Cake Batter Frosting. How to Make Cake Batter Frosting Since this recipe uses boxed cake mix, you'll need to bake the cake mix to kill any possibly bacteria in the raw flour. We used a yellow cake mix to flavor our Cake Batter Buttercream Frosting but you could use any cake mix type. Since there is raw flour in the cake mix it is best to heat treat the cake mix before you use it in the frosting.
Add in confectioners sugar one cup at a time, beating well between each addition. You can put it on cupcakes or cakes (double the cake flavor!), swirl it in ice cream, eat it by the spoonful, dip pretzels in it, stuff it in a cookie. Cake batter frosting really kills two birds with one stone. You can have Cake Batter Frosting using 3 ingredients and 2 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Cake Batter Frosting
- You need 1 cup of Boxed Cake (powder), pick the one you like the most.
- Prepare 3 tbsp of Milk or almond milk.
- It’s 1 of Food coloring and sprinkles (optional).
In the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment, mix the butter on medium speed until smooth. Turn the speed to low and add the cake mix, powdered sugar, and cream, mixing until just combined. Turn the speed back up to medium and beat for an addition minute, until the frosting is smooth and creamy. To make this cake batter frosting, I started by using the The Best Vanilla Buttercream Frosting ever.
Cake Batter Frosting step by step
- Mix dry batter and milk together with a an electic mixer until you achieve the desired texture. You can add milk or batter depending on what texture you're looking for..
- Keep refrigerated. Enjoy! :).
It's a typical frosting that is made with softened butter and confectioner sugar. It's easy to make and whip up. Canned frosting can be incorporated into cake batter for a twist on the standard cake-mix cake. Use one can of prepared frosting for every one boxed cake mix. Ingredients for the cake mix stay the same.