Granulated sugar icing

Elevate your baking with these mouthwatering granulated sugar icing recipes. Learn how to create beautiful and tasty desserts with the perfect sugary glaze.
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Yep, you CAN make fluffy and silky smooth frosting without powdered sugar. This frosting made with regular sugar is not a sad substitute for the classic buttercream frosting. It’s actually an old-fashioned technique, called Ermine frosting or boiled milk frosting! It’s truly perfect and NOT too sweet - you can use it to frost any cakes and cupcakes. It can be piped, spread, and dyed easily!

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kayla short
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The BEST cream cheese frosting made without powdered sugar in only 5 minutes! If you come across this recipe because you are running out of icing sugar, you are in luck! Get ready to discover a lighter and smoother frosting that’s not TOO sweet! It’s easy to pipe and holds its shape well! You may never go back to the old recipe!

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Skyler Park
1 cup   granulated sugar 1/4 cup   cocoa 1/4 cup   butter 1/4 cup   milk 1 teaspoon   vanilla Mix s... Desserts, Chocolate Desserts, Cocoa, Granulated Sugar Icing, Sugar Icing, Icing Recipe, Chocolate Icing, Granulated Sugar, Cake Mix Recipes

1 cup granulated sugar 1/4 cup cocoa 1/4 cup butter 1/4 cup milk 1 teaspoon vanilla Mix sugar, cocoa, butter and milk together. Over medium heat, bring to a boil and boil for 1 minute. Add vanilla. Cool partially, then beat with a mixer for 3 minutes or until spreadable consistency. This is not a fluffy kind of frosting that you use to decorate a cake. I did use it on the layer cake in the picture, but this is more of a icing that would go on a sheet cake, like Texas Sheet Cakes. The mixture…

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Brenda Shumpert