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Try mixing the coffee granules with 1 or two tablespoons water. . .
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Posted to Thread #17699 at 1:44 pm on Feb 12, 2010
you can liquefy more coffee granules than you think; the coffee loves water and will dissolve instantly. Use this strong liquid instead of/with any liquid required for spread-ability in you buttercream recipe.
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Other messages in this thread:
- 17699. ISO: Recipe for Mocha Buttercream - deb-in-MI - 8:59am on 02/12/10 (5)
- When I want to make mocha buttercream frosting, I just add - DawnNYS - 10:03am on 02/12/10
- So you add the granules whole and they 'blend' once mixed? - deb-in-MI - 12:03pm on 02/12/10
- I have done this with disolving a tsp of instant in just a tiny bit of hot water, almost a paste. - AngAk - 1:43pm on 02/12/10
- Try mixing the coffee granules with 1 or two tablespoons water. . . - mistral - 1:44pm on 02/12/10
- Yes, I've used powdered that blends pretty well with the frosting, but sometimes I do - DawnNYS - 1:02am on 02/13/10