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buttercream

[buht-er-kreem] /ˈbʌt ərˌkrim/
noun
1.
a vanilla-flavored cake frosting or filling made principally of softened butter and powdered sugar.
2.
a similar mixture used as a filling for bonbons or to flavor ice cream.
Origin
1950-1955
1950-55; butter + cream
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Examples from the web for buttercream
  • The sweet treat features vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream filling and vanilla cream cheese frosting.
  • It's an almond macaroon, which, once cooled is topped with chocolate buttercream and then dipped in chocolate.
  • Chill remaining buttercream, covered, then bring to room temperature before using.
  • No buttercream, no food coloring, and no diabetic shock after consumption.
  • Together they'll make three flavors of buttercream icing from scratch and learn to decorate cupcakes in various ways.
  • There is sugar on my shoes, and buttercream and chocolate.

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