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go for it. I added some white chocolate chips to some cream cheese and heated it in the microwave a
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Posted to Thread #13783 at 7:41 pm on Feb 13, 2009
bit to soften and melt. then added the butter and powdered sugar till I had a soft icing consistency. The white chocolate helped it "set up" and be nice and smooth.
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Other messages in this thread:
- 13783. Individual red velvet cakes with flowing cream cheese frosting? Do ya think this would work - Marg CDN - 6:49pm on 02/13/09 (8)
- I know it would work... [LINK] - Tessie in Cincy - 7:29pm on 02/13/09
- You mean Paula Deen went for the no-butter version?! ;o) [NT] - DawnNYS - 8:14pm on 02/13/09
- Don't be silly...she doesn't make anything without it, does she? [NT] - Tessie in Cincy - 10:22pm on 02/13/09
- go for it. I added some white chocolate chips to some cream cheese and heated it in the microwave a - AngAk - 7:41pm on 02/13/09
- Me too! It gave it a nice texture didn't it. [NT] - DawnNYS - 8:12pm on 02/13/09
- yes. kept the icing nice and smooth, firm but not hard. does that make sense? [NT] - AngAk - 8:19pm on 02/13/09
- Marg, my grandma always put cream cheese icing on the red velvet cakes... - Richard in Cincy - 9:26pm on 02/13/09
- Oh good. Thanks all. [NT] - Marg CDN - 10:29pm on 02/13/09