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    So frosting are hard as you cannot use butter or cream cheese. My question is what about a cooked butter icing. I have a brown butter icing and you cook the butter for a few minutes before adding a lot of sugar. Is it usable or still not because of the butter? Just curious if anyone would know


    David Crabill

    I’m not aware of a restriction against buttercream in Michigan. I just re-checked the ag dept’s official page and don’t see anything there prohibiting it. It’s correct that you can’t use cream cheese in frosting. If you could point me to where you’re seeing that buttercream is disallowed, that would be helpful. If it were in-fact not allowed, then I don’t think it would make a difference to use a cooked butter icing.

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