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Can You decorate cookies with royal icing?
You can decorate any cookies with Royal Icing, but you do want to select a recipe with minimal spread, and most importantly one that does not rise. If you have a dome-shaped cookie, the flood royal icing will run off and not spread evenly. Check out my no-spread Sugar Cookie Cut Out Recipe!
How do you make royal icing?
There are a few different recipes you can follow to make Royal Icing. Some contain egg whites, some powdered egg whites, and some meringue powder. My experience is with making royal icing using meringue powder, so I am going to focus on this method. My royal icing recipe consists of confectioners sugar, meringue powder, and water.
How much confectioner’s sugar do you use for royal icing?
My royal icing recipe consists of confectioners sugar, meringue powder, and water. For every one cup of confectioner’s sugar, I use approximately + tablespoon of meringue powder, and water to consistency.
What are the different types of royal icing?
There are three main types of royal icing piping consistencies that will help you achieve most designs: Flood, Medium, and Stiff. Flood is the thinnest consistency you will use to fill in the base layer of your cookies. It spreads easily to give your cookie a nice flat canvas to work off of.