Few know that store bought frosting can be made fluffier with a few well-placed whisks in the mixing bowl before adding cream. This not only makes for easier dipping and spreading, it also gives your cakes more volume without leaving behind extra air bubbles in the final mix. To get started, simply whisk together softened butter or margarine with powdered sugar until you reach desired consistency (if too dry add water 1 teaspoon at a time).
Store bought frosting is not always the best. Sometimes it can be too dense and sometimes it can be too soft. This article will show you how to make store bought chocolate frosting better.
Should I whip store bought frosting?
A: This is a difficult question to answer. If you are using store bought frosting, it should not be whipped because the ingredients in store bought frosting could cause the frosting to become lumpy and grainy. However, if you are whipping your own homemade frosting, then thats up to personal preference.
Store bought frosting can be difficult to whip. This article will teach you how to make store bought frosting fluffy. Reference: how to whip store bought frosting.
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