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Store bought frosting can be too thick and not easy to spread. Add a half to whole container of COOL WHIP and it gets a whole new look and creamy texture! Yummy!

Store bought frosting can be too thick and not easy to spread. Add a half to whole container of COOL WHIP and it gets a whole new look and creamy texture! Yummy!

Only 2 ingredients brings a sweet & tangy flavor combination that melts in your mouth! This is a must-try for all lemon lovers!   2 Ingredient Lemon Fudge

Only 2 ingredients brings a sweet & tangy flavor combination that melts in your mouth! This is a must-try for all lemon lovers! 2 Ingredient Lemon Fudge

How fun are these Mini Easter Egg Cakes? The best part is they are made from store bought cake! Plus, you can decorate them as much or as little as you want. These are great for a fun Easter celebration with your friends and family!

How fun are these Mini Easter Egg Cakes? The best part is they are made from store bought cake! Plus, you can decorate them as much or as little as you want. These are great for a fun Easter celebration with your friends and family!

Making flavored whipped cream at home is so simple you'll wonder why you ever used store-bought - Infographic, Illustration

Making flavored whipped cream at home is so simple you'll wonder why you ever used store-bought - Infographic, Illustration

Make store bought icing taste like home made! For a tub of frosting, spoon out all of it into a medium-sized bowl. 1. Add 1/4 cup of powdered sugar 2. Add 1.5 teaspoons of vanilla 3. Using a mixer, beat the frosting for 2-3 minutes making sure the powdered sugar and vanilla is well combined. If tinting frosting with food dye, add the dye when you add the powdered sugar and vanilla. The powdered sugar helps to “stiffen” the frosting making it easier to use with pastry bags.

Make store bought icing taste like home made! For a tub of frosting, spoon out all of it into a medium-sized bowl. 1. Add 1/4 cup of powdered sugar 2. Add 1.5 teaspoons of vanilla 3. Using a mixer, beat the frosting for 2-3 minutes making sure the powdered sugar and vanilla is well combined. If tinting frosting with food dye, add the dye when you add the powdered sugar and vanilla. The powdered sugar helps to “stiffen” the frosting making it easier to use with pastry bags.