Easy Apple Pops Recipe

Easy Apple Pops Recipe. This apple recipe is just wonderful. The fabulous combination of apples and chocolate on a stick make for a simple to make, delicious snack, lunchbox treat, or apple dessert for kids and adults alike. Chocolate covered apples - natures nearly perfect food!


This apple recipe is just wonderful. The fabulous combination of apples and chocolate on a stick make for a simple to make, delicious snack, lunchbox treat, or apple dessert for kids and adults alike. Chocolate covered apples – natures nearly perfect food!

Easy Apple Pops Recipe

It’s apple season here in New York State!! Apple season starts as early as July and runs through the very end of October here. “We” have apple trees on “our” hunting land, and Hubby will pick them and bring them home for me to make amazing apple treats! They are organic apples as we do not spray. They actually taste pretty good and aren’t full of bugs (unlike the pear trees – blech).

Apple crates ready to ship. Photo taken by AnnEnetitledLife.com


Apple crates ready loaded on a truck for delivery. Photo taken by AnnEnetitledLife.com


New York State grows more than one billion pounds of apples per year, and many are delivered fresh to your store. In addition, pick-your-own apple picking is big business in my area. If you live in New York State, you may want to pack the kids in the car and take a drive to pick your own apples! Click here to see where you can pick your locally grown apples in New York State.

Ok, so now you have picked up a bag of apples and your kids are clamoring for something to make with them! Well, I’ve got a lot of amazing apple recipes on the blog including Apple Brown Betty (my favorite! I make two and freeze one for later), Baby Apple Walnut Pies Recipe (so cute, and truly simple to make!), and Apple Cinnamon Waffles Recipe (what an amazing breakfast!). ”

But sometimes, you just want something super simple. That is where these easy apple pops come in. The fabulous combo of apples and chocolate on a stick make for a simple to make, delicious snack for kids and adults alike. Chocolate covered apples – natures nearly perfect food!

Notes:

Lots of notes because there are lots of options with this recipe!

• Lemon juice will stop your apples from browning. In this case, you can simply swipe the lemon over each side of the apple to reduce the lemony taste tossing in juice may produce. If you would like to toss in lemon juice, by all means, do so!

• If you are not sure how fast the candy melts in your local grocery store turnover, buy some Wilton chocolates. They are a great consistency and generally easier to work with.

• If your chocolate melts are not smoothing out as you would like, add a touch of vegetable oil and heat again (this would be the third round).

• The chocolate is drizzled over the apples in this recipe so not full coverage. You can dip if you like!

• You can use chopped nuts, cherries, etc in place of, or in addition to, the mini chocolate chips!

Easy Apple Pops Recipe. This terrific apple recipe is just wonderful. The fabulous combination of apples and chocolate on a stick make for a simple to make, delicious snack, lunchbox treat, or apple dessert for kids and adults alike. Chocolate covered apples - natures nearly perfect food!


Easy Apple Pops Ingredients:

• 2 Apples (Each apple makes 3-4 slices)
• ½ Lemon
• 1 cup Melting White Chocolate
• ¼ cup Mini Chocolate Chips

Easy Apple Pops Mise en Place:

• Knife
• Cutting Board
• Microwave Safe Bowl
• Small Bowl
Measuring Cup
• Spoon
Lollipop Sticks
• Baking Tray
• Wax Paper

Easy Apple Pops Recipe. This apple recipe is just wonderful. The fabulous combination of apples and chocolate on a stick make for a simple to make, delicious snack, lunchbox treat, or apple dessert for kids and adults alike. Chocolate covered apples - natures nearly perfect food!


Easy Apple Directions:

• Slice apples to ½” thickness.
• Remove seeds and the inner portion of the apple around the seed, as well as the stalk.
• Swipe each side of your apple with t
he inner portion of a cut lemon to reduce browning.
• Insert a lollipop stick into the base of the apple slice evenly.
• Lay a layer of wax paper on a baking tray.
• Place mini chocolate chips in a bowl near the wax paper covered surface.

Easy Apple Pops Recipe. This terrific apple recipe is just wonderful. The fabulous combination of apples and chocolate on a stick make for a simple to make, delicious snack, lunchbox treat, or apple dessert for kids and adults alike. Chocolate covered apples - natures nearly perfect food!


• Place a cup of white chocolate melts into a microwave safe bowl. Heat in the microwave for 30 seconds, stir. Heat in microwave for another 30 seconds; stir. Repeat a third time if not smooth. Check the consistency of your chocolate. If smooth, do not heat further. If it still does not stir and drip smoothly heat one more time.

Easy Apple Pops Recipe. This terrific apple recipe is just wonderful. The fabulous combination of apples and chocolate on a stick make for a simple to make, delicious snack, lunchbox treat, or apple dessert for kids and adults alike. Chocolate covered apples - natures nearly perfect food!


• Drizzle the melted white chocolate over the apple slices using a spoon (as much or as little as you would like). Sprinkle a few mini chocolate chips over the wet white chocolate drizzle. Repeat for all your apples.

Easy Apple Pops Recipe. This terrific apple recipe is just wonderful. The fabulous combination of apples and chocolate on a stick make for a simple to make, delicious snack, lunchbox treat, or apple dessert for kids and adults alike. Chocolate covered apples - natures nearly perfect food!


• Place it in the fridge for at least 3-5 minutes so the chocolate hardens.

Easy Apple Pops Recipe

This apple recipe is just wonderful. The fabulous combination of apples and chocolate on a stick make for a simple to make, delicious snack, lunchbox treat, or apple dessert for kids and adults alike. Chocolate covered apples - natures nearly perfect food!
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 2 minutes
Additional Time 5 minutes
Total Time 17 minutes

Ingredients

Yield: 4 servings
  • 2 Apples (Each apple makes about 3-4 slices)
  • ½ Lemon
  • 1 cup Melting White Chocolate
  • ¼ cup Mini Chocolate Chips

Instructions

• Slice apples to ½" thickness.

• Remove seeds and the inner portion of the apple around the seed, as well as the stalk.

• Swipe each side of your apple with the inner portion of a cut lemon to reduce browning.

• Insert a lollipop stick into the base of the apple slice evenly.

• Lay a layer of wax paper on a flat baking tray.

• Place mini chocolate chips in a bowl near the wax paper covered surface.

• Place a cup of white chocolate melts into a microwave safe bowl. Heat in the microwave for 30 seconds, stir. Heat in microwave for another 30 seconds; stir. Repeat a third time if not smooth. Check the consistency of your chocolate. If smooth, do not heat further. If it still does not stir and drip smoothly, heat one more time.

• Drizzle the melted white chocolate over the apple slices using a spoon (as much or as little as you would like). Sprinkle a few mini chocolate chips over the wet white chocolate drizzle. Repeat for all your apples.

• Place it in the fridge for at least 3-5 minutes so the chocolate hardens.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

4

Serving Size:

2 slices

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 0
Easy Apple Pops Recipe. This terrific apple recipe is just wonderful. The fabulous combination of apples and chocolate on a stick make for a simple to make, delicious snack, lunchbox treat, or apple dessert for kids and adults alike. Chocolate covered apples - natures nearly perfect food!



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Beer and Sauerkraut Cupcakes Recipe

Beer and Sauerkraut Cupcakes Recipe. Sounds weird, tastes great!! This unusual chocolate cupcake is so, so good. The cocoa, beer, and sauerkraut combination makes for an exquisite pairing you have simply must try! Easy to make, this beer cupcake recipe is unique and fabulous.


Sounds weird, tastes great!! This unusual chocolate cupcake is so, so good. The cocoa, beer, and sauerkraut combination makes for an exquisite pairing you have simply must try! Easy to make, this beer cupcake recipe is unique and fabulous.

Beer and Sauerkraut Cupcakes Recipe

Do not let this crazy ingredient cupcake recipe put you off. It is DELICIOUS!!! While beer cakes are not unusual, the sauerkraut is certainly a bit of an odd ingredient in a cupcake. But, you cannot taste or smell sauerkraut brine in the cupcakes you have cooked in the oven. Once baked, the sauerkraut tastes like candied peel. The frosting is simply divine. Your friends and family will be asking for a second, and third, cupcake!

This is the ultimate in Oktoberfest food – a cupcake that contains both beer and sauerkraut! While you can find many main dish Oktoberfest recipes, an Oktoberfest dessert is more difficult to find. Until now.

Ok, so when my niece gave me this recipe last year, I went on a hunt to learn more about Dutch Processed Cocoa Powder, and why I should use it. Dutch Processed Cocoa is also called alkalized, European style, or Dutched cocoa. There is a lot of information out there about Dutch Processed Cocoa Powder, but this seemed to be the easiest for me to understand:

Dutch-process cocoa powder starts with cocoa beans that have been washed in alkaline solution of potassium carbonate. This wash neutralizes their acidity. So, dutch-process cocoa powder is neutral. Because it is neutral, it does not react with baking soda. It’s often paired with baking powder.

Alkalizing cocoa makes it darker in color, mellow in flavor, and dissolves easily into liquids. Oreo cookies are made from dutched cocoa! Yum.

Read more at Sally’s Baking Addiction

Dutch process cocoa has a smoother, more mellow flavor that’s often associated with earthy, woodsy notes. There are also heavily Dutched “black” cocoa powders that bring the cocoa powder to an alkaline level of 8. Since Dutch process cocoa isn’t acidic, it doesn’t react with alkaline leaveners like baking soda to produce carbon dioxide. That’s why recipes that use Dutch process cocoa are usually leavened by baking powder, which has a neutral pH.

Read more at Serious Eats

And yes, there is baking powder as well as baking soda in this recipe.

Beer and Sauerkraut Cupcakes Recipe. Sounds weird, tastes great!! This unusual chocolate cupcake is so, so good. The cocoa, beer, and sauerkraut combination makes for an exquisite pairing you have simply must try! Easy to make, this beer cupcake recipe is unique and fabulous.


Beer and Sauerkraut Cupcakes Ingredients:

• 2/3 cup Unsalted Butter, softened
• 1½ cup Sugar
• 3 Eggs
• 1 cup Beer (stout is best)
• 1 tsp Vanilla
• ½ cup Dutch Processed Cocoa Powder
• 2¼ cup Sifted Flour
• 1 tsp Baking Powder
• 1 tsp Baking Soda
• 2/3 cup Sauerkraut

Beer and Sauerkraut Cupcakes Mise en Place:

Cupcake Pan (18)
Cupcake Liners (to fit the pan)
Stand Mixer + paddle attachment (you can use a whip if you like)
Measuring Cup
Measuring Spoons
• Spatula
Sifter
• Bowl

Beer and Sauerkraut Cupcakes Recipe. Sounds weird, tastes great!! This unusual chocolate cupcake is so, so good. The cocoa, beer, and sauerkraut combination makes for an exquisite pairing you have simply must try! Easy to make, this beer cupcake recipe is unique and fabulous.


Beer and Sauerkraut Cupcakes Directions:

• Line cupcake pan cups with 18 cupcake liners. Set aside.
• Preheat oven to 350°.

Beer and Sauerkraut Cupcakes Recipe. Sounds weird, tastes great!! This unusual chocolate cupcake is so, so good. The cocoa, beer, and sauerkraut combination makes for an exquisite pairing you have simply must try! Easy to make, this beer cupcake recipe is unique and fabulous.


• Using paddle attachment on your stand mixer, cream 2/3 cup Unsalted Butter and 1½ cup Sugar until smooth.

Beer and Sauerkraut Cupcakes Recipe. Sounds weird, tastes great!! This unusual chocolate cupcake is so, so good. The cocoa, beer, and sauerkraut combination makes for an exquisite pairing you have simply must try! Easy to make, this beer cupcake recipe is unique and fabulous.


• Add 3 eggs – one at a time, beating until well mixed scraping down the sides as needed.

Beer and Sauerkraut Cupcakes Recipe. Sounds weird, tastes great!! This unusual chocolate cupcake is so, so good. The cocoa, beer, and sauerkraut combination makes for an exquisite pairing you have simply must try! Easy to make, this beer cupcake recipe is unique and fabulous.


• Add 1 cup beer.
• Add 1 teaspoon vanilla.
• Sift together ½ cup Dutch Processed Cocoa Powder, 2¼ cup Sifted Flour, 1 tsp Baking Powder and 1 tsp Baking Soda in a separate bowl.

Beer and Sauerkraut Cupcakes Recipe. Sounds weird, tastes great!! This unusual chocolate cupcake is so, so good. The cocoa, beer, and sauerkraut combination makes for an exquisite pairing you have simply must try! Easy to make, this beer cupcake recipe is unique and fabulous.


• Gradually add sifted dry ingredients to wet ingredients.

Beer and Sauerkraut Cupcakes Recipe. Sounds weird, tastes great!! This unusual chocolate cupcake is so, so good. The cocoa, beer, and sauerkraut combination makes for an exquisite pairing you have simply must try! Easy to make, this beer cupcake recipe is unique and fabulous.


• Fold in sauerkraut by hand.

Beer and Sauerkraut Cupcakes Recipe. Sounds weird, tastes great!! This unusual chocolate cupcake is so, so good. The cocoa, beer, and sauerkraut combination makes for an exquisite pairing you have simply must try! Easy to make, this beer cupcake recipe is unique and fabulous.


• Fill prepared cupcake pan cupcake cups with batter, approximately 2/3 – ¾ full.

Beer and Sauerkraut Cupcakes Recipe. Sounds weird, tastes great!! This unusual chocolate cupcake is so, so good. The cocoa, beer, and sauerkraut combination makes for an exquisite pairing you have simply must try! Easy to make, this beer cupcake recipe is unique and fabulous.


• Bake for 15-20 mins until tester comes out smooth.

Beer and Sauerkraut Cupcakes Recipe. Sounds weird, tastes great!! This unusual chocolate cupcake is so, so good. The cocoa, beer, and sauerkraut combination makes for an exquisite pairing you have simply must try! Easy to make, this beer cupcake recipe is unique and fabulous.


• Cool on baking rack.

Beer and Sauerkraut Cupcakes Recipe. Sounds weird, tastes great!! This unusual chocolate cupcake is so, so good. The cocoa, beer, and sauerkraut combination makes for an exquisite pairing you have simply must try! Easy to make, this beer cupcake recipe is unique and fabulous.


Beer and Sauerkraut Cupcakes Recipe. Sounds weird, tastes great!! This unusual chocolate cupcake is so, so good. The cocoa, beer, and sauerkraut combination makes for an exquisite pairing you have simply must try! Easy to make, this beer cupcake recipe is unique and fabulous.


Beer and Sauerkraut Cupcakes Recipe

Sounds weird, tastes great!! This unusual chocolate cupcake is so, so good. The cocoa, beer, and sauerkraut combination makes for an exquisite pairing you have simply must try! Easy to make, this beer cupcake recipe is unique and fabulous.
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes

Ingredients

Yield: 18
  • 2/3 cup Unsalted Butter, softened
  • 1½ cup Sugar
  • 3 Eggs
  • 1 cup Beer (stout is best)
  • 1 tsp Vanilla
  • ½ cup Dutch Processed Cocoa Powder
  • 2¼ cup sifted Flour
  • 1 tsp Baking Powder
  • 1 tsp Baking Soda
  • 2/3 cup Sauerkraut

Instructions

• Line cupcake pan cups with 18 cupcake liners. Set aside.

• Preheat oven to 350°.

• Using paddle attachment on your stand mixer, cream 2/3 cup Unsalted Butter and 1½ cup Sugar until smooth.

• Add 3 eggs - one at a time, beating until well mixed scraping down the sides as needed.

• Add 1 cup beer.

• Add 1 teaspoon vanilla.

• Sift together ½ cup Dutch Processed Cocoa Powder, 2¼ cup Sifted Flour, 1 tsp Baking Powder and 1 tsp Baking Soda in a separate bowl.

• Gradually add sifted dry ingredients to wet ingredients.

• Fold in sauerkraut by hand.

• Fill prepared cupcake pan cupcake cups with batter, approximately 2/3 - ¾ full.

• Bake for 15-20 mins until tester comes out smooth.

• Cool on baking rack.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

18

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 0

• Frost with the Chocolate Beer Frosting recipe below!

Chocolate Beer Frosting Recipe

Make this fabulous homemade frosting the next time you are looking for a unique frosting recipe for your cake, brownies, or bars. This chocolate beer frosting recipe is simple to make, and is ready in just a few minutes. This chocolate frosting can be piped, textured, petaled, used a smooth frosting and more!
Prep Time 15 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes

Ingredients

Yield: 3 cups
  • ½ cup Unsalted Butter, softened
  • 3½ cups Powdered Sugar
  • 1/3 cup Dutch Processed Cocoa Powder
  • 1/8 tsp Salt
  • 1/3 cup Beer (stout is best)

Instructions

• Using the paddle attachment on your stand mixer, cream butter and half (1¾ cups) of the powdered sugar.

• Add 1/3 cup Dutch Processed Cocoa Powder, 1/8 tsp salt and about 1/3 (about 2 tablespoons) of the beer. Beat until smooth.

• Alternated adding the remaining powdered sugar (1¾ cups) and beer (about 3 tablespoons + 1 teaspoon) and beat until fluffy.

• Frost cooled cupcakes, cakes, brownies, etc.

• This frosting can be flat (smooth) frosted, put in a piping bag and piped, or textured.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

24

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 0

Beer and Sauerkraut Cupcakes Recipe. Sounds weird, tastes great!! This unusual chocolate cupcake is so, so good. The cocoa, beer, and sauerkraut combination makes for an exquisite pairing you have simply must try! Easy to make, this beer cupcake recipe is unique and fabulous.


Need another cupcake recipe? You may enjoy these easy to make, from-scratch cupcake recipes:

Carrot Cake Cupcakes Recipe – A moist and scrumptious carrot cake recipe. These from scratch carrot cake cupcakes are a taste of spicy deliciousness that are easy to make. Frosted or unfrosted this carrot cake recipe is simply fabulous.

This Perfect Chocolate Cupcake Recipe really is perfectly delicious! So chocolately good, moist and flavorful – your entire family will love these chocolate cupcakes.

Raspberry Rose Cupcakes – These Raspberry Rose Cupcakes are as delicious as they are adorable. The buzz will be strong when you serve these Raspberry Rose Cupcakes at your next family function, after dinner dessert or packed in a school lunch box!


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Chocolate Beer Frosting Recipe

Chocolate Beer Frosting Recipe. Make this fabulous homemade frosting the next time you are looking for a unique frosting recipe for your cake, brownies, or bars.  This chocolate beer frosting recipe is simple to make, and is ready in just a few minutes. This chocolate frosting can be piped, textured, petaled, used a smooth frosting and more!


Make this fabulous homemade frosting the next time you are looking for a unique frosting recipe for your cake, brownies, or bars. This chocolate beer frosting recipe is simple to make, and is ready in just a few minutes. This chocolate frosting can be piped, textured, petaled, used a smooth frosting and more!

Chocolate Beer Frosting Recipe

This unique, easy to make chocolate and beer frosting recipe pairs perfectly with this Beer and Sauerkraut Cupcakes Recipe! (Also unique, but wow is it good!)

I think this chocolate beer frosting is comparable to a buttercream frosting for spreading. It is made with butter, but the beer is used for the liquid, and not cream.

You “should” have enough frosting for 24 cupcakes, a 13″x9″ pan cake or brownies, or an 8″ double round cake. The yield is approximately 3 cups. As with all frosting recipes, if you like a thicker layer of frosting on your treat, make more frosting! You do not necessarily need to make a double batch, a batch and a half is usually enough for most frosting lovers. Even me. I eat cake for the frosting! I am not kidding. I cannot tell you how often I will eat all the frosting off of a piece of cake and leave 80% of the cake behind! For me, cake is simply the holder of my frosting.

Chocolate Beer Frosting Recipe. Make this fabulous homemade frosting the next time you are looking for a unique frosting recipe for your cake, brownies, or bars.  This chocolate beer frosting recipe is simple to make, and is ready in just a few minutes. This chocolate frosting can be piped, textured, petaled, used a smooth frosting and more!


Chocolate Beer Frosting Ingredients:

• ½ cup Unsalted Butter, softened
• 3½ cups Powdered Sugar
• 1/3 cup Dutch Processed Cocoa Powder
• 1/8 tsp Salt
• 1/3 cup Beer (stout is best)

Chocolate Beer Frosting Mise en Place:

Stand Mixer + paddle attachment (you can use a whip if you like)
Measuring Cup
Measuring Spoons
• Spatula

Chocolate Beer Frosting Recipe. Make this fabulous homemade frosting the next time you are looking for a unique frosting recipe for your cake, brownies, or bars.  This chocolate beer frosting recipe is simple to make, and is ready in just a few minutes. This chocolate frosting can be piped, textured, petaled, used a smooth frosting and more!


Chocolate Beer Frosting Directions:

• Using the paddle attachment on your stand mixer, cream butter and half (1¾ cups) of the powdered sugar.

Chocolate Beer Frosting Recipe. Make this fabulous homemade frosting the next time you are looking for a unique frosting recipe for your cake, brownies, or bars.  This chocolate beer frosting recipe is simple to make, and is ready in just a few minutes. This chocolate frosting can be piped, textured, petaled, used a smooth frosting and more!


• Add 1/3 cup Dutch Processed Cocoa Powder, 1/8 tsp salt and about 1/3 (about 2 tablespoons) of the beer. Beat until smooth.

Chocolate Beer Frosting Recipe. Make this fabulous homemade frosting the next time you are looking for a unique frosting recipe for your cake, brownies, or bars.  This chocolate beer frosting recipe is simple to make, and is ready in just a few minutes. This chocolate frosting can be piped, textured, petaled, used a smooth frosting and more!


Chocolate Beer Frosting Recipe. Make this fabulous homemade frosting the next time you are looking for a unique frosting recipe for your cake, brownies, or bars.  This chocolate beer frosting recipe is simple to make, and is ready in just a few minutes. This chocolate frosting can be piped, textured, petaled, used a smooth frosting and more!


• Alternated adding the remaining powdered sugar (1¾ cups) and beer (about 3 tablespoons + 1 teaspoon) and beat until fluffy.

Chocolate Beer Frosting Recipe. Make this fabulous homemade frosting the next time you are looking for a unique frosting recipe for your cake, brownies, or bars.  This chocolate beer frosting recipe is simple to make, and is ready in just a few minutes. This chocolate frosting can be piped, textured, petaled, used a smooth frosting and more!


• Frost cooled cupcakes, cakes, brownies, etc.
• This frosting can be flat (smooth) frosted, put in a piping bag and piped, or textured.

Chocolate Beer Frosting Recipe

Make this fabulous homemade frosting the next time you are looking for a unique frosting recipe for your cake, brownies, or bars. This chocolate beer frosting recipe is simple to make, and is ready in just a few minutes. This chocolate frosting can be piped, textured, petaled, used a smooth frosting and more!
Prep Time 15 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes

Ingredients

Yield: 3 cups
  • ½ cup Unsalted Butter, softened
  • 3½ cups Powdered Sugar
  • 1/3 cup Dutch Processed Cocoa Powder
  • 1/8 tsp Salt
  • 1/3 cup Beer (stout is best)

Instructions

• Using the paddle attachment on your stand mixer, cream butter and half (1¾ cups) of the powdered sugar.

• Add 1/3 cup Dutch Processed Cocoa Powder, 1/8 tsp salt and about 1/3 (about 2 tablespoons) of the beer. Beat until smooth.

• Alternated adding the remaining powdered sugar (1¾ cups) and beer (about 3 tablespoons + 1 teaspoon) and beat until fluffy.

• Frost cooled cupcakes, cakes, brownies, etc.

• This frosting can be flat (smooth) frosted, put in a piping bag and piped, or textured.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

24

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 0

Chocolate Beer Frosting Recipe. Make this fabulous homemade frosting the next time you are looking for a unique frosting recipe for your cake, brownies, or bars.  This chocolate beer frosting recipe is simple to make, and is ready in just a few minutes. This chocolate frosting can be piped, textured, petaled, used a smooth frosting and more!


Need another frosting recipe? You may enjoy these easy to make, from-scratch frosting recipes:

Classic Vanilla Buttercream Frosting Recipe – Classic, versatile, delicious vanilla buttercream frosting! The ideal frosting for cakes, cookies, cupcakes can be colored, sprinkled, piped and decorated to complete your sweet, perfectly.

Cream Cheese Frosting Recipe – Delicious, smooth and creamy cream cheese frosting! Colored or natural, cream cheese frosting ads a delicious tang to your favorite cakes, cupcakes and breakfast baked goods.


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