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Marshmallow Frosting Recipe is a fun turn on buttercream with marshmallow creme, making a straightforward, clingy, and sweet Marshmallow Frosting. Immaculate your preferred cupcakes.

These should be Cadbury Egg Cupcakes. You know, similar to the ones spread all around Pinterest. That, in any case, was an epic Pinterest fall flat. I truly should've taken pictures to send in to one of those Pinterest bomb posts. The egg was liquefied and only a hard, gooey mass in the base of the cupcake. So I will need to reexamine that formula and attempt once more! (Possibly I'll have it directly by next Easter!)

Fortunately, despite everything I had an extremely delightful WIN from that experience and that is what I'm sharing today. An astonishing Marshmallow Frosting Recipe! Everyone gets so amped up for the Peeps during Easter-time (my children included!), so I figured it is amusing to make a marshmallow icing to top your non-Pinterest-bomb cupcakes with! Something you could put a Peep over and it would be quite, merry, and above all delectable. This marshmallow icing formula is basically a buttercream blended with marshmallow creme.

Only a fast note about the enhancing: I tried out both almond and vanilla concentrate. The almond concentrate was fantastic, yet I think the vanilla concentrate made it taste more marshmallow-y. Your marshmallow icing will be delectable in any case, yet I simply needed to toss that out there for you!
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Ingredients

  • 2 sticks 1 cup butter, room temperature
  • 1 13 ounce jar marshmallow fluff or creme
  • 4 cups powdered sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon almond or vanilla extract

Instructions

  1. In a large mixing bowl, beat together butter and extract.
  2. Add powdered sugar, and continue beating on medium speed until the mixture resembles a frosting.
  3. When your mixture is creamy, beat in the marshmallow creme. Fair warning: this is going to get a bit sticky.
  4. If you feel your marshmallow frosting is too thick, you can add a tablespoon of milk or cream to thin it out a bit. Likewise, if you think it's too thin, go ahead and add a little more powdered sugar, a quarter cup at a time.
  5. Pipe or spread on top of your favorite cupcakes, and enjoy!

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