Cover of Magic Recipes BookletHere is the second page of the vintage cookbooklet “16 Magic Recipes With C and H Magic Frosting Sugar” (the cover is marked as Page 1). Date of the booklet is unknown since there’s no publish date printed anywhere on the booklet.

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16 MAGIC RECIPES
WITH C and H Magic
FROSTING SUGAR

Page Two of BookletPERFECT HOME-MADE FROSTING AS EASY ‘N QUICK AS A MIX!

Use this new Magic Sugar to make smoothest-ever frostings with electric mixer or spoon. When using mixer, to make larger or smaller amounts, see one-step “Mixer Method.” For hand mixing, simply follow “Hand Method” below the “Easy Measurement Table.”

4-MINUTE BUTTERCREAM FROSTING

MIXER METHOD

Measure all ingredients shown in columns 1, 2 and 3 into mixer bowl; beat 1 to 2 minutes until smooth and fluffy. If too stiff, beat in a few drops more liquid.

EASY MEASUREMENT TABLE

1. 2. 3.
For 2-layer cake 1 pkg. (4-1/2 level cups) Magic Frosting Sugar
1/4 teasp. salt
1/4 cup milk*
1 teasp. vanilla
4 to 6 tablesp. soft butter or margarine.
(1/2 to 3/4 stick)
For 8″ or 9″ square or top of 13″ x 9″ cake 3 level cups Magic Frosting Sugar
Dash of salt
2 tablesp. milk*
1 teasp. vanilla
3 to 4 tablesp. soft butter or margarine.
(1/3 to 1/2 stick)
For a few cup cakes or cookies 1-1/2 level cups Magic Frosting Sugar
dash of salt
1 tablesp. milk*
1/2 teasp. vanilla
2 to 2-1/2 tablesp. soft butter or margarine.
(1/4 to 1/3 stick)

HAND METHOD

Measure sugar and salt into bowl (column 1).
Add measured amount of liquid (column 2) and stir until sugar is moistened, making a stiff paste. Then add soft butter (column 3) and beat until smooth and creamy. If too stiff, just stir in a few drops more liquid.

*Use fruit juices or other liquids, and flavorings as desired, in place of milk and vanilla.

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