Top Rated Frosting Recipes

Caribbean Cake with Peanut Butter Frosting
"A sweet cake to present to family or friends, who come over for a visit." — Jay Christian, author of Hollywood Celebrity Recipes.
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Who says the grill is just for barbecued meats? This very simple, super indulgent recipe is perfect for anyone that likes to combine warm and satisfying desserts with fresh and zesty fruits. Plus, hello orange frosting. It  doesn't get more summery than that!
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4.5
This frosted float coffee recipe is made with hot coffee, vanilla ice cream and hot cocoa mix and is topped with whipped cream. Recipe courtesy of Ready Set Eat 
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4.5
Turn innocent cupcakes into scary black spiders with black-tinted frosting, black string licorice and other assorted candies.Recipe courtesy of McCormick.
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4.5
Pupcake
Bake these adorable pupcakes for Fido’s next birthday: We promise he’ll love them.This recipe is courtesy of Crazy for Crust.
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4.5
coconut cupcakes
Cream cheese frosting isn’t only for carrot cake recipes. You can use it on coconut cupcakes, too, like with this Coconut Cupcake With Cream Cheese Frosting!
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Mint
Begin the ganache a day ahead to allow time for the fresh mint leaves to infuse their flavor into the cream. Need a shortcut? Skip the fresh mint infusion and make plain ganache frosting. Flavor it with a drop or two of mint oil or some peppermint extract, to taste. Adapted from “Chewy Gooey Crispy Crunchy Melt-in-your-Mouth Cookies” by Alice Medrich.
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Malted Milk Chocolate Stout Float
Channel the luck of the Irish and enjoy one of these (adults only) ice cream floats this St. Patrick’s Day.Click here for more dessert recipes.
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Chocolate-Tabasco Cupcakes with Cinnamon Frosting
For a fun little prank, give these cupcakes to the spice-shy and tell them it's a chocolate cupcake. Then, sit back and watch the fireworks fly. In truth, however, these cupcakes aren't that spicy. The Tabasco adds a pleasant background heat that complements the chocolate nicely. Serve with a shot of whiskey for a good time. See all chocolate recipes. Click here to see Cupcakes Galore.
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3.666665
Old-school, well-loved recipe cards.
My mom has one of those old-school red plastic recipe boxes in the cabinet — the same red box she's been keeping recipes since I can remember. It's filled with index cards, dog-eared and wrinkled, aged and dotted, her neat cursif blotted and fading. I hardly know how she refers to them, peering down through glasses that invariably rest at the tip of her nose.  These are 'legacy recipes,' things passed down from my grandmother, Helen Bovino, who has certainly taught us both more about cooking, canning, and farming than we can remember. I'm not familiar with all the recipes in that red box, but here's one that's very dear to me: Supreme Devil's Food Cake. It's the cake I look for every year for Christmas and on birthdays. Two layers of moist, not-too-sweet cake covered with airy frosting and coconut. I can eat the whole thing, and usually try.
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3.4
Pumpkin Cupcakes
While for many people, the coming of autumn means fall foliage, comfy sweaters, and hot apple cider, to me the changing of the season means one thing: it's pumpkin time! Pumpkin is one of my favorite flavors, and when the weather cools, it's time to incorporate it into as many dishes as possible. These cupcakes are a tasty way to welcome the chilly temperatures. The cake is moist and not too sweet and the decadent maple cream cheese frosting is homey and delicious. And that little crumble of Heath bar on top just takes them over the edge. Whip up these cupcakes for a taste of fall's best flavors all in one bite. Click here to see Cupcakes Galore.
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