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Home Cooking

Cooked flour frosting and coconut oil?

tacosandbeer | Aug 19, 201502:34 AM     3

I have only recently started playing around with coconut oil in my baking. I am thinking of trying it in cooked flour frosting, but I am wondering about the low melting point and how this will translate to the frosting's ability to hold up outside the fridge.

Has anyone tried this? I am going to go ahead and make some up next time the spare ingredients/spare time stars are aligned, but in the meantime, if anyone has a reason not to, great!

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