Pistachio Whipped Cream Frosting
Light and creamy Pistachio flavored frosting that tastes just like Whipped Cream. The pistachio lovers in your life will request this Pistachio Whipped Cream Frosting again and again.
True story. Not huge Pistachio Fans here at Two Sisters. However, the most popular dessert we have ever shared on our Facebook Page was a Pistachio dessert. Wow! Our eyes were opened to the love of Pistachios out in the Two Sisters world. So here is our attempt to jump on the Pistachio Bandwagon. We’ve adapted our popular Whipped Cream Frostings into a yummy Pistachio flavored version. We love how this Pistachio Whipped Cream frosting turned out and we hope you do too!
First, gather your other ingredients: Whipping Cream, a box of Pistachio Pudding and Powdered Sugar.
For best results, put the mixing bowl (stainless steel is the best) you will be using to make the frosting in the freezer for at least an hour prior to making your Pistachio Whipped Cream Frosting. Add the whipping cream to the cold bowl. Mix on high and until soft peaks form. and then add the powdered sugar. Continue to mix on high. Just before you get to stiff peaks add the Pistachio Pudding mix. Lower to a slow speed and continue to mix the whipping cream and the pudding.
This Pistachio Whipped Cream Frosting is absolutely delicious. The pistachio flavor is subtle and perfect. The frosting is light and airy and not too sweet. Yum!
- 2 cups (1 pint) Whipping Cream
- 1 Small Box (3.3 oz.) Pistachio Pudding Mix
- 1/3 cup of Powdered Sugar
- Decorating Bags
- Wilton 2D Decorating Tip
- Add Whipping Cream to a chilled mixing bowl.
- Turn mixer on high. Mix until soft peaks form.
- Add Powdered Sugar.
- Mix at high speed.
- Just before you get to stiff peaks add the Pistachio Pudding Mix.
- On slow speed, mix whipping cream and pudding.
- When it starts to come together, stop mixer and scrape down sides.
- Check to make sure the pudding hasn't clumped on the bottom.
- Fold mixture a couple of times with a spoon.
- Turn mixer back on for just a few revolutions.
- DO NOT OVERMIX.
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