Chocolate Hazelnut Buttercream

by Chrislyn

I wanted to do the chocolate hazelnut buttercream however, I did not have Nutella at hand. I did get it the next day and put my prepared buttercream in the refrigerator, now how do I defrost the buttercream so I can mix my Nutella to make the chocolate hazelnut buttercream? Please help.

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Mixing Flavors In Buttercream
by: Michelle (admin)

Hi Chrislyn,

OK, it's very easy to mix in flavors after your buttercream has been refrigerated. You can either:
1. leave it out on the counter to reach room temperature before mixing in the nutella or, if you're impatient like me...
2. put the buttercream back in your mixer and mix for a couple minutes until it's softened up a little, then add the nutella and mix until well combined.

Hope this helps.

Regards,
Michelle

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