Buttercream Frosting

1/2 cup softened butter or shortening
2 cups (or there abouts) powdered sugar
1 TB vanilla
1 egg white (pasteurized)

Mix all of these ingredients together with a high speed mixer and mix on medium to medium-high speed until your frosting becomes light and fluffy. If you still have lumps in your frosting, add more powdered sugar.


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Buttercream Frosting — 3 Comments

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  2. This sounds tasty, but since it calls for unsalted butter or shortening, for myself who also has to be soy free, here is something I found out. I had worried there was no hope of having delicious frosting like I grew up on since I have yet to find an unsalted butter that I can have and shortenings are made with vegetable oil (i.e. soy). I had almost given up all hope but one day I found a website that talked about using Coconut shortening…it works just as great as regular shorting, at least in my opinion. Plus the place I got it from didn’t charge an arm and a leg like I had expected. It was basically the same price I paid for regular shortening.
    Just a tip for all who can’t have soy. (Completely based on my opinion.) Clarification, this is coconut shortening not coconut oil. (Coconut oil however, is great if you add a little to your oil when making home made popcorn, makes it taste lite and airy.)