The Very Best 5-Ingredient Sugar-Free Vanilla Frosting. Sometimes I want to top my low-carb cakes and cupcakes with a frosting that’s slightly less buttery, but still rich and delicious. So I developed this super-velvety 5-ingredient sugar-free vanilla frosting. It’s a tad lighter than regular buttercream frosting but still outstandingly rich (a great fat bomb, too!). And it’s perfect for piping.
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2/3 cup = 160 ml heavy cream
1/3 cup = 80 ml powdered erythritol OR Confectioner’s Style Swerve
3 egg yolks
6 oz = 170 g unsalted butter
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
(optional: pinch unrefined sea salt)
Place the cream, erythritol, and the egg yolks into a small saucepan.
Heat over a low heat, constantly mixing, until the mixture thickens. Don’t let it boil!
Let the custard cool down to room temperature.
When the custard is cool, beat the butter until fluffy and pale.
Add the vanilla extract, the salt (if using), and the custard.
Beat until fluffy, about one to two minutes.
Use immediately as filling or frosting.