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post #31 of 34
she uses a rubber paint roller and viva paper towels. there is a tutorial on here somewhere. it is how she smooths buttercream.
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post #32 of 34
[quote="onlymadaresane"]Seriously I should be able to get this!

It TASTES AMAZING.

However this is what I've got.

http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y182/luvmarried/baking/100_2987.jpg
http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y182/luvmarried/baking/100_2988.jpg


I creamed the 'crisco' (I used off brand with 2.5g sat fat) with warm non dairy creamer with dream whip dissolved in it (about 1/3 c water to start- I've added more because it was SUPER thick) then I added 1cish C&H powdered sugar then I added the rest while on speed 1. Then I cranked it up to 4 and it's still @ 4.

My suggestion to you...is if you want Indydebi's bc to have the best results possible. follow the recipe.....Use Crisco..don't use cheaper store brands....Crisco makes the best icing.....Use milk or half and half...don't use creamer and water....the recipe calls for milk..

I make about 10 batches of this icing each week and it's pretty much fail proof IF you follow the recipe. Don't use water even if you're using non dairy creamer....

Anytime I've read where someone is having problems with this icing it's because they changed or subbed an ingredient. Make it just like the recipe says and it will be perfect everytime.
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post #33 of 34
Indydebi says don't pay attention to how it looks in the bowl...spread it on the cake and smooth it and that's when you see the real results.
post #34 of 34
Thanks for the pictures Deb!
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