Orange Pineapple Crush Frosting

Orange PIneapple Crush Frosting

Orange PIneapple Crush Frosting

If you are a fan of sweet and tasty frosting, then you have come to the right place. One day as I was walking through the freezer aisle I saw this frozen concentrate juice and decided to try it. Originally I purchased it to drink…obviously but then curiosity won out. I decided to bring it over to the dark side and make a frosting. It might sound odd to think of it that way but have you ever tried pink lemonade frosting? Ever wonder how they get it to taste like the drink? Ta-da it’s made with the concentrate and yes to make pink lemonade frosting use this recipe but substitute it with frozen pink lemonade concentrate. Look at the two recipes in one 🙂 Anyway, this recipe is seriously incredibly easy and the intensity of the flavor you can adapt by adding more or less of the juice. If you feel that you accidentally added too much liquid and the frosting is thinner than you want just add a little more powdered sugar until you get your desired consistency. Just play around with the recipe, adjust it to how you like it. It is all about experimenting, you never know what tasty creation you can make until you try.

1 Stick Butter Softened
3 Cups confectioners’ sugar
3-4 Tbsp condensed frozen orange pineapple juice 


1. In a medium bowl, using an electric mixer on medium-high speed, beat butter for 1 minute or until light and creamy.

2. Gradually beat in sugar until blended.

3. Add in the frozen concentrate to taste. For more intense color just use food coloring.

4. Voila! You are done. I do recommend putting it in the fridge for at least half an hour so that it can set and become a little thicker for you. It will make it easier to spread.


About Eunice

I like to joke that I am "a well of useless information" but for once I can share that information with people that might want to listen. I love trying new things and now I have an audience to share it with...hopefully. I hope you enjoy what you read :)

Posted on January 31, 2014, in Frostings and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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