If you choose a low-calorie option, there's no reason to pass up your favorite treats. Make low-calorie icing following this recipe.
You will need
- 8 oz. skim milk
- 1/4 c. powdered (or confectioner's) sugar
- 1 package of sugar-free pudding
- 8 oz. sugar-free whipped topping
- Vanilla or almond extract
- 1/4 c. sugar substitute (optional)
Step 1 Measure ingredients Measure out each of the ingredients and place them next to a medium-sized mixing bowl.
Step 2 Dissolve sugar Pour the milk and sugar into the bowl and mix them together until the sugar dissolves.
Substitute the sugar with equal parts of sugar substitute suitable for baking if you prefer sugar-free recipes.
Step 3 Add pudding mix Open the package of sugar-free pudding mix — any flavor you like — and stir it into the sugary milk.
Step 4 Flavor the icing Add a half teaspoon of vanilla or almond extract to flavor the icing with a sweet or nutty taste.
Step 5 Fold in whipped topping Fold the whipped topping into the pudding mix and refrigerate the low-calorie treat until you’re ready to frost your favorite cake or cupcakes. Enjoy low-calorie goodness.
Did You Know:
The first Sugar Act, known as the Jones-Costigan Act, became law on May 9, 1934, to fill the nation’s demand for sugar at reasonable prices.