This Easy Vegan Chocolate Frosting recipe tastes just like a sweet milk chocolate candy bar! This vegan chocolate frosting no butter is perfect for all types of cakes, cupcakes, sugar cookies and more. My kids love chocolate buttercream frosting as a special treat.
Chocolate frosting is my favorite buttercream to make when I am baking things. You can put it on everything that’s a dessert. Chocolate is my go to flavor because everyone loves it. I do have one friend who is allergic to vegan chocolate frosting no butter.
I feel so bad for her she can’t eat chocolate ever! But that’s okay she can have vanilla, lemon, and caramel. But I love this Vegan Chocolate Frosting Recipe. All these vegan frosting recipes make baking extra fun and delicious.
Hershey’s chocolate syrup is vegan. It is essentially chocolate-flavored high fructose corn syrup. It is gooey and thick, making it perfect for making buttercream frosting. Hershey’s chocolate is perfect for vegan buttercream frosting.
All you need for Vegan Chocolate Frosting Recipe is 3 cups powdered sugar, 1 cup chocolate syrup, 1 tsp vanilla syrup, and 2 cups vegetable shortening. Crisco has vegetable shortening next to the regular kind.
In a large mixing bowl combine Hershey’s chocolate syrup, vanilla extract and powdered sugar. Then use a hand held electric mixer to blend. Start on LOW until sugar is completely dissolved. (This is to avoid powdered sugar explosion!) Your chocolate buttercream frostingis almost done.
Sometimes I have to use a large spoon to scrap up chocolate/powdered sugar from the bottom of the bowl. Then blend one more time until thick and fluffy.
Talking about vegan chocolate frosting is making me hungry. Now I have a big chocolate craving! I’m going to go search the kitchen for something yummy.
This Vegan Milk Chocolate Buttercream Frosting is easy and yummy!
In a large mixing bowl combine Hershey’s chocolate syrup, vanilla extract and powdered sugar.
Use an electric mixer to blend on LOW until sugar is completely dissolved. (This is to avoid powdered sugar explosion!)
Then add vegetable shortening. Blend on medium then high until texture is very fluffy.
Sometimes I have to use a large spoon to scrap up chocolate/powdered sugar from the bottom of the bowl and blend one more time.