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Cinnabon Frosting

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Rating: 5/5 5 stars
10 reviews
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ready in: under 30 minutes
serves/makes:   6 cups
  

recipe id: 29742
Cinnabon Frosting Recipe
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ingredients

2 cups margarine
2 cups cream cheese
4 cups powdered sugar
2 teaspoons lemon juice
2 teaspoons vanilla extract

directions

Allow margarine and cream cheese to reach room temperature. Beat cream cheese and margarine together in a bowl with a mixer. Slowly add in all powdered sugar. Once all of the sugar is in the bowl mix for AT LEAST an additional 12 minutes. When almost done, add in the extracts.

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nutrition

53 calories, 4 grams fat, 4 grams carbohydrates, 0 grams protein per tablespoon. This recipe is low in sodium.
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Excellent texture and flavor. I have made this twice now, once on cinnamon rolls and once on cupcakes. I will be making it again since it's so simple. The second time I made it I used butter since I didn't have any margarine and there was no notable difference so you can use either I believe with the same results.



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I love this frosting, it works great on cinnamon rolls of course but I have used it on other desserts as well (just made a pound cake with it as the frosting). I love how simple it is to make. I've used low fat cream cheese in it with good results too.



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Used this on carrot cake cupcakes and it was delicious. One question though, it says "add in the extracts" (plural). Is there supposed to be something else added?



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LOVE this recipe! I have tried 2 other cinnamon roll frostings in the past and by far this is the BEST! Definitely a keeper!



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I've made this recipe 10 times and every time it is perfect! I use it on monkey bread and cinnamon rolls. It tastes better than Cinnabons!



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I added another 8oz cream cheese to give more of cream cheese taste



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Member since: May 16, 2008
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This is wonderful on my homemade cinnamon rolls. It makes a LOT of frosting, freezes well.



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Nov 30, 2007

Rachel
COMMENT:
I used to work at a Cinnabon. It was a few years back so I don't remember the recipie exactly but I know that they actually use fondant sugar as opposed to powdered sugar. I don't know if that is regularly available in the grocery store, but it makes the frosting a little bit thicker if you use the fondant.



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This has to be the best frosting I have ever had! I bought some cinnabon rolls, and used this frosting because it tastes better then the original.



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I have to say that this is the best frosting for cinnamon I've found. Almost better than the original too!



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I must say this is the closest youll get by far. I should know I work at Cinnabon!!



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