Shortcut Cream Cheese Frosting

Posted on November 30, 2009. Filed under: Recipe | Tags: , , , |

Shortcut Cream Cheese Frosting

Ingredients:

  • 2 tablespoons cream cheese
  • 1/2oz(approximately 2 tablespoons) Fluff
  • Sweetener to taste(optional)

In a small container, combine cream cheese and Fluff(I use an all-natural vegan alternative) and whip until light and fluffy. Add a pinch of sweetener if desired.

I don’t think it can get simpler than this. And because I don’t keep a bag of powdered sugar and a high-speed beater in my dorm(shocker), this is like a little taste of home. I add a little vanilla stevia, but it has a perfectly cream flavor without it.

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4 Responses to “Shortcut Cream Cheese Frosting”

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Wow, fluff? Haha, who would have thought? Nice!

just bought a new to tub of cream cheese and now I know what to do with it – thanks evan!

What’s fluff? Is there a substitue I could use? And does it realllly taste like frosting?? šŸ™‚

Fluff is a marshmallow spread. It’s essentially marshmallow in a softer form in a jar. It’s very delicious and gooey and goes great with peanut butter or chocolate. I’m sure there’s something like it in Canada because it’s quite the phenomenon. I was able to find an all-natural one by looking for a vegan brand(regular fluff has egg white in it, although the reason I don’t eat it is the vanillin). Overall I think this is one product that’s worth looking for all-natural because those tend to use really good quality vanilla and it’s just amazing with vanilla bean


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