Showing Off My Baking Skills with Cool Whip Frosting

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Cool Whip Frosting Princess Cupcakes

Let me begin by admitting that I’m not what you’d call an “expert” baker. Oh sure, I can whip up a batch of ready-to-bake chocolate chip cookies and I’ve made a pumpkin pie or two for Thanksgiving but I’m no Martha Stewart. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy the challenge of using that big, hot box known as the “oven,” but I’ll never create 99 percent of the stuff I drool over on my Pinterest feed.

So when I got the chance to put Kraft Cool Whip Frosting to the test, I chalked it up as a fun opportunity to bake some cupcakes for our two-year-old. Then I realized that they’d be the first homemade cupcakes she’d ever had. Suddenly the pressure was on.

To make the experience extra special, we bought Cinderella on DVD (just released from the Disney vault!) and decided to make not just regular cupcakes, but princess cupcakes. I wasn’t 100 percent sure what “princess cupcakes” would be, but I was pretty sure they’d be pink and sparkly.

Truth be told, I wasn’t even aware that Cool Whip made a frosting. I was definitely aware of their whipped cream, but the frosting was new to me. But when I went to the grocery store, there it was, in the freezer section right next to the rest of the Cool Whip products. It’s available in three flavors – vanilla, chocolate and cream cheese – but I chose the vanilla frosting because I planned to add a little red food coloring to make it pink.

Cool Whip Frosting

Fast forward a few minutes, and the cupcakes had been baked (none were burnt!) and ready to be frosted. With a little help from a $5 frosting kit and some sprinkles, the cupcakes turned out even better than I had expected.

Unlike regular cake and cupcake frosting, the Cool Whip frosting was much lighter and creamier. It was very much like the Cool Whip whipped cream, but just a little thicker and a little sweeter. What I liked most about it was that it spread very easily. I also liked that it wasn’t as dense as regular frosting, which gave the cupcakes a much lighter, airier taste and texture.

Cool Whip Frosting Princess Cupcakes

So creamy!

So what did our two-year-old princess think about her princess cupcakes? She loved them, which made this inexperienced baking momma very happy.

Feel free to check out my entire princess cupcake baking adventure on my Google+ photo album.

For inspiration for your own dessert-making adventures, feel free to follow Kraft on Facebook. And if you don’t mind drooling on your keyboard, you can also follow Cool Whip Frosting on Pinterest. Looking for recipes? Join the #CoolWhipFrostingTwitter Party 10/25 @ 12pm EST! #CBias

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  1. These look amazing (Like professional looking!) How do you apply the frosting so good?

    They look delicious!

  2. These look super delish! Now I want cupcakes, lol.

  3. They look super cute and princessy!

  4. Those look so yummy (and cute too!!)

  5. YUMMY, I will have to bookmark this recipe for later 🙂

  6. I didn’t even know that cool whip had frosting. That’s cool. I may try it if they give a coupon.

  7. I agree… these look professional! You did a great job! And I didn’t know until yesterday that Cool Whip did frosting, and I can’t wait to try it.

  8. Looks super yummy…didn’t even know they had this kind of frosting.

  9. I wasn’t aware Cool Whip had a line of frosting. I will look for that the next time I bake a cake and try it out. Thank you!

  10. Wow, these look soo pretty! You did a good job Mama! I love the look on her face as she is nibbling the frosting. She even eats it just like a princess, dainty 🙂 Mine would have been face first, gobbling it down, lol.

  11. Momma on the Rocks Momma on the Rocks says:

    Thanks, guys! You will love the frosting. It’s the only one I’ll buy from now on. It’s super delicious!

  12. They look great!

  13. THOSE LOOK SO GOOD! I had no idea cool whip made frosting. My problem is not eating all the frosting while the cupcakes bake. YUM.

  14. Those look delicious. Thanks for sharing. I’ll be baking cupcakes for my daughter’s b-day soon!!

  15. THIS is something this lack luster, hate to bake, chick could do!!!

  16. Those are gorgeous! Wonder if Cool Whip frosting is avalable in Canada yet? I have some carrot cupcakes to make with the boy, and a little bit of orange food coloring to make them “Halloween-y” would be awesome.

  17. I absolutely love this frosting! I’ve been trying it out this week too! Oh goodness it is delicious! Plus it’s really easy to use and my kids love it too!

  18. Those look so good. I’m sure any little princess would love them

  19. They look so yummy!

  20. Man, now I want some Cool Whip frosting. In a bowl. With a spoon. NOW! LOL They look so good!

  21. I usually make my own frosting, but that’s seriously tempting.

  22. Beautiful cupcakes! I LOVE the new Cool Whip Frosting!

  23. The look yummy and u decorated them so pretty!! In had no idea Cool Whip had frosting!

  24. That looks absolutely delicious! I never knew Cool Whip had frosting- I thought it was just used as a topping- awesome!

  25. Those do look professional. I am going to have to look for that $5 decorating kit. Glad the little princess enjoyed them.

  26. Those look fantastic!

  27. Ooooh! Cool Whip makes frosting? I am all over that! I hope they have it at my grocery store – YUMMY! Wish me luck…I have no sweets in the house and I am about to click your link to visit their Pinterest page!

  28. Seriously!!!! They look like they came out of a cookbook!! Super job!

  29. Those look so yummy!!! I can’t wait to try this out!

  30. Way to go, Mom! Your princess cupcakes turned out lovely and my 16 Diva, I mean, princess is now giving this Mom the eye for a batch to enjoy! Thank you so much for sharing your sparkly pink day 🙂

  31. The cupcakes look fantastic! I am wowed–and now I want to try this frosting!

  32. These look yummy!!

  33. Those look really good. 🙂

  34. Wow! Those look delish!

    I hope you can join in the fun and link to your post during the twitter party on 2/11.

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