Easy Vanilla Frosting Recipe For Cake/Cupcakes (Without Whipping Cream)
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Easy Vanilla Frosting Recipe For Cake/Cupcakes (Without Whipping Cream)

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Learn how to make this easy vanilla frosting recipe for cake/cupcakes in a mixer grinder. This cake icing recipe is made without whipping (whipped) cream, butter or beater and is the perfect recipe for beginners.

This vanilla frosting is basically a cream cheese frosting. But instead of using cream cheese, I have replaced it with chhena (fresh paneer). I have used full-fat/cream milk to make this chhena at home. If you want to know how to make chhena at home, then click this link. Then grind this fresh chhena with melted white chocolate, sugar and vanilla essence. Vanilla frosting is ready! Pipe it or spread it over any cake or cupcakes.

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Prep Time: 5 min | Cook Time: 40 sec | Total Time: 5 min 40-sec

Ingredients:

1.5-2 cups chhena, made with 2-litre full-fat/whole milk

200g or 1 cup (approx.) white chocolate, chopped

1-1.5 tbsp butter

2 tbsp icing/powdered sugar

¼ tsp vanilla essence

Milk (for grinding), optional

Method:

To melt the chopped white chocolate:

Add chocolate and butter to a bowl.

Microwave it for 20 seconds. Then give it a good stir.

Check if the chocolate has melted completely. If not, then microwave it again for another 20 seconds.

After that, the chocolate will become smooth and silky. Make sure you don’t overheat it. Otherwise, it might burn.

Keep it aside to cool down a little.

To make the vanilla frosting:

In a grinder jar, add chhena, melted chocolate, icing sugar and vanilla essence.

Grind until it is smooth and creamy.

If it looks a little dry, then pour a few spoonfuls of milk and grind again.

Transfer it to a piping bag (with a star nozzle).

Tip: If it is too soft and not able to hold its shape, then place the frosting in the refrigerator for 10-15 minutes. It will become slightly firm and it will hold its shape better.

Vanilla frosting is ready! Pipe it over any kind of cake or cupcake.

In the next blog post, I’ll share an easy blender chocolate cupcake recipe. So stay tuned!

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Easy Vanilla Frosting Recipe For Cake/Cupcakes (Without Whipping Cream)

Easy Vanilla Frosting Recipe

Sneha Paul
Learn how to make this easy vanilla frosting recipe for cake/cupcakes in a mixer grinder. This cake icing recipe is made without whipping (whipped) cream, butter or beater and is the perfect recipe for beginners.
Prep Time 5 mins
Course Dessert, Ingredient

Ingredients
  

  • 1.5-2 cups chhena made with 2-litre full-fat/whole milk
  • 200 g or 1 cup approx. white chocolate, chopped
  • 1-1.5 tbsp butter
  • 2 tbsp icing/powdered sugar
  • ¼ tsp vanilla essence
  • Milk for grinding, optional

Instructions
 

To melt the chopped white chocolate:

  • Add chocolate and butter in a bowl.
  • Microwave it for 20 seconds. Then give it a good stir.
  • Check if the chocolate has melted completely. If not, then microwave it again for another 20 seconds.
  • After that, the chocolate will become smooth and silky. Make sure you don’t overheat it. Otherwise, it might burn.
  • Keep it aside to cool down a little.

To make the vanilla frosting:

  • In a grinder jar, add chhena, melted chocolate, icing sugar and vanilla essence.
  • Grind until it is smooth and creamy.
  • If it looks a little dry, then pour a few spoonfuls of milk and grind again.
  • Transfer it to a piping bag (with a star nozzle).
  • Tip: If it is too soft and not able to hold its shape, then place the frosting in the refrigerator for 10-15 minutes. It will become slightly firm and it will hold its shape better.
  • Vanilla frosting is ready! Pipe it over any kind of cake or cupcake.

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