I have to admit, I love Buttercream Frosting in all of its sweet goodness but, sometimes, its nice to enjoy something a bit different. Today, we step back to days of old for this truly old fashioned, light and fluffy, meringue frosting.
Seven Minute Frosting is a truly unique taste that should bring back many memories of those cakes and cupcakes your mom, grandmother or favorite aunt might have made. It’s light, fluffy like marshmallow cream texture, isn’t real sweet but, it does have that sugar kick to it. You can easily add a little food coloring to use it for all types of cakes and cupcakes and, you can even add a little flavoring to kick up the taste a notch.
I’m going to use this Seven Minute Frosting, along with some coconut, for a classic style Coconut Cake just to show you some of its versatility.
Wait… my mind just flashed back to days of “pieing” when, the Three Stooges and Soupy Sales use to toss pies all across the room in some hilarious food fight scenes. Remember those? I’m not suggesting you use this recipe for that though. But, it IS plenty versatile.
You’ll find many variations for making Seven Minute Frosting in older cookbooks and across the Internet. Many call for making it in a double boiler but, we’ll do it without one today. It’s very simple and, it really does only take about 7 minutes to make it. Spread it on cake layers, sheet cakes, cupcakes and more for a traditional type frosting that isn’t going to taste like every other cake at the local Bake Sale
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