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by Andrea Witthoeft February 14, 2020 0 Comments

Pretty Pink Natural Buttercream Frosting

 It's time to show some LOVEN from your OVEN, the season for all those pretty pink sweets for your sweet-heart is just around the corner ;). To truly love those with a sweet tooth, you must give them something that does not only satisfy your beloveds sugar cravings!

Yes, all those beautiful swirled pink cupcakes, frosted cakes, glazes doughnuts & those iced pink, super sweet sugar cookies do bless your taste buds, yet they defiantly DO NOT bless your insides.

As you think you're treating yourself while enjoying these pretty pink treats, do you ever think how these colors came to be? Sadly if we are unaware, or just uneducated like most of us.

Petroleum, also known as, synthetic food dye, artificial food coloring-dye, and artificial flavoring. Petroleum is what they use for coloring many un-natural COLOURED foods/desserts. These food dyes are a very toxic chemical. Petroleum is the same chemical we use on a daily bases to gas-up are cars!!!

WATCH MY VIDEO TUTORIAL HERE :)

"May FOOD be they MEDICINE, and MEDICINE is they FOOD" This is how God designed it, we must EAT what He has given us, so that we may thrive, NOT just survive. My goal is to make you all aware of the beautiful gift that God has given us under our very feet, colorful fruits & vegetables. And you probably know me by now, I always try to re-create the un-readable and unhealthy ingredients into wholesome, natural ingredients that come from God's vegetation to bless, heal, and nourish our bodies.

Okay, let's play and make plenty of pretty PINK icings, frostings, and glazes for your beloved! It is quite simple, actually very simple ;). First things first, grab some organic raspberries, most likely frozen since they are not in season. Next, you will need a small saucepan or pot, a fork, and lastly a strainer.

makes 3-4 Table Spoons of pink raspberry dye

RECIPE

INGREDIENTS:
  • 1 1/2 cups raspberries (organic)
  • 1tbsp water
INSTRUCTIONS:
  1. Measure out raspberries.
  2. Place raspberries in a small saucepot on low heat.
  3. Add 1tbsp of water, and let simmer for 1-2 minutes.
  4. Using a fork, press down raspberries until completely mashed down.
  5. Remove pot from heat. In a medium-size down, with a sifter over it, spatula our cooked down raspberry mash into the strainer.
  6. With a large spoon, press raspberries into the strainer.
  7. Once you have worked all the raspberries though, you should end up with a heaping tablespoon of raspberries seeds.
  8. Discard the remainder of raspberries seeds.
  9. On the bottom of the strainer, use your spoon to scrape off extra raspberries sauce into your bowl.
  10. You can use right away, add 1-2 tbsp in your buttercream frosting or some icing for a cookie, or even add into your white glaze to make a pretty pink!
  11. NOTE: The more raspberry sauce you add the darker pink it will get ;)

If you want to know how to make the most delicious perfect, fluffy Keto Buttercream every time, then come watch my full ButterCream Video Tutorial Here!

I wanted to give you two more PRETTY PINK, and super simple recipes that you can incorporate into your keto Valentine's baking. Stay tuned for the next few weeks baking shows.  I will be showing you how to make the most fluffy keto doughnuts, AND soft and light keto sugar-cookies!

PINK KETO DOUGHNUT GLAZE:
  • 1 cup Lakanto Powdered Sugar (sifted)
  • 2tbsp coconut milk (any dairy-free milk)
  • 1tbsp raspberry dye
  • 1tsp vanilla extract (pure)
PINK KETO ICING:
  • 1 1/2 cups Lakanto powdered sugar (sifted)
  • 2tbsp coconut milk (any dairy-free milk)
  • 1tbsp raw honey
  • 1tsp vanilla extract (pure)
  • 1tbsp raspberry pink dye

Okay, now you know how easy, and more importantly HEALTHY it indeed is to make plenty of pretty pink sweet treats.

B L E S S I N G S

Andrea Witthoeft | BAKERLITA

 



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