Desserts like cakes and cupcakes are not the same without frosting. That is why it is best to know how to thin store-bought frosting. Store-bought buttercream is a thick frosting that remains soft after frosting it. It is also made from a base of cream, powdered sugar, and butter. Also, it is commonly utilized for cakes and occasionally cookies. However, store-bought buttercream frosting can be too thick if you make it in cold weather or beat it excessively. Because of that, you can thin the store-bought buttercream frosting by whipping extra cream or milk a teaspoon at a time till the frosting reached the proper consistency.
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