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Cake decorating: 3 fun new ways to frost your cakes (1958)

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3 fun new ways to frost your cakes - Cherry blossom frosting

3 fun new ways to frost your cakes - 1958

The frosting makes the cake!
Cake decorating: How to make plaid frosting

Betty Crocker Fluffy White Frosting mix beats right up into stiff, snowy “7-minute” frosting. No cooking!

To make a plaid pattern, dip string in food coloring. Hold taut and press into frosting. Repeat. Use new string for each color.

ALSO SEE: Get the classic 7-minute frosting recipe, plus a dozen variations to try

3 fun new ways to frost your cakes - Plaid frosting


Cake decorating: Cherry blossom frosting

Use new Cherry Fluff Frosting — party pink, bright with cherries! Save 1/2 cup frosting; add red food coloring. Half fill teaspoon with frosting. With second spoon, ease each “petal” onto cake. Center flowers with yellow sugar.

3 fun new ways to frost your cakes - Cherry blossom frosting


Cake decorating: Hobnail fudge frosting

Betty Crocker Chocolate Fudge Frosting mix costs less than buying the ingredients yourself. For “hobnails,” press down with bowl of a teaspoon, swirl slightly; draw up sharply.

ALSO SEE: Sweet! More than 100 classic cake recipes for every occasion

3 fun new ways to frost your cakes - Hobnail fudge frosting

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