Crumb coat a cake

what type of frosting is best to use to crumb coat a cake?

From the editor:

Hi,

Just use a slightly thinned down buttercream to crumb coat a cake. Let it set for at least a couple of hours, but preferably overnight. This will allow the filling and the crumb coat to firm up and give you a good foundation to decorate on.

Good luck.

Regards,
Michelle (editor)

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