The Best Frosting Recipe EVER #baking
If you’re stuck at home ‘cos of the rain in Cali, and you have power, try this! My own creation: Princess Rosebud’s Nocciolata Buttercream Frosting.
What’s Nocciolata, you say? Keep reading…
“This was your best cake EVER!”
That’s what my family said. It was unanimous. Tugboat man, Angel Boy, DIL. Super chocolate-y and nutty, everything they love.
So Good. So Organic. Creamy, Dreamy Nocciolata.
It’s actually quite simple. Quality ingredients produce superior taste. Only certified organic ingredients go into each jar of creamy, dreamy Nocciolata.
That means no chemicals, no artificial flavors, no GMOs, and absolutely zero palm oil.
They use only carefully selected ingredients like dark chocolate from the Antillean Islands, Italian hazelnuts (16%), brown sugar, skim milk, and Bourbon vanilla extract.
Enjoy Nocciolata any time of day. Try it in the morning on toast, or on a crusty bread for a delicious afternoon snack.
***My son’s fave snack is a regular-sized flour tortilla generously spread with Nocciolata. Simply roll and enjoy!
It tastes very similar to Nutella with a well-balanced chocolate and toasted hazelnut flavor, but when it comes to texture, Nocciolata stands alone.
I was sent product to sample and review. As always, I received no compensation, and all opinions are my own.
Nocciolata is the perfect special ingredient for cakes, crepes, cookies, muffins, and many more recipes.
I baked a standard yellow layer cake (from scratch of course) as a canvas for my invention: Princess Rosebud’s Nocciolata Buttercream Frosting. It was THE BEST.
Princess Rosebud’s Nocciolata Buttercream Frosting
- 1/3 cup soft butter (this is not vegan but you can use Earth Balance)
- 2 cups sifted powdered sugar
- 4 tablespoons Nocciolata
- 2 tablespoons cocoa
- 1 tablespoon cold coffee
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1 teaspoon (or more) Amaretto
Cream butter, add Nocciolata. Sift powdered sugar with cocoa. Add and mix slowly until it’s completely incorporated (or your kitchen will end up covered in sugar haha.) Add coffee, vanilla, Amaretto. Whip until creamy and smooth. Try not to eat it all before your cake is frosted!
Add a ring of ground almonds. Simple. Elegant. Scrumptious.
It tastes very similar to Nutella, with a well-balanced chocolate and toasted hazelnut flavor, but when it comes to texture, Nocciolata stands alone.
Would you like to win a jar? All you have to do is visit their website here.
Originally published at enchantedseashells.com on December 11, 2014.