How do I make frosting with no powdered sugar and no egg?

I have no powdered sugar and no eggs.
I need vanilla fosting.

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6 Responses to “How do I make frosting with no powdered sugar and no egg?”

  1. ♥♥The Queen Has Spoken♥♥ said:

    ooh, that could be a problem.

    COOKED CHOCOLATE ICING
    2 1/2 sqs. baking chocolate
    2 c. sugar
    1/2 c. evaporated milk
    Boil and stir constantly for five minutes or until soft ball forms when dropped into cold water. Then remove from heat and beat by hand with a spoon, adding one teaspoon butter and one teaspoon vanilla. Beat until thick enough to spread on cake. It doesn’t have to be too thick, it will thicken while spreading.

  2. Happiest in the kitchen. said:

    Eggs don;t really beloeng in forsting any way (yes I know there are a few that need/call for eggs) but eggs are not a make it or break it deal.

    Make your own powdered sugar…not as good in this case but it will work, 1 cup sugar and 1 tbsp corn starch in the blender until powdery.

    Ganache

  3. LizahR said:

    FROSTING ? with no powdered sugar and egg?

    sure you can do it
    with cream cheese with 70% whip cream add gradually fine sugar in your own taste and dash of vanilla for flavor.

  4. josh said:

    Do you have cream cream cheese or sour cream??

    One parts sugar to three parts sour cream will make a nice white frosting (1:2 is better).

    Add 2 teaspoons of vanilla extracts to 1 cup of frosting to really make it good. Honestly if you don’t have the vanilla it is still good.

  5. Cool Guy said:

    make your own powdered sugar

    Measure out the granulated sugar. A cup of regular sugar makes a cup of powdered sugar, so measure out a cup or two and place it into a blender.
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    Blend the sugar at high speed, until it reaches a powder-like consistency.
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    Add a little corn starch and mix again. Many recipes, such as homemade icing, require a binding agent to work properly, so include a tablespoon of corn starch per cup of sugar during the blending process. It won’t affect the taste but will help the powdered sugar mix properly with other ingredients.
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    Store the new powdered sugar in an air-tight container until you’re ready to use it.

  6. Dottie R said:

    If you have regular granulated sugar, butter or shortening, flour, vanilla and milk, then you can easily find a recipe for a cooked vanilla frosting or 7 minute frosting.

    My browser is messed up or I’d give you one. If you have a cookbook, there’d most likely be at least one in it as well.




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