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How To Make Canned Chocolate Frosting Taste Homemade
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How To Make Canned Chocolate Frosting Taste Homemade

If you are running out of time in making the frosting, you can use store-bought. You can try making canned chocolate frosting taste homemade. There is nothing as good as homemade frosting. However, if you are going to purchase store-bought frosting, especially canned chocolate frosting, it is best to buy Betty Crocker’s rich and creamy chocolate frosting. Likewise, the store-bought chocolate frosting has its practicality and gratifying sticky sweetness when added to baked goods.
Prep Time25 mins
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: How To Make Canned Chocolate Frosting Taste Homemade
Servings: 12
Author: cakedecorist.com




  • In a bowl, cream the butter with a hand or stand mixer on medium speed until the texture is smooth while gradually adding the cocoa powder.
  • Whip in the can of chocolate frosting to the batter. Using your rubber spatula, scrape the bowl’s corners to make sure the batter is evenly mixed.
  • Beat in the confectioners’ sugar, milk, and vanilla on low speed until well incorporated.
  • Shift the hand or stand mixer’s speed to high speed for 30 seconds to a minute or until the batter is fluffy. Keep in mind not to mix the batter by going over a minute.
  • Remove from the mixer and transfer to a piping bag. Afterward, decorate the cake as favored.


Canned chocolate frosting is available at your local supermarket. If unsalted butter is unavailable, you can use salted ones, but there will be a change in texture and taste. Whipping canned chocolate frosting makes it a lot better. With that, utilize a whisk attachment and beat the store-bought canned chocolate frosting at room temperature, incorporating more air into it. Doing this will provide a better mouthfeel.
Thawing your butter to room temperature makes it easier for you to incorporate it with other ingredients. Avoid microwaving the butter; that will cause uneven heating problems and cause texture problems. Put more confectioner’s sugar if you find the consistency too wet and milk if too dry. Usually, store-bought frostings are overly sweet, which makes it obvious that it is not homemade. That is why, as a solution, add a pinch of salt to balance out the sweetness of the baked goods.
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