. Mix all together until thick and creamy, about 4 minutes.
Blend together. Cook until thick. Cool to lukewarm or cooler. Beat: Add milk mixture and beat well, about 10 minutes. don't underbeat. I use an ...
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