Recipe by Carol
"Frosting for General Robert E. Lee Cake or use your own white or lemon cake recipes. Enough to cover the sides and top of a 4 - 9 inch layer cake."
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I loved this frosting its pretty good but I only give it 4 satrs because The 6 cups of confectioners sugar are way of, I dont know how 6 cups could be the recipe I only used 2 cups and it came out perfect and quite sweet already! You can also add food coloring to eat anda decorate your cakes!
it was just okay. I had to add A LOT of lemon juice to give it any flavor besides confectioner's sugar.
I love this recipe, and I always use it with yellow cake.
This recipe is awesome! I always use it with our orange peel cookies!
Loved it! I made the recipe as it except I left out the lemon peel and orange peel. I used Earth Balance butter since my son is allergic to dairy. I added one tablespoon more of the orange juice and lemon juice to get it at the consistency that I wanted. Colored and frosted it on a gingerbread cake for Christmas. Looks great! I will be using this one again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Lemon Orange Frosting
Serving Size: 1/20 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 20
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 23
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