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Classic Cream Cheese Frosting

Classic Cream Cheese Frosting recipe
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We have a confession: Our 10-minute recipe for cream cheese frosting is way better than Mom used to make.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
10 min
servings
total:
20 servings, 2 Tbsp. each
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posted:
4/13/2005
This receipe ist great. We add less powder sugar, since we don't like it that sweet. We made a race-theme birthday cake. We just used foodcoloring for the frosting. We do not buy theme-cakes anymore, we just make them ourselves. Its so easy and always looks and tastes great. No matter what kind of cake mix you use! Gina & Beate, Germany
posted:
3/28/2005
This is so creamy and I use no other brand.
posted:
1/8/2005
Great, but I needed to add a tsp of milk to make it easier to spread.
posted:
1/3/2005
very smoothe and the texture is marvelous
posted:
8/20/2004
Hubby said - Don't Lose this recipe!!!, it is really nice , really smooth, and extremely easy to prepare. I used less icing sugar, due to the size of the cake. Recommend this one to ALL.
posted:
4/12/2004
it was very good! i would make it again. my friend's loved it.
posted:
4/7/2004
Excellent recipe. You will never buy canned frosting again. This is so good!
posted:
3/15/2004
After making this recipe, I added 3 tablespoons of flavored coffee syrup, mixed well and it turned out awsome!!
posted:
12/7/2003
This is a perfect cream cheese icing! It tastes much better than the flavored canned icing and costs about the same to make. This recipe makes a lot more than you need to frost an average cake, so store away the leftovers for some midnight spoonfuls! Yum!
posted:
12/1/2003
I have used this receipe for at least 30 years. if I remember correctly I think it called for milk instead of margarine. Why the change?
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