Daub, swoop, and spread this light frosting on anything your heart desires.
By America's Test Kitchen | October 27, 2011
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trying to stay away from corn syrup
It’s four teaspoons of the stuff. Not that big of a deal. Corn syrup is very helpful in a lot of baking for the science of it. Not as bad as HFCS.
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