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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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im having trubble with buying frosting so i dont know what to do please give me a recipe.

thank you all.

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im having trubble with buying frosting so i dont know what to do please give me a recipe.

thank you all.

There is no gluten in Pillsbury Frosting (except coconut pecan). They are owned by Smuckers, a great company who will always list any form of gluten. And Duncan Hines Frostings are gluten free. Just read the label.

Tabz - when you want to find the gluten free status of a product, you can do a search on this site or use Google. You would be amazed on what you can find. :)

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try googling wilton cakes. They have a buttercream frosting recipe that is gluten free and amazing. It's just butter, shortening, confectioners sugar, and vanilla.

side note if you are looking for a basic recipe you can generally find something on google. You will find that google is a great tool for recipes. Especially things like frosting which should be naturally gluten free.

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~Basic Buttercream Frosting~ :

1 stick of butter, margarine, or the equivalent in shortening, such as palm or coconut based, gluten free

1 box of powdered sugar, or the equivalent amount of regular sugar spun in a blender or food processor until it is "powdered"

pinch (about a quarter teaspoon) salt

vanilla extract, gluten-free, teaspoon

liquid, such as water, milk, or nut milk

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Warm the stick of butter until room temperature by letting it set out a little while, but do not melt it. Add salt and vanilla to the sugar, mix. Put some of the powdered sugar into the butter in a bowl, and mash it up with a fork or pastry blender or potato masher, under it is mixed together, then keep adding the sugar to the butter and mashing/mixing, until it is all mixed together. It should be slightly crumbly. Now add very small amounts of water or milk, and stir, until the mixture resembles frosting. It does not take much, so don't add more than a tablespoon at a time.

Makes enough to frost a layer cake or a batch of cupcakes.

Chocolate frosting may be made out of this by adding cocoa powder to the dry sugar mixture before adding it to the butter, or by melting chocolate chips and adding that.

Peanut butter frosting may be made by adding some peanut butter and decreasing the amount of butter slightly, or even using all peanut butter for those avoiding dairy

Honey or maple can be made by adding honey or maple syrup, and decreasing water/milk.

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I did notice that Pillsbury frosting has GLUTEN-FREE on the label, I didn't notice that on the label of the Duncan Hines frosting. Does it say gluten free on the Duncan Hines label?

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I did notice that Pillsbury frosting has GLUTEN-FREE on the label, I didn't notice that on the label of the Duncan Hines frosting. Does it say gluten free on the Duncan Hines label?

Not too sure, but most likely it's gluten free, but you should read the label. Label reading is the key to a recovered life.

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Most recipes for frostings are naturally gluten free such as buttercreams, royal icing and ganache.

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