Whipped Topping Frosting-Just Like The Stores Type
Whipped Topping Frosting
Reasons to Use This Recipe
It is so hard these days to find cupcake recipes let alone to find cake recipes with a good frosting recipe that will be sure to turn everyones heads. With the numerous holidays approaching us, Easter, Memorial Day, Birthdays, 4th of July, Labor Day, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years and Valentine's Day, there is always a reason to get together with your friends and family and with a great cake, there is more reasons to invite people over more often.
With this recipe, you are sure to have a good time while allowing everyone to think that you are a chef in the kitchen. This recipe is meant to taste just like the frosting that you get on cakes in Wal-Mart, Sams Club and more who offer the Whipped Topping Frosting.
What You'll Need
You will Need to Have the following ingredients to make your frosting.
A 8 ounce tub of Whipped Topping (Thawed)
A Package of Vanilla Pudding
A cup of Milk
A teaspoon of Vanilla (will add some flavor to the whipped topping.)
You will need to follow these directions in order to have the perfect frosting come out.
In a bowl, combine the pudding, milk and vanilla. Beat this until it is smooth. Once you have done this, you will then want to fold in the whipped topping that has been thawed. Be cautious that you do not leave any streaks in the frosting from the vanilla before using. Once you have done this, you will then want to add it to your cake or cupcakes that you have already baked and cooled. Note: You will want to be sure that you place this in the fridge once you have frosted your cake (if you are not cutting them right away)!
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