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Nearly every ingredient in this stuff is bad, including dyes, preservatives, palm oil, corn syrup, and more
Ahhhh, my weekly ration of frosting.
Step 1: Make & frost cupcakes with regular frosting
Step 2: Leave cupcakes on countertop for 3 days
Step 3: Eat stale cupcakes with crusty frosting
Step 4: ????
Step 5: Profit

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Nearly every ingredient in this stuff is bad, including dyes, preservatives, palm oil, corn syrup, and more
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Nearly every ingredient in this stuff is bad, including dyes, preservatives, palm oil, corn syrup, and more
naturally and artificially flavored LMAO.
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This is a newer recipe. I ordered the last time they had this deal and it wasn't even edible. Imo, stick with the Pillsbury or Betty Crocker frosting.
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Listen, I know we're all staying at home all day and indulging, but this is a bit much for me..

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Good deal if you'll use it, and you like the product. Not sure when it expires, or would be good for group gingerbread house building in winter. Thumbs up for price.
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Ahhhh, my weekly ration of frosting.
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OOS. Price us for one
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Srs question:

Anyone remember as a kid getting cupcakes at birthday parties and rather than the frosting being creamy and soft (like today's kids) it often had a slightly crust edge and tastes sugary?

Can anyone tell me how to make or buy that kind of frosting like "80s frosting"
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"Let Them Eat Cake"

Said all the Insider Trader Traitors !
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Srs question:

Anyone remember as a kid getting cupcakes at birthday parties and rather than the frosting being creamy and soft (like today's kids) it often had a slightly crust edge and tastes sugary?

Can anyone tell me how to make or buy that kind of frosting like "80s frosting"
Step 1: Make & frost cupcakes with regular frosting
Step 2: Leave cupcakes on countertop for 3 days
Step 3: Eat stale cupcakes with crusty frosting
Step 4: ????
Step 5: Profit
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Perfect for dipping animal crackers in.
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Srs question:

Anyone remember as a kid getting cupcakes at birthday parties and rather than the frosting being creamy and soft (like today's kids) it often had a slightly crust edge and tastes sugary?

Can anyone tell me how to make or buy that kind of frosting like "80s frosting"
That was most likely a butter cream derivative... Check this out https://www.keyingredient.com/rec...eam-icing/
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Thanks, TU and reps OP!
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