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There’s nothing worse that frosting from a tub at the grocery store. I’m fairly certain you can TASTE the processing when you use a typical brand you find in the baking aisle. Many grocery stores have “eh” frosting in their bakery, which isn’t really the reaction you’re going for when you fork over that kind of cash to a bakery.
I try my best to make homemade cakes. But after years of trying average and sub par recipes for cream cheese frosting, I’m here to share my perfected recipe with you. It’s got a simple, secret ingredient.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Heidi Washington.
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Quick Tip – This frosting, though it has dairy, will sit just fine at room temperature for up to 8 hours.