Extravagant White Chocolate Frosting

White chocolate frosting can be used for a most delightful wedding cake filling. It's so easy to make you won't even believe it.  

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The best seller of all my cakes has been and continues to be an orange butter cake with white chocolate icing and filling.

With the addition of raspberries it's a slice of heaven. This recipe starts with a batch of Italian meringue buttercream or the easy buttercream recipe on this website. I will link to those below for you. 

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Melt the white chocolate and oil in a double boiler over low heat, stirring constantly. Add the melted chocolate to the buttercream and mix well. 

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About White Chocolate

  • White chocolate is not considered "real chocolate" at least not in the U.S.  because it is not made with cocoa solids. High quality brands are made with cocoa butter, such as Lindt and Tobler.
  • It contains 30% fat, 30% milk solids and 30% sugar. It also contains vanilla and lecithin.
  • Be very careful when melting white chocolate because of the milk content. Excessive heat changes the protein in the milk resulting in a lumpy chocolate.
  • Always melt it slowly over warm(125 degrees F) water, stir it often to prevent crusting, and use it soon as it is melted.
  • You can use white chocolate the same as dark chocolate. Chocolate leaves, curls and decorations.

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