This Chocolate Lover's Frosting is delectable to spread on cakes, cupcakes, brownies, sugar cookies and more. Ready in just 5 minutes, too.
Chocolate Lover's Frosting
by H. Helen
, Calgary, AB on Jul. 2010
This is a lovely fluffy, creamy frosting and especially good on cupcakes. Just make sure to beat it long enough for a fluffy consistency.
No trans fats!
by J. Jenifer
, New Milford, CT on Apr. 2010
I hate to buy the containers of frosting because they seem to all have trans fats, which I don't want to feed to my family and friends. This frosting is easy, reliable, and tasty. No need to buy the other stuff!
Nestle makes the difference
by k. kathleen
, Danville, NH on Feb. 2010
I had given up making my own chocolate frosting because I thought it always tasted tart. Using the Nestle cocoa made all the difference! No more bitterness!
Perfect Chocolate Frosting
by S. Sarah
, Tucson, AZ on Feb. 2010
This frosting is perfect, and so easy! The texture, if you beat it well, it smooth and the flavor is wonderful!
by a. amy
, on Nov. 2009
This is not frosting as it is very thin. It should be considered icing.
Loved the frosting!
by L. Laurie
, Mi on Nov. 2009
I was looking for a good frosting recipe and decided on the Chocolate Lovers. Delicious and easy to make. I will never buy a canned frosting again. My kids are in school now but I can't wait for them to try it.
by T. Tracey
, Dacula, GA on Aug. 2009
It was great, more like chocolate sauce but yummy!
Easy, smooth icing
by L. Laurie
, TX on Jul. 2009
The recipe was simple to follow and created a tasty topping for my cake. I added a bit of almond flavoring to enhance the taste. It's definitely worth trying!
by A. Aimee
, BRISTOW, VA on Jul. 2009
This icing is fabulous! After this, I will never use canned icing again!
Not for the novice!
by J. Julie
, MARIETTA, GA on Mar. 2009
I make chocolate frosting on a regular basis so I decided to try this one. The end result was smooth, creamy and delicious with a little adjustment. You may want to melt half of the butter and keep adding milk (a tablespoon at a time) until your frosting ecomes creamy. It is important to remember to keep adding milk. For beginning bakers you may want to alternate sugar and milk and always end with the milk.This will make for a shinier frosting.
A surprise filling of brown sugar streusel makes this Sour Cream Pumpkin Bundt Cake a special treat. Save a bit of icing for drizzling over each serving of this wonderful cake!
A gift of love from your own kitchen.
Sometimes the simplest recipes yield the richest results. This glossy combination of chocolate morsels and sweetened condensed milk is even better embellished with vanilla and chopped nuts.