Last Updated on January 15, 2022
A visitor to a bakery’s website follows the instructions for making frosting and then tries to put it on top of their cake. They end up with a mess, like that seen in the picture at left: lumpy, uneven clumps from which some pieces have fallen off. What cause this?
The “how to get rid of powdered sugar lumps in frosting” is a question that has been asked many times. This post will give you the steps on how to fix lumpy frosting.
What do I do if my cream cheese frosting is lumpy?
A: If your cream cheese frosting is lumpy, you can try adding more cream cheese to the mixture and mixing it again. You may also want to add in some powdered sugar or a bit of cornstarch to help with the texture.
The “butter lumps in frosting” is a problem that can occur when making homemade frosting. To fix the issue, you need to beat the butter and sugar together for about 10 minutes until it becomes light and fluffy.
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