BUTTERcream Boards YouTube


BUTTERcream Boards YouTube

Easy Instructions. Make the frosting. Beat the butter with the sugar and vanilla extract until fluffy, about 4-5 minutes. Pipe the frosting. Place the frosting in a Ziploc bag and cut off the tip. Pipe onto a large cutting board in the shape of a cloud. Arrange the rest of the board.


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The buttercream board is perfect for gathering around with family or friends and digging in. Pick up your dipper, run it through the delicious frosting, and eat! It's great for parties, game night, movie night - the possibilities are endless. If you want a more formal serving option or have a larger party, you can place a couple serving.


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With a cheeky Frankenstein face crafted from decadent buttercream and a wicked assortment of sweet and savory dippers, this board is both a trick and a treat. This spook-tacular dessert board is perfect for all of your Halloween festivities! This Halloween dessert board is almost too cute to eat. Almost.


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A buttercream board is the same concept, but better in my opinion, where you pipe buttercream frosting on your board and dip cookies, fruit and anything you desire for a tasty dessert treat.. Ingredients: 1 container of Chocolate Icing ; 1 container of White Icing (you will only need a small amount) GoodCook Sweet Creations 4-Piece OodleTip Star Decorating Bags Set (first tip cut off)


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In a medium bowl, beat confectioners' sugar, butter and vanilla extract on high until light and fluffy (about 5 minutes). Separate the icing into 4 bowls. You'll need about two tablespoons for black frosting, two tablespoons for white frosting, ¼ cup for pink frosting and then the rest will be for grey frosting.


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Instructions. Separate your frosting into 6 bowls. Color each bowl a different color of the rainbow. Place each frosting in a ziploc bag and cut off one tip. If desired, cover your board or tray with parchment paper or wax paper. Pipe your rainbow. Surround the rainbow with dippers, like mini cookies or marshmallows for clouds.


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Instructions. To make the buttercream icing: Use a large mixing bowl and a hand mixer on low speed, beat butter, heavy cream, vanilla extract, and ¼ teaspoon kosher salt. Once combined, add powdered sugar. Once the mixer combines the ingredients, increase the speed to high and continue to mix until light and fluffy.


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Place all frostings into tipless piping or icing bags - one color per piping bag. On a large charcuterie board (pictured here is a 12″ x 20″ board), start by placing a medium circle of brown frosting on the board with a larger circle of brown frosting below it. This will be for the turkey head and body.


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Lets ho ho have a little fun with this. In a medium bowl, beat confectioners' sugar, butter and vanilla extract on high until light and fluffy (about 5 minutes). Separate buttercream frosting into 3 separate bowls. You'll need about 1 tablespoon of frosting to color black and ¼ cup of frosting to color yellow.


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Easy Buttercream Board Recipes. We know butter boards, and they are a great appetizer to share with friends and family. They are boards where you can spread all sorts of butter, from unsalted butter to vegan butter or real butter, homemade butter with herbs — the sky is the limit — and then eat it with warm bread. Yumm!


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Tint the frosting with orange food coloring to achieve a pumpkin hue. Fit a pastry bag or disposable piping bag with a 1 M Pastry Tip and fill it with all of the tinted icing. Start by drawing a circle onto the center of your serving board in icing, creating small short dollops.


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Step-by-Step Instructions. Step 1: Make the frosting. - Using a stand mixer or hand mixer, beat softened butter on high speed for 2 minutes until pale and fluffy. Add salt. Add powdered sugar half a cup at a time (to avoid a sugar cloud erupting all over you), beating well after each addition.


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In a medium bowl, beat confectioners' sugar, butter, and vanilla extract on high until light and fluffy (about 5 minutes). Separate the buttercream frosting into four separate bowls. You'll need about one tablespoon to color black, two tablespoons of frosting for white, and ¼ cup of frosting for the color red.


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In the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment, add the butter, powdered sugar, cocoa, and milk. Mix on low until combined, then speed mixer up to high for 1 minute or until light and fluffy. Spread the frosting onto a board of your choice with a spatula. Sprinkle with rainbow sprinkles.


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Using a pencil, draw the outline of the bunny face on the parchment. Lightly add some frosting to each corner and turn it (drawing side down) onto the serving plate. Frost the parchment paper design (either by hand or use a piping bag) to fill in the bunny face. Give the bunny 2 black eyes and a pink nose (from decorator icing or jelly beans.


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Divide the remaining frosting into two parts. Dye one red and leave the other white. Place each frosting in a piping bag and cut off the end (no tip needed). Create the blue section of the flag in the tip left corner (height is about half the size of the flag and just under half the width).