Years ago I found a recipe for a frosting that tasted like whip cream but there was no whip cream in it.
I some how lost that recipe and now have been on a desparte search for another one. It was from my local paper. I think it was ha Heloise column but not sure. If someone out there has it please help.
Mock Whip Cream FrostingCDKitchen http://www.cdkitchen.comCategory: Whipped Cream Frosting and Icing Serves/Makes: 3 cups | Difficulty Level: 3 | Ready In: < 30 minutesIngredients:
1/4 cup flour1 cup milk1 cup sugar1/2 cup shortening8 tablespoons butter1 teaspoon vanilla
Directions:Cook flour and milk together to pudding stage and set aside to cool. Cream butter and shortening for 4 minutes. Add sugar and beat 4 minutes more. Add cooked mixture and vanilla; beat for 4 minutes more.
Hi this might be the one, my sister used to make this a lot..... Shirley
FAUX WHIPPED CREAM by DeoniaMix 6 T. cornstarch with 1 1/2 cups milk, fresh or canned ( I used nonfat dry milk) and cook until thick. Cool to cold in the fridge while you prepare the next part.Cream together:1 cup butter ( 2 sticks)1 cup sugarWhen first part is completely cold, mix it in with the butter/sugar creamed mixture and whip till light and fluffy. Spread on a cold cake. Keep refrigerated.
WHITE FROSTING LIKE FAUX WHIPPED CREAM by GrannyBarbieJ_Texas
Cook 4 Tbs. flour and 1 cup milk to a paste and cool.Beat 1/2 cup butter and1/2 cup shortening 3-4 min.Add 1 cup sugar and beat 3-4 min.Add flour mixture and beat until sugar dissolvesAdd 1 tsp vanilla last.
MOCK WHIP CREAM FROSTING (1/2 RECIPE) from Cooks.com1/2 c. milk2 tsp. flourBlend together. Cook until thick. Cool to lukewarm or cooler. Beat:1/4 c. butter1/4 c. Crisco1/2 c. granulated sugarVanillaAdd milk mixture and beat well, about 10 minutes. don't underbeat. I use an electric mixture.
WHIPPED CREAM FROSTING from Cooks.com2 tbsp. cornstarch1 c. milk1/2 c. butter1 c. sugar1/3 c. shortening1 tsp. vanillaCombine cornstarch and milk in saucepan. Cook and stir until thick. Cool mixture. (Recipe will not work if it is warm.) Combine butter and sugar, shortening and vanilla; mix and then add milk mixture to sugar mixture. Mix at high speed until fluffy.
MOCK WHIPPED CREAM FROSTING from Cooks.com1 c. milk6 tbsp. flour1 c. sugar1 c. butter1 tsp. vanillaMix together first 2 ingredients in small saucepan. Cook over medium heat until thick, stirring constantly. Cool and set aside.Mix sugar, butter, and vanilla together with electric mixer until fluffy. Add flour mixture and beat until smooth and fluffy. Can be used on any type cake.
Thanks for posting my recipe Vickie, I like to use cornstarch instead of flour for this frosting, It seems to make it a little bit lighter and fluffier and not as pasty and heavy as flour. But that cold be all in my head LOL
You're welcome, Deonia.~~Vicki
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