How To Make Store-Bought Icing Fluffy

Are you in a time crunch to frost a cake? Want to improve your canned icing? If so, you will want to know how to make store-bought icing fluffy.


Gather a 16 ounce can of your favorite store-bought icing and 16 ounces of whipped topping or homemade whipped cream. If you want to make more, simply keep the recipe equal-parts canned frosting and whipped topping.

Gather Ingredients


Place the icing and whipped topping into a large mixing bowl. Use a hand mixer or stand mixer with whisk attachments and beat until the mix is thoroughly combined. Beat on medium-high speed for approximately 30-45 seconds long.

Mix Ingredients


Use your frosting mix to decorate cakes, cupcakes, brownies, cookies, or whatever dessert you want. Frosted desserts should be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to three days when not serving.

Decorate and Store

If you are on a time constraint or looking for an easier solution than making your own icing, this is a great hack. It is simple and takes very little time, however, you will notice a change in the consistency of the frosting. This hack will transform regular store-bought icing into a wonderful bakery-quality treat that your friends and family will enjoy.

How To Make Store-Bought Icing Fluffy