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Gordon Ramsay Buttercream Frosting

Buttercream frosting by Gordon Ramsay can be prepared in only 5 minutes, and it’s simple and tasty. It’s ideal for a cake or cupcake frosting, but it’s so rich and satisfying that you might want to eat it with a spoonful.

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Gordon Ramsay Buttercream Frosting
Gordon Ramsay Buttercream Frosting

💗 Why You’ll Love This Buttercream Frosting Recipe:

  • Simple to whip up with a hand or stand mixer.
  • Only four basic foodstuffs are required: sugar, butter, cream, and vanilla.
  • Perfect for frosting cakes and cupcakes with its light and airy consistency.
  • Cream and milk allow for a range of thickness options.

❓ What Is Gordon Ramsay’s Buttercream Frosting Recipe?

Gordon Ramsay’s Buttercream Frosting requires vanilla extract, confectioners’ sugar, unsalted butter, heavy whipping cream, and a pinch of salt. Blending the ingredients together produces a light and airy texture that can be adjusted by adding cream or milk.

Gordon Ramsay Buttercream Frosting
Gordon Ramsay Buttercream Frosting

📜 Gordon Ramsay Buttercream Frosting Ingredients

  • 1 tbsp vanilla 15mL
  • 1 lb confectioner’s sugar 454g
  • 1 cup unsalted butter 225g, room temperature
  • 3 tbsp heavy whipping cream 45mL
  • 1/2 tsp salt

👩‍🍳 How To Make Gordon Ramsay Buttercream Frosting

  1. In a stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment, whip the butter and salt for about a minute. Alternatively, a hand mixer can be used.
  2. Add the confectioner’s sugar gradually, beating on low after each addition. Repeat the procedure after scraping down the bowl.
  3. Mix in the vanilla extract and one spoonful of the cream on low speed.
  4. Keep beating until the mixture is light and fluffy. For a thinner consistency, add additional cream or milk.

💭 Recipe Tips

  • To prevent clogged piping tips, sift your powdered sugar.
  • Make sure the entire mixture is evenly distributed by scraping the bowl.
  • Buttercream, fruit juice, coffee, orange blossom or rose water, melting chocolate, and Oreos are just some of the things that can be flavored.
  • A short whip will do wonders for buttercream that has been sitting for a long time or cooled and brought back to room temperature.
  • Add the whole amount of cream (and possibly a bit more) for an extremely spreadable and extremely smooth icing.
Gordon Ramsay Buttercream Frosting
Gordon Ramsay Buttercream Frosting

🍪 What Goes Well With Buttercream Frosting?

You can’t go wrong with buttercream frosting on your next cake, cupcake, cookie, or pastry, because it goes well with so many other flavors, it can be used in a wide variety of sweets.

🎚 How To Store Leftover Buttercream Frosting?

  • In The Fridge: Refrigerated leftover buttercream frosting can be kept for up to a week if placed in a tightly sealed container.
  • In The Freezer: Leftover buttercream frosting can be stored in a freezer-safe bag for up to 3 months. Refrigerate to thaw, then whip again before using.

🥵 Can You Reheat Buttercream Frosting?

Yes, you can reheat buttercream frosting in the microwave by placing it in a microwave-safe bowl and heating it at 10- to 15-second bursts on the medium or low setting.

FAQs

What is the difference between buttercream frosting and buttercream icing?

Buttercream frosting is thick and fluffy and used to coat cakes. Buttercream icing is thin and ideal for glazing and intricate decorations on baked goods.

Is it better to put milk or water in buttercream frosting?

It’s preferable to use milk, heavy whipping cream, or half-and-half in buttercream frosting for enhanced flavor and a creamier texture compared to water.

Why does my buttercream frosting look like scrambled egg?

Your buttercream frosting may resemble scrambled eggs if the butter or flavoring is too cold or added too quickly, causing the mixture to separate and curdle.

What thickens buttercream frosting?

Powdered sugar is the key ingredient that thickens buttercream frosting, contributing to its consistency and sweetness, while preserving a smooth texture.

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Gordon Ramsay Buttercream Frosting Nutrition Facts

Amount Per Serving:

  • Calories 143
  • Total Fat 7.1g
  • Saturated Fat 4.5g
  • Trans Fat 0.3g
  • Cholesterol 19mg
  • Sodium 2.7mg
  • Potassium 8.5mg
  • Total Carbohydrates 20g
  • Dietary Fiber 0g
  • Sugars 19g
  • Protein 0.2g

Gordon Ramsay Buttercream Frosting

Difficulty:BeginnerPrep time: 5 minutesTotal time: 5 minutesServings:1 servingsCalories:143 kcal Best Season:Available

Description

Buttercream frosting by Gordon Ramsay can be prepared in only 5 minutes, and it’s simple and tasty. It’s ideal for a cake or cupcake frosting, but it’s so rich and satisfying that you might want to eat it with a spoonful.

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. In a stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment, whip the butter and salt for about a minute. Alternatively, a hand mixer can be used.
  2. Add the confectioner’s sugar gradually, beating on low after each addition. Repeat the procedure after scraping down the bowl.
  3. Mix in the vanilla extract and one spoonful of the cream on low speed.
  4. Keep beating until the mixture is light and fluffy. For a thinner consistency, add additional cream or milk.

Notes

  • To prevent clogged piping tips, sift your powdered sugar.
  • Make sure the entire mixture is evenly distributed by scraping the bowl.
  • Buttercream, fruit juice, coffee, orange blossom or rose water, melting chocolate, and Oreos are just some of the things that can be flavored.
  • A short whip will do wonders for buttercream that has been sitting for a long time or cooled and brought back to room temperature.
  • Add the whole amount of cream (and possibly a bit more) for an extremely spreadable and extremely smooth icing.
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