No powdered sugar? Try a whipped buttercream instead! Whipped buttercream is a light and fluffy spin on the traditional buttercream frosting. It starts with a cooked base and uses granulated sugar in place of powdered sugar. The resulting frosting has the texture of a light whipped cream with the flavor of a sweet vanilla buttercream. In other words, it's frosting perfection! Get the recipe from i heart eating.
It doesn't get much more classic than rich chocolate buttercream frosting! Just five simple ingredients and 20 minutes are all it takes to make this frosting from Beyond Frosting.
Don't throw out your leftover maraschino cherry juice! Use it to give your buttercream frosting a beautiful pink hue with this easy recipe from Mom on Timeout.
The cooked egg yolk and syrup base makes this buttercream incredibly smooth and silky. Don't let the extra cooking time deter you; this buttercream is worth the extra effort.
This buttercream frosting gets a double dose of buttery goodness from the sweet, buttery caramel sauce and the butter in the base of the frosting. Pair this frosting with your favorite apple or pumpkin cake for the ultimate seasonal dessert! Find the recipe here.
The red coloring and subtle cocoa flavor combine to give this Red Velvet Buttercream its distinct look and flavor. Get the recipe from Wine & Glue.
Try a little of this Rum Raisin Brown Sugar Buttercream Frosting on your next batch of oatmeal cookies for an over-the-top cookie experience. Get the recipe from An Edible Mosaic.