Idioms about frosting
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How to use frosting in a sentence
While a picnic-specific cake didn’t bring up any immediate associations, it still implied a treat that was easy to transport and eat, and not laden with rich, meltable frosting.A Blueberry-Glazed Cornbread Cake That Proves the Side Dish Can Be Dessert|Joy Cho|July 9, 2021|Eater
Sometimes served cold, sometimes not, the cookies are surprisingly hefty but rarely dry, and thick, immobile pads of rosy frosting render each one tooth-achingly sweet.The Great Pink Sugar Cookie Rivalry of Southwestern Utah|Carlye Wisel|May 26, 2021|Eater
I finished the entire roll and used my finger to eat the remaining bits of frosting.
I served the cinnamon rolls fresh from the oven, just like the recipe described, and drizzled the frosting on top.
I prefer a conservative approach, wanting the cake layers and frosting to complement one another.
Flecks of frosting tumble in slow motion to light on his belly, which gently swells beneath a black sweater.
For a little balance, people can try the Cinnabon Delights – i.e. little donuts heaped with frosting.
And when it premièred she made a kind of birthday cake, with only the single word “HAPPY” spelled out in frosting.Kickstarter's 'Veronica Mars Movie Project' a Smash Success|Michael Daly|April 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Just grab a big brush, pen, spray paint can, fat chalk, or cake frosting, find a blank, legal surface, and go to town.
For the frosting, combine the butter and sugar until smooth, then stir in the coffee.
Marriage ought to have some frosting besides what's on the wedding cake.The Opened Shutters|Clara Louise Burnham
I think a tomato can sandwich, and some brown paper cake with paste frosting on would be nice.Uncle Wiggily's Travels|Howard R. Garis
The logs are the soft, brown color of good gingerbread, and the little windows must be made of sugar frosting.The Automobile Girls in the Berkshires|Laura Dent Crane
Cover with plain white frosting and ornament with icing in any desired way.Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 4|Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences
Much of the surface was crusted with a fine frosting; it was full of wells deep enough to sink a man in.Over the Rocky Mountains to Alaska|Charles Warren Stoddard