Easter, St. Patrick’s Day… you certainly can’t go wrong with this light green butter cream frosting!
My mom first learned about this recipe in a cake decorating class, and it’s been a family classic ever since. It has some awesome features too. First off, it’s much more affordable than buying a tub of frosting in a store. You can also keep it for up to two weeks by storing it in an airtight container in your refrigerator! Just remember to rewhip the frosting each time you use it. So, let’s check out the recipe!
Allergies: Celiac friendly. Contains soy. Ingredients Procedure
Allergies: Celiac friendly. Contains soy.
So what did I do with my Buttercream frosting?!
First, I made more cupcakes with jellybellies! For more fancy jellybelly cupcakes check out my post from last Saturday where I made flowers and more!
I also tried out placing the jelly bellies inside the cupcakes. While they came out alright, I personally didn’t really enjoy biting in to bits of gelatin.
Lastly, I moved on to decorate a few cupcakes with Peeps. These are a special easter treat that are certainly 100% gluten free, but they may contain milk. Did you catch that warning? They may contain milk! (Apologies to my fellow milk allergy friends out there, but this treat was too special not to highlight. But, you can still decorate a few with Peeps for your friends too!)
What baked goods will you be creating this Easter?!