Quick and Easy Buttercream Frosting

After failing numerous times, I finally found the perfect recipe for buttercream frosting that works for me. With this recipe, you can add food coloring gel to make any color you desire.

In addition, you can add dry ingredients such as coffee, matcha, taro and more if you watch to get fancy.

Wildgrain Orange Cranberry Biscuits with Buttercream Frosting

I love putting Buttercream Frosting on desserts that are sweet, savory and tangy! As you see above, I added a drizzle of the frosting on Orange Cranberry Biscuit I got in my Wildgrain Box.


Discount Code Information: $10 off the first box PLUS a free extra sourdough loaf in every box for the life of their subscription.⁣

Wildgrain Box includes different Sour Dough Breads, fresh hand-cut pasta and desserts! Honestly the best deal!

Prep:15 mins

Total:15 mins


Yield:2 1/2 cups


115 g (8tbsp)butter
180 g (3/4 cup)confectioner’s sugar
1 tbsp cream
½ tsp vanilla extract
1 pinch salt
Note: You can add any type of milk in substitution for cream


  1. Cream room temperature butter with a hand mixer or stand mixer with the paddle attachment or wooden spoon  until smooth and creamy.
  2. Add sifted confectioners sugar, salt, and beat on low until incorporated. Then turn the speed to high. Add vanilla and cream or milk. Continue beating until fluffy.

Enjoy! If you make it, tag me on Instagram @eatwhateveryouwant

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