Simple Cookie Glaze
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Simple Cookie Glaze
I love using royal icing glaze. My question is will it stand up to the 90 degree heat in Florida this coming June. I offered to make cookies for a 90th birthday party and have a concern the using will be affect
Recipes adapted from : mccormick.com
- Food coloring, optional
- 2 tablespoons (35g) light corn syrup or honey
- 1 to 2 tablespoons (14 to 28 g) milk
- 2 1/4 cups (255g) confectioners' sugar, sifted
- Frist Mix all of the ingredients together. Stir until smooth; a fork works fine.
- The glaze should be thick, but soft enough to "settle" when you spread it. If the glaze is too thick, dribble in another teaspoon of milk, 1/2 teaspoon at a time.
- Then Glaze one cookie and set it aside briefly. The glaze won't be perfectly smooth when you apply it, but should settle into a smooth surface within half a minute or so.
- Next Has the glaze settled into a smooth surface? If so, it's the right consistency. Remember, it's easier to add more liquid than to stir in more sugar, so start with a glaze that's thicker than you think it should be, then add milk little by little to adjust the consistency.
- Then Add food color, if you like; gel paste food colors are preferable, as they yield vibrant color, and don't alter the liquid/sugar ratio as regular food colors might.
- Enjoy It !