White Chocolate Frosting

 



Happy St. Patrick’s Day!! :)


I hope you’re all wearing green.  

 Yes, I’m aware that I look 12, but I’m makin’ St. Patty proud.


Anyway, I hope you’re all celebrating!


I am…



I made you green cupcakes… I wish I could share!  


That may or may not be the same bow from my hair…

But instead, I’ll just keep posting pictures because I took about a billion… approximately.



These are the same cupcakes I made a couple of days ago, but instead of chocolate chips, I used white chocolate, instead of chocolate frosting, I used white chocolate frosting, instead of yellow cake I used white cake, and I used food coloring to dye the cookie dough green!  



This frosting is seriously THE BEST FROSTING I’VE EVER HAD!!!!  Yes, I’m screaming at you.  Seriously, I have no words to describe it because I couldn’t do it justice.  Just make it… you have to. You don’t even need to make something else to put this on, just eat it.  You + white chocolate frosting + spoon =  blissss.  I promise. I tested the equation, it’s accurate.   Call me 


P.S. Thanks for all the comments, guys!  I love comments… it’s like getting a letter.  I get so excited every time I read a new one.  But anyway, my p.s. was meant for this question: Does anyone know how to set the comment section up so I can reply individually to each comment instead of having to post my own separate comment?  Help me, I’m not so tech savvy.


P.P.S.  Q: How can you tell if an Irishman is having a good time?  A: He’s Dublin over with laughter!



White Chocolate Frosting
Jessica at How Sweet It Is
Ingredients

1 stick of butter, at room temperature
2 1/2 cups powdered sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
4 ounces white chocolate (I used six segments of vanilla almond bark and melted it with a tablespoon of oil to make the consistency thinner)
1-2 tablespoons milk (or more if needed)


Instructions
Cream butter in an electric mixer until fluffy, then add vanilla.
Slowly add in powdered sugar on low speed.
Add in melted white chocolate and beat until incorporated.
If at this point it’s not at desired consistency, add in milk a teaspoon at a time on low speed.

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