Thermomix ricotta frosting

Thermomix recipe 100% made in Italy for ricotta frosting
Frosting Ricotta e philadelphia Bimby
Frosting Ricotta e philadelphia Bimby

Embrace the creamy delight of Thermomix Ricotta Frosting, a versatile and lusciously smooth frosting perfect for elevating cakes, cupcakes, and desserts.

Ricotta frosting is a wonderfully soft and creamy topping made primarily from ricotta cheese. It offers a lighter alternative to traditional buttercreams and melds beautifully with a variety of desserts. It’s particularly popular in Italian baking, shining on pastries, cakes, and even as a filling in layered desserts. The addition of ricotta provides a moist texture and a rich flavor that complements both sweet and tangy ingredients.

To achieve the dreamy softness of perfect ricotta frosting, here are some tricks:

  • Strain the Ricotta: Ensure that your ricotta is thoroughly strained to remove excess moisture, preventing your frosting from becoming too runny.
  • Blend Until Smooth: Utilize your Thermomix to blend the ricotta until it is completely smooth, enhancing the texture of your frosting.
  • Opt for Full-fat Ricotta: Choose full-fat ricotta for richer and creamier results.
  • Gentle Mixing: After blending the ricotta, gently fold in additional ingredients like powdered sugar or flavorings to maintain the airy texture.

Alongside ricotta frosting, explore these delectable frosting options to diversify your dessert repertoire:

With the Thermomix, creating these versatile frostings becomes effortless, letting you enjoy more time decorating and less time preparing. Whether you’re dressing up a simple homemade cake or crafting an elaborate dessert, the Thermomix and these recipes ensure a delightful finish every time.

I leave you with the recipe for the Thermomix Ricotta frosting.

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Thermomix ricotta frosting

Course Dessert
Cuisine Italian
Servings 5


  • 150 gr cream cheese (philadephia type)*
  • 150 gr ricotta cheese*
  • 6 tbsp powdered sugar
  • food coloring enough (optional)


  1. Place the butterfly in the clean bowl and add the spreadable cheese and ricotta, icing sugar and coloring last (optional), whisk: 1 min speed. 3.

  2. Then refrigerate in a bowl covered with plastic wrap for 30 minutes.

  3. Garnish the cupcakes with a spatula or a pastry bag and serve… Buon appetito!

Recipe Notes

*For those intolerant to dairy products, use ricotta and lactose-free spreadable cheese.

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