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Light and airy, sugary and sweet, nothing can top a sliver of homemade cake. But no cake is complete with out the accompaniment of some frosting. Some would argue that cake is simply a tasty vessel on which to carry their beloved frosting. Madeleine, author of the blog Madeleine's Madeleines and gluten free baker, shares her simple, yet flavorful, recipe for Lemon Buttercream Frosting.
Made with softened butter and powdered sugar, the buttercream frosting requires only two components, fat and sugar. Despite its name, "cream" isn't frequently used as an ingredient, but rather it refers to the creamy texture produced by mixing the ingredients together at high speeds.
With Easter and spring on the horizon, light and delicate pastries are soon to come. Add this Lemon Buttercream Frosting, an elegant blend of sweetness with a hint of lemon, to your next vanilla cake or top your next batch of homemade sugar cookies. We promise you'll be looking for ways to incorporate this light and airy frosting into many more of your tasty treats.
2 sticks Butter, softened
3 cups Confectioners Sugar (also known as Powdered Sugar)
1 tablespoon Lemon Zest
2 tablespoon Lemon Extract
1 tablespoon Lemon Juice
1. Mix two sticks of butter in a stand mixer for one minute.
2. Add the confectioner sugar and mix together.
3. Add lemon zest, extract and juice to the mixer.
4. Mix until light and fluffy.
Recipe courtesy of Madeleine of Madeleine's Madeleines, 2013.
Hi, my name is Madeleine and I am a 17-year-old unofficial cook and baker. I have loved to cook for years, something which probably stemmed from all the years baking with my grandmother and visiting h