Hy-Vee 

Hy-Vee Creamy Milk Chocolate Frosting 16 oz

NET WT 16 OZ (1 LB) 454 g
075450052978
Bioengineered
About this Product
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Features And Benefits

  • Per 2 Tbsp: 140 calories; 3 g sat fat (14% DV); 30 mg sodium (1% DV); 21 g total sugars.

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Product Instructions
Easy-to-Use Directions: For easier spreading, use frosting that is at room temperature. Stir frosting before using. Cakes should be completely cooled before they are frosted. Frosts 13x9-inch cake, 8- or 9-inch two-layer cake or 24 to 32 cupcakes. 1. To frost layer cake, brush loose crumbs off cooled cakes. 2. Place 1 layer top side down on serving plate and spread with about 1/4 cup of frosting. 3. Place second layer top side up on frosted bottom layer. Spread sides of cake with very thin coating of frosting to seal crumbs. 4. Spread remaining frosting on sides and top of cake. 5. Cover any remaining frosting and refrigerate up to 30 days. Store frosting in a cool place.

General Information

Product Allergens

According to the FDA, the most common food allergens are milk, peanuts, eggs, fish, crustacean shellfish, soy, tree nuts, wheat and sesame.

  • Soy
  • Contains: soy.
Sustainability

140

Calories

3

Sat Fat (g)

30

Sodium (mg)

21

Total Sugars (g)


  • Sugar, Vegetable Shortening (Contains One or More of the Following: Hydrogenated Soybean Oil, Soybean Oil and/or Hydrogenated Cottonseed Oil), Water, Corn Syrup, Cocoa (Processed with Alkali). Contains 2% or Less of Each of the Following: Cornstarch, Mono and Diglycerides (with Preservative Mixed Tocopherols, Ascorbic Acid, Citric Acid), Salt, Polysorbate 60, Potassium Sorbate (Preservative), Dextrose, Citric Acid, Natural and Artificial Flavor, Soy Lecithin, Agar.

According to the FDA, the most common food allergens are milk, peanuts, eggs, fish, crustacean shellfish, soy, tree nuts and wheat.