|My Special Occasion Bakery Frosting is fluffy, creamy and utterly delectable!|
If you want to experience one of the best frosting recipes ever, then you came to the right place. My Special Occasion Bakery Frosting has a cooked creaminess that merges with granulated sugar that is whipped into a fluffy sensation similar to sweetened whipped cream that elevates the delectable taste of practically any cake.
I will admit my Special Occasion Bakery Frosting requires a bit more effort than my usual recipes. When you want to celebrate with something special to top that cake, this frosting is the way to go with what it brings to the table.
Anyone that has their heart set on chocolate cake that is as light as a feather and made in the microwave, then you honestly need to try my Five-Minute Microwave Chocolate Cake recipe. It is so easy as well as quick to make that you won’t believe it until you try it yourself.
On the other hand, you may prefer a yellow cake. In that case, I hope that you give my Best Yellow Layer Cake a try.
My Special Occasion Bakery Frosting
This frosting is fluffy, almost like a whipped cream type.
1 cup milk
2 tablespoons cornstarch
1 cup sugar
1 stick of margarine (not spread) or 1/2 cup
1/2 cup virgin coconut oil or shortening
1 teaspoon of vanilla
Measure the cornstarch and stir into your milk until blended. Then cook on a medium heat until thickened. Remove from heat and let it cool.
Cream the sugar with the margarine and virgin coconut oil until the sugar crystals are mostly dissolved. This takes about 15 minutes of creaming.
Add the warm thickened milk mixture, (not hot) to the sugar and the creamed ingredients a little at a time. Continue to beat as you go. Add vanilla and beat in. Frost on the cooled cake.