Cheryl, I’m so glad you enjoyed the recipe! Also good to know that butter works well too. Thanks Marianna. , LOVE this frosting recipe and I am vegan. Although the frosting does stay moist after frosted, I found it does kind of stiffen up and becomes harder to spread after a little while so use right away. I am glad you enjoyed the recipe, Erin. The almond butter sounds like a great option too. Thank you. ? I really appreciate that you tried to share it on Facebook. Thanks for sharing. Ever since I transitioned into only keeping natural sweeteners in my house (honey, maple syrup, agave nectar, and coconut sugar) and have cut back on  how much sugar I eat I have found that most traditional frostings are way too sweet for me now. Privacy Policy Honey is not vegan. Thank you for the kind review! If it ends up being to thick simply add a little milk (I use almond milk), or if it’s too runny add a little more cocoa powder and play around with it until you get the right consistency. Spread easily in the cake is delicious! Don’t worry about the 3 star rating from before. Thanks! Thanks so much for sharing. You explained that honey was not vegan and to use maple syrup instead, if you are a vegan. AND if you’re looking for another vegan frosting made with wholesome ingredients and refined sugar free try my Vegan Cashew Frosting on for size! Also it piped beautifully and is nice and shiny ^__^ super win, That’s awesome to hear, Georgi! I like try that you use alternatives to refined sugar. This vegan frosting is seriously so good! unfortunately I don’t think there is a way to edit it once you submit the comment. This is a delicious frosting! For a sweeter chocolate frosting you could try my vegan “buttercream” frosting made with cashews. Store in a covered dish or container in the refrigerator until ready to use. I’d love to use your frosting recipe as a sort of chocolate “shell” to spread atop a PB silk pie. Hi Kristy, unfortunately I don’t have a vegan cupcake recipe. Very quick and easy unlike other recipes! Awesome! At that point, I figured since I was stirring with a spoon, I would try going to the stick blender and add milk. Peppermint extract would be delightful, maybe some cinnamon for warmth, or even instant coffee for a mocha flavor! Would this be good? Try visiting this page in a Javascript-enabled browser: https://www.bigoven.com/recipe/white-chocolate-frosting/187315. I added too much almond milk and ran out of cocoa powder so I added pb powder and it was so delicious! Hope this helps. I can’t believe it! Heat in 30-second increments until melted and smooth. . Sorry for the long comment. 3 tablespoons would have been sufficient. ", "Everything is very open with a very clear explanation of the challenges. Mix the corn starch and almond milk together in a blender and add to a saucepan. . . No need to turn to complicated and time-consuming frostings. . I am so glad to hear that everyone enjoyed your cupcakes! Great share! Do you even know how much powdered sugar goes into a traditional frosting?! Yuck, I can’t imagine only eating the frosting now. Love that you added cognac, I bet that was delish! I also have cacao butter, but we have a coconut allergy. Thank you so much Danielle, I am glad to hear that you enjoyed the recipe so much. I hope that clears things up. It is meant to be a very dark chocolate frosting that isn’t very sweet. Used semi sweet and regular chocolate chips mix instead of white chocolate...super fast, easy and yummy. So much deliciousness, I think you need to invite me over to share ;)! That’s awesome. I love it. And with these, efficient cleaning that turns carpets into their pristine condition is achieved. Could I replace the melted coconut oil with an equal amount of melted butter? Katie […], Your email address will not be published. Yes, I know that honey is not vegan. Thanks! My daughters are requesting it for their own […], […] ingredients for the frosting recipe I had selected, so I found and have continued to use this 5 Minute Vegan Chocolate Frosting instead. It was perfect. So quick, easy, and delicious. Thanks so much Emily! Brilliantly quick, simple and tasty, perfect for our cake, thank you. Try using this frosting with dairy-free ​cakes for birthdays, parties, or just because. Did not have maple so local honey did superb. 1) Do you think the frosting would work for such a purpose? Find recipes for your diet. Plus you can add other flavor elements – alone the frosting is really rich in chocolate flavor but I have enjoyed adding orange zest to it. I really do appreciate that you commented again to give it a 5 star rating! Added to my recipes ? Thank you!! This buttercream tastes just like white chocolate but is dairy-free and uses no refined sugars! That being said, the frosting is so quick and easy to make that you could start out with one batch of frosting and if you end up needing more you could easily make more.