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Old 02-24-2014, 08:16 AM   #11
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If you don't have powdered sugar for the frosting, you can make:

Even Better (!) Cooked Flour Frosting (with flavor variations) |

I make this without using cream, I just use all milk.
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Old 02-24-2014, 08:26 AM   #12
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If you don't have powdered sugar for the frosting, you can make:

Even Better (!) Cooked Flour Frosting (with flavor variations) |

I make this without using cream, I just use all milk.
Thank you for this recipe!

I have made this for years as a whoopie pie filling using crisco. I think this will be a nicer alternative ( I don't dare say healthier! ).
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Thank you for this recipe!

I have made this for years as a whoopie pie filling using crisco. I think this will be a nicer alternative ( I don't dare say healthier! ).
I made a version of this for the Red Velvet Cupcakes I baked on Valentine's Day. I added 1/2 c melted dark chocolate (after I had whipped the mixture once). The frosting was awesome. I'm never making powdered sugar frosting again.
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You could go for good old Brownies. I made some 'Blondies' with white chocolate as a change for our french friends last week. Took us all the way to heaven...
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